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Weekend 488.2

Went to Mass at St. George’s Cathedral in Southwark. It was the first Roman Catholic Cathedral in London since the Reformation. It was also severely damaged in WWII by an incendiary bomb and visited by his Holiness Pope John Paul II in 1982. The outside of the cathedral is very modest whilst the interior is […]

Weekend 488.1

(1) Brompton warns of price increases in midst of production scale up (Bike Europe) (1a) The entire world is ‘awash in a sea of debt’ (YouTube) (2) The Mendacity of Joe Biden and the Ruling Elites (American Thinker) “The ruling elites in their headfirst dash to transform the culture have aligned themselves with the radical […]

Weekend 488.0

(1) French President Emmanuel Macron Visits Notre Dame Cathedral, Two Years After Devastating Fire (YouTube) (2) Easter sermon from Father Neil at St. John’s

Weekend 487.1

(1) Viacom/CBS, Inc. (NASDAQ:VIAC), a publicly traded company, goes full commie. Does anyone remember MomCorp from Futurama? >>> The Star Trek Communist Hopes Star Trek Can Inspire A Real Revolution (1a) ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish’s Pay Rises to $39 Million in 2020 (Hollywood Reporter) (1b) Viacom Stock Is A Bargain Pullback Opportunity (Investing.com)

Weekend 487.0 (XK-120)

(1) Let’s play 2400 A.D., a futuristic Ultima-like!

Weekend 486.3

“Eyes like starlight through the darkness…” A couple of days of walking and biking is like this song from Howard Jones beginning at 2:30. (1) The Four Seasons: Summer by James Thomson Heavens! what a goodly prospect spreads around,Of hills, and dales, and woods, and lawns, and spires,And glittering towns, and gilded streams, till allThe […]

Weekend 486.2 (LETSGO)

(1) I’m replaying 2400 AD by Chuck “Chuckles” Bueche. I’m using a IIe emulator called AppleWin ( You can find the ROM Images on sites like ftp.apple.asimov.net. (1a) Matt Chat 241: Chuck “Chuckles” Bueche on 2400 AD (YouTube) Archived Content(569A) Robots, robots, robots… (11.27.07)(4E6B) That’s not Bender (11.29.07)(6CA5) Robot Mugshot (12.30.07)

Weekend 486.1 (A Tale of Two Cities)

My morning ride was to central London (the area around Old Street) whilst my afternoon ride included the bucolic streets of Ham and the hills of Richmond Park. There’s a German Delicatessen (Hansel and Pretzel) on my afternoon route that’s excellent. I also had lunch at Stein’s (bratwurst) and was last there with the Orange/Blue […]

Easter 2021 (Born to see; meant to look)

I’ve been thinking about Pontius Pilate, the Centurion, and Joseph of Arimathea since Palm Sunday. I’ve written about Pilate before and think he’s one of the most tragic figures in the New Testament. The Centurion, as far as I know, doesn’t have a name but is included in all three Gospels. Joseph of Arimathea was […]

Weekend 485.0

(1) A quote from How to Be Like Walt: Capturing the Disney Magic Every Day of your Life by Pat Williams with Jim Denney: “Walt Disney was a walking paradox. He was probably the greatest nostalgist who ever lived—a man who treasured and revered the past. He spent millions recreating the Main Street of his boyhood, the […]

Weekend 484.1

(1) Feeling the strain: stress and anxiety weigh on world’s workers (Financial Times) (1a) Biden sleepwalks into a stagflation nightmare (Asia Times) (2) Brompton Bicycle “I’m getting on” by Antidote (Campaign) (2a) Barcelona Brompton Folding Bike (3) Renovations (According to Hoyt) “Which is why mostly they live in ruins and grub in dirt and talk […]

Weekend 484.0 [(Art)ifact]

This weekend post is all-over the place but IF you ever read my profile on Flickr it makes perfect sense. It’s been ALMOST one year since I finished KH3 (March 14, 2020). My brother is still playing so I’ve been digging through the archives to help. Whilst scrounging around the archives I tweaked KH3 FINAL […]

Weekend 483.0

(1) Tyburn Tree and Speakers Corner (Historic UK) (2) A Stained Character? Nick Thorne roots out the hidden past of an expert on stained glass windows (Genealogy Reviews)

Weekend 482.3 (3rd Sunday of Lent)

Mass at St. Margaret’s and then a mini-pilgrimage to the Tyburn Convent for Adoration. The Tyburn Nuns are Benedictine Adorers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Montmartre. The Tyburn Convent is located at the famous site of the martyrdom of more than 100 Catholic Reformation Martyrs. The monument near the entrance of the Tyburn […]

Weekend 482.2

I have a couple of unfinished posts (one about Long Island and the other about Walt Disney). In regards to the latter, the scan is an animated still from Disneyland Goes to the Fair (Aired on May 17, 1964). I’ve also added a photo of Walt (from the same program) to Weekend 473.1. I’m posting […]