Summertime Chlorine Blues
When I was a kid, and in particular that age period between when you start hating to go to school up until I discovered that both guitars and the opposite gender were nice and shapely; going swimming in the summer was about the best thing this side of Christmas morning.
August 05, 2022
Kung Pao Chicken Little
Some of those that know me know that I like to cook. When the weather starts to get cooler, I like to delve into more spicy dishes and one of my favorites is Kung Pao Chicken. The recipe I use calls for real Szechuan peppercorns and Ancho chillies - I splurge for the real things and it does make a difference.
December 22, 2021
Late in August of 2001, I was bouncing between a couple of job sites in New Jersey - one in Secaucus and the other in Dayton. Getting between these two places required the unsavory activity of automobile jousting that is also known as trying to drive the Jersey Turnpike (i.e. No matter how fast you are driving, the person behind you is on your
October 06, 2021
Of Biblical Proportions
As of late, I have been taking a hands-on approach in working directly with the content on our website at PULSEROLLER.com. In particular, I have been charged with keeping the technical documentation accurate, up-to-date, and properly formatted for the “look and feel” of our PULSEROLLER brand.
June 30, 2021
All Good Things...
There is a saying that “all good things must come to an end”. For some things it is too soon and for others, not soon enough. For the “too soon” category, I can think of my favorite bottle of wine, a Phish concert, or heck even the series finale for StarTrek TNG (two part episode of the same name “All Good Things…”) which by the way
March 22, 2021
Looking back on my childhood, sometimes I think it is a wonder some of us survived. My mother had 5 children and worked full time as a nurse. Understandably, after a hard day at the hospital, she often tended to be a bit lax on keeping constant tabs on all 5 of us. I can hear her now shouting out into the back yard or into the basement where
October 01, 2020