Short cloudy blogburst

I'm now officially on the road, having stopped in LA to help an artist with a kiln problem.

Being wIthout Internet access where I'm staying, I decided to check email at a local place called the Lyric Cafe, on Hyperion and Lyric. (Good coffee.)

I'm just lucky as hell that M. Simon has been blogging up a storm during my extended absence, especially about important issues, such as Polywell fusion and the lack of funding therefor by the Obama administration.

I'm hoping that when -- and if -- I finally get home I'll get back to something like a normal life.

Sheesh. Now it's starting to look like rain, and I'm sitting here blogging outdoors!


MORE: Commenter Montag asks an irresistible question:

I was reading about fusion and stopped here.
May I ask which Classical Values you are talking about?
Let's see...

An unlimited supply of virtually free powerand, free heat would certainly be a Vulcan Value. Hope that's classical enough!

Vulcan had some pretty wild sons, BTW....

posted by Eric on 02.11.09 at 06:56 PM










Comments

One must admire you for your timing. :)

A few days back the host of a local morning radio show mentioned the downpour he was getting inland, while down hill he could see the community of La Jolla enjoying bright sunshine. Need a change in precipitation? Walk a block or two.

Alan Kellogg   ·  February 11, 2009 9:14 PM

I'm sure polywell fusion is all well and good, but those kinds of subjects just make my eyes glaze over. As a fellow pitbull owner, I miss Coco pics and your style of writing and perspective. It'll be nice to have you back soon.

Melissa   ·  February 11, 2009 9:22 PM

I was reading about fusion and stopped here.
May I ask which Classical Values you are talking about?

Montag   ·  February 12, 2009 3:38 AM

Eric,

I miss your writing so much. The blog is not the same without you.

M. Simon   ·  February 12, 2009 4:21 PM

awwwww Hey! Get a room you two! ;) Or at least a blog!

Eric, it will be WONDERFUL to have you home again. But Simon? No "exhaustion vacation" for you! Ya hear me, friend?

Penny   ·  February 12, 2009 6:53 PM

Vulcan is interesting.
He was Hephaestos in Greek legend. In the Iliad, when Hephaestos is forging a new shield for Achilles, he is attended by metal female robots - gold if I recall - and self-propelled tripods!

I have never had an satisfactory explanation of this bit of poetry from 3,000 years ago.

Montag   ·  February 20, 2009 7:32 PM

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