Thursday, October 30, 2014

friday fragment breakthrough

Break through what? A digital ceiling? My creaky floor? My aching back?

I suppose a fragment implies breaking something. Often we just need to put the brakes on and slow down. Ease on over to Mrs. 4444’s blog for more Friday Fragment posts.

bad breakdown

The blog, Cup on the Bus, written by a sock aficionado recently posted a socking story. In the post she mentions her sister's theory of a universe of missing objects. I should investigate this missing object theory. I always wanted to publish a theory. There could be grant money from the government.

White House fence jumping (very different than crazy pogo backflips shown above) - hey this craziness should not become another extreme sport for thrill seeking disturbed people. Let’s hope it stops before someone is killed.

On the subject of dangerous, we were reminded this week that rocket stuff is still very dangerous. Things tend to break with a bang.  Remember the two space shuttle disasters? Did you see the news of the rocket explosion this week? No injuries since it was an unmanned resupply mission to the space station. Orbital Sciences Corp’s Antares rocket failed seconds after liftoff. The video clip reminds me why it’s prudent to watch a safe distance away from the launchpad.

It was reported the next day that the company used refurbished old Russian rocket engines.  Low priced stuff is not always a bargain!

For all you non-morning people - you might have missed daybreak but don’t be bothered, take a break, or make a break for it. (Why don’t we use the word nightbreak as often as daybreak?)

Does a breakdown lead to a breakthrough or vice versa? It was not planned ahead of time, but somehow a theme of breakdown, breakups and breaks formed in this post. Enjoy a listen to Jack Johnson’s Breakdown song:

My favorite part:

And I got no time
That I got to get to
Where I don't need to be

Oh and be sure to check out the other FF posts over at Mrs. 4444's blog.

Half-Past Kissin' Time

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