On November 25, 2016, a man died. And a city celebrated. Not because he lived, but because he was gone. Miami erupted and cheered the news of the death of Fidel Castro. A celebration lasting throughout the early hours and the next day roared in Little Havana. And I was in the middle of it, taking photos, trying to understand what everyone was feeling.
Disasters, both man-made and from Mother Nature. You can’t avoid them. It’s what you do with them that matters. Todays word, dear children, is brought to you by the letter ‘R’. This is the story of WorldCom / UUNET and what the fraud and eventual implosion did to those of us inside the grenade. We […]
Hong Kong Police Misunderstanding … On my way to Bangkok Thailand, my travel companion and I had to change planes in Hong Kong. No big deal, you would think. But sometimes one gets pulled aside for a tad more inspection. And it was my turn. They led me to a room with a raised box […]
Florida Man in all his glory! A new segment called “What The %$@# NEWS” investigates this hopeful and carefree individual. You’re simply NOT going to believe some of these. All that, plus some other random VLOGish type of filler. 🙂 SII-EII x