Category Archives: Brilliance and Simplicity

Of Boobs And Glasses

The world has achieved another first. A new plateau on our superlative modern technologically advanced society has been reached. As an Adaptive Curmudgeon, I couldn’t be happier! Continue reading

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I Appreciate Modern Miracles

This weekend I managed to snatch a few minutes from my schedule and I fired up those favored mission critical homestead tools. Viola. Fresh healthy bread. Wonderbread can kiss my ass! Continue reading

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Crusader Product Inhibition: Part II: Adaptive Eyewear

There’s a link for donations but they’re not for sale at any price. That’s horrible… Continue reading

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It’s Just A Phone

It’s no secret that I dislike “smart phones”.  (I also hate cell phones that spy on me, landline phone designs that screw me, and companies that merit a special place in hell.)  Honestly, what is it about telephones that brings … Continue reading

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I Pine For A “New” Osborne

Mostly Cajun had a post about the 30th anniversary of the Osborne. The Osborne was a clunky dog made with technology that just wasn’t ready. Sadly, it’s unique design has was relegated to the scrapheap of rejected ideas. I never … Continue reading

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Manly Logging Stuff!

Behold the mighty device which I have acquired! That’s a 48″ Timberjack.  Or as I like to call it; “Thor’s Pincers Of Amageddon”.  I have a desire to carry it around on Halloween or weld it to my truck’s hood.  … Continue reading

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A Belated Acknowledgement Of An Elegant Device

My old truck has a superb user interface. The headlight switch is big, obvious, and not surprisingly labeled “headlight”. When I flip it “on”, the lights go on. When I flip it “off”, the lights go off.  If you leave … Continue reading

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