• Word of the day: exhausted

    Nuff said

  • Word of the Day: lockdown

    Presented without comment:

  • Word of the Day: Silver

    Blue Horseshoe loves silver

  • Word of the Day: Short Sale


  • Word of the Day: Establishment

    People shouldn’t be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people.

    - Alan Moore, V for Vendetta

    P.S. - I am probably on some watch list now. So it goes…


  • Word of the Day: chresmomancy

    “predicting the future by examinaing the ravings of lunatics”

    Its a perfect word to describe today’s hyperbolic environment


  • Word of the Day: Joy

  • Word of the Day: Sikkim

    Border clashes between 2 superpowers should always make the WOD


  • Word of the Day: Overcast

    It has been an unusual Winter in Florida. Very overcast. Dreary. Florida is known for its sun. But it is nowhere to be found lately.

  • Word of the Day: absence

  • Word of the Day: Sphinx

    Ran into one of these beauties in the mountain of Colorado. To be honest, I thought it was a hummingbird at first. Flew and looked like one. But the attennae gave it away when I got closer. Wonderful to watch. Hope to see more

  • Word of the Day: Unity

  • Word of the Day: Transition

    What stared with John Adams and the election of 1800 has keep going, with a few bumps here and there, for 220 years and counting. Lets’ keep it going.

    Congratulations and Good luck, President Biden. Fair winds and following seas, President Trump.

  • Word of the Day: Castro

    I love podcasts. Once you start listening, you can’t stop. But then the next problem hits: how to mange.

    Castro is supposed to make it easy. At least that is what I was told. I didn’t buy it though.

    To be honest, I didn’t get it. I’ve had Castro for about four months, but did not understand how it worked. So, for the new year, I vowed to figure it out.

    The key is watching the YouTube videos by the creators explaining how to automate the podcast flow.

    Brilliant !!!

    Castro has an innovative three step funnel to managing your podcasts.

    First, you search and subscribe to your podcast. Once done, all future episodes go to the inbox. From the inbox you can send them to your queue to be played next (too or bottom of queue) or put them back into the reference library.

    It all works quite well and seamlessly. Can all be done with one hand on your phone. This morning I processed the 2453 podcasts in my inbox and now I’m down to just a couple hundred in my queue.

    So I better get busy listening.

  • Word of the Day: King

  • Word of the Day: Birman

  • Word of the day: Sunrise

  • Word of the day: stimulus

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