Lessons from the permanent nature of fleeting thoughts
|The Old Dutch Church in Uptown Kingston.|
So I just take a photo every time I get the chance.
But not even fixtures are permanent. That's one lesson an 8-year-old boy got when a newspaper changed his favorite comics. He did not take it well.
Another lesson: Do not take things literally.
Provocative @cjr essay on plagiarism w @stevebuttry @JulieWestfall & gene http://t.co/1jlyhd1RW1 Also, taking this pic.twitter.com/tkxEm36bhD
— Ivan Lajara (@ivanlajara) March 2, 2015
As you know from that episode, not everything is what it seems like:
Remarkable photo captures woodpecker flying with weasel on its back in Essex park http://t.co/EH8oK5WGP4 pic.twitter.com/jRoP8Km5sa
— ITV News (@itvnews) March 2, 2015
* That fire training tower plan in Saugerties, in plans for four years, is still in its planning stage.
* There will be snow. And if you're reading this on Wednesday, you're doing it wrong.
* Surely, one day, the Catskill Mountain Railroad Commenters will run out of things to post. Today is not one of those days. They are perched on two letters, actually, like a weasel on a flying woodpecker.
* Today's Water Main Break is brought to you by Winter.
Yesterday's Internet, Today! starts with a Google Glass photo and perhaps a story behind it. Then it gives you the links I found interesting the day before or in the morning. You also get four stories trending (that are not depressing) from the Freeman while I was writing this this and you also get a cat.