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Eating lunch.

Lunch buffet.

Break finished, ate lunch, ready to go again.


Loaded next load here.


Stopped to eat.

Eating lunch after picking next load up at Portland, Maine on my way to deliver to Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

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Ron Stroope Recorded A Conversation With Me…

Ron Stroope recorded a conversation with me earlier this evening. Here’s the link to the MP3 file:

Listener JT’s Photo Gallery…

Listener to my audio podcast JT put up a very cool photo gallery of many of his portfolios. Here’s the link to JT’s photo gallery:

Amazing Buffalo Vs. Lions Video…

This is an amazing video of buffalo versus lions.

BBC MP3 Link…

Here’s the link to the MP3 file of the BBC “Blogs and Pods” show I was interviewed on last night:

Here’s the very first “Daily Source Code” with Adam Curry — wow does this bring back memories!!!!

Interviewed On BBC Radio 5…

I was interviewed for about 10 minutes this evening on BBC Radio 5. They called me at 8:25 PM Central time and talked with me live on the air for about 10 minutes.

Here are the links to the show’s blog and podcast sites:

Blog: Podcast:

My Nephew’s Video Podcast…

My nephew started a video podcast at:

You can get directly to the files at:

Minnesota I-35W Bridge Collapse & Bureaucracy …

The evidence that bureaucracy is endlessly inefficient and bumbling is always right in front of our noses. The Minnesota I-35W bridge collapse is a dramatic example of how governmental bureaucratic organizations always fail.

The Minnesota I-35W bridge was built back in 1967, making the bridge 40 years old. When the bridge was inspected back in […]