I'm not a program.
But what if I’m just programmed to think that…?
And who am I?
That’s one secret I’ll never tell… You know you love me. xoxo.
Really though, I think that question is one that never has a definite answer. We’re always experiencing new things every day, and new experiences continue to teach us and help us grow—if we’re strong enough to listen.
The boring answer is that I’m a military veteran and alumnus of Utah State University (go, Eggies!). The more complicated answer is a lot longer.
I’ve had the privilege of traveling to some pretty amazing places (and taking some pretty cool pictures) here on old Mother Earth. There are way too many to go through, but here are just a few of my favorites from recent-ish days:
Right next to Robert Smithson's earthwork Spiral Jetty (1970). Located at Rozel Point peninsula on the northeastern shore of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. It felt like flying. Without wings. So, I guess it didn’t really feel like flying at all, but it was amazing.
Monterey, CA. This scene happened by complete chance, but it’s one of my favorite photos. It reminds me that no matter where we are, no matter when we are, the two most important factors are the people and the relationships around us. People make or break a society, and the more we understand and care for one another the better off we’ll all be—including the earth.
Cache Valley, UT. Let’s keep the snow cold.
And on that note… this is important. Let’s take it seriously:
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Answer to "Installing SSD in 20" iMac (mid 2007)"Hi georgeskazan, You'll get a lot of results from an online search for a 500GB SSD. Personally, I lean towards larger capacities whenever possible. I hate running out of space. It looks like you may need an adapter for your SSD depending on the drive you decide on. Check out this thread for some helpful reference material: Installing SSD in iMac Mid 2007
Answer to "Bike will turn over but not start"Extreme temperatures will have a pretty dramatic impact on batteries. Be sure you give your bike a good charge and try it again. I've had to replace my motorcycle battery a few times over the years, especially after winter. Alternatively, you can jump-start your bike if you find a nice slope, put the bike in second gear, engage the clutch, push/walk it down the slope and dump the clutch after you get some good rolling speed. Your bike should sputter back to life, but once you stop you'll be in the same situation again. Charge her up!