Nov 15, 2013 at 19:56:45
“Try searching using #magictrainworld . You can see how this works to direct you to my model railroad website created using Google's free blogger service. That service now supports hashtags. You simply put them into your posts.
I also used #softwarequality and #congressquestions to lead people to my website that shows what questions a true systems development professional would be asking about the struggling web fixes. It takes about 24 hours for Google to process these hashtags so that they show up in searches.
Lee Scott, founder of Scott Creative and Technical Services, Greencastle, PA”
fizzed on Nov 16, 2013 at 03:24:21
“60 years old with two science PHDs, I'm struggling to grasp the global concept, even to understand why so many enjoy Twitter. Maybe you need to be social, to appreciate social media? I loved Ham Radio for years until I was 10 and Morse code became obsolete. Easily talking to people took the fun out of it for me.”
“My credentials and experience qualify me to educate Congress and the public on how to manage complex computer systems projects. See my new website, OBAMACARE WEBSITE COMPUTER SOFTWARE FAILURE ANALYSIS GUIDE www.swqualitymanagement.blogspot.com. It contains many of the questions that congress SHOULD be asking about the Obamacare project. They lack the knowledge of software testing and quality management to get at the real issues.
Leighton Scott, former head of software quality for the Strategic Systems Department of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and software engineering researcher at the National Security Agency.”
“You better believe this would not have been a problem in MY household if I had kids here. There is NO cable/satellite TV, so no MTV. And even some show on network TV are censored. Don't blame the media- become a responsible parent!!!!!”
“Check out "Museum of the Mind" by Scott Leighton (Amazon). It is the story of a devoted father whose life is thrown into disarray after he is falsely accused of sexual harassment 20 years ago in Baltimore. The book describes in very descriptive detail how he starts a journey to reinvent himself after his wife has an affair with her fitness instructor and to discover that sexually works for him. Plus, the novel has great descriptions of the Baltimore singles scene and many famous landmarks, including the Inner Harbor. It is also a terrific love story that has brought some readers to tears at the ending.”
“Hope the University loses on this one. Boy have English classes changed. I wonder what my old English teacher would have thought of my racy novel, Museum of the Mind, by Scott Leighton, that essentially pushes the boundaries of soft porn in an attempt to realistically tell what men feel in today's society when around women of a variety of ages? Some of my liberated women friends in this conservative part of PA love it and have gone on to 50 Shades.
“Time for bipartisan strategic planning to move coastal communities away from the rising oceans. Extreme weather events and global warming are for real folks!”
ExNASALee on Dec 1, 2012 at 18:23:01
“See my blog, www.palifenow.blogspot.com for links and thoughts on all sorts of important topics. Glad you liked my post here.
GJR227 on Oct 31, 2012 at 12:18:13
“True enough ... but bipartisan strategic planning is a thing of the past in our Country.”
deindorfer on Oct 31, 2012 at 12:03:00
“It's been time for bipartisan planning to deal with the destruction of the environment for 60 years. Fossil Fuel was first identified as a National Security threat by ( wait for it ) the FDR Administration.
Problem is the big money doesn't want to play.. I wonder how many patents the are seriously sitting on that could have a renewable grid up in five to ten years.. Stuff Tesla came up with 100 years ago, for only one tiny example.
Fossil Fuel plays into the Capitalist model of scarcity perfectly. In Capitalism, you have to be extracting something ( hopefully very rare ) from the Earth and then selling it at a profit. DeBeers destroys over half of its jewlery-grade diamonds each year. Sustainability and Capitalism are mutual exclusives.
Any sane, context neutral person looking at the lengths they are going to to drill for oil in the Arctic Ocean would call that insanity; knowing full well we are standing on a gigantic electromagnet capable of providing enough electricity free forever.”
“"Containable?" Sorry to disagree- there is a simple fact of economics- you can't live on borrowed money forever! Homeowners were borrowing, states were borrowing, and so were the Feds. What is true is that the toxic mortgage mess was a pile of kindling and the run-away RE speculation was the fuel that once the bubble burst, ignited this big mess. See my blog, www.d-daydems.blogspot.com for 4 very useful and clear charts that show the relative contributions to the deficit of the wars, the tax cuts, and the main government spending areas. Then make up your mind about this article.
Lee Scott, National Coordinator, D-Day Democrats, Greencastle, PA”
Matt51 on Jul 27, 2011 at 20:16:17
“Housing should not have collapsed. This is a replay of 1929. You suck all the oxygen out of the atmosphere - take away all the money from the middle classes - and you get a deflation. People can no longer afford to buy goods. The only way to solve our current depression is to get more cash in the hands of the masses.”
“It's time for society to "grow up" and realize that people of the same sex can form loving bonds that contribute to a stable society. In fact, why not have "domestic partnerships" as legal entities just like "business partnerships" with say a maximum of 5 adults who can share a household, visit each other in hospitals, and form a "more perfect union". This would help save housing costs, limit need for social support services, and save energy as well! Fix the tax laws to recognize these extended family groups, and then let governments stay the heck out of the "marriage" business. If some churches who still preach about a "tooth fairy" god and take ancient wording from the Bible to justify only performing one man/one woman marriages, fine. Let them take the public's money, have feel-good ceremonies, and preserve marriage traditions as we know them. We need a diverse culture, and I want EVERYONE to have maximum freedom to love and be loved. I think Jesus would agree.”
“We have too many people in politics trying to push "intelligent design" teaching into our schools. I'm glad Miss California had the courage, brains, and education to stand up for what is right! As a former NASA space physicist, I actually understand probability and logarithms (that is math folks). Unless YOU do, you really can't understand how very reasonable evolution theory is. And the universe was NOT created in 6 days either. Remember news stands where all the magazines and newspapers were on display? See my new web news stand for links to the best in consumer, political, and environmental issues. So easy to use and growing fast in popularity. www.d-dems.blogspot.com.”
Parkimedes on Jun 22, 2011 at 14:38:54
“Oops, nevermind; she is the one featured in the video. From the article, I assumed she was the one from Massachusetts, since California isn't mentioned.”
“Soooo, should these fine young female future voters be able to get easy abortions or win date rape convictions when they put themselves at extreme risk of pregnancy by excess drinking?
Follow the latest on abortion debate and on health issues at www.d-daydems.blogspot.com, the new consumer/voter super page with all the great news sources!”
“Our new D-day Democrats webpage has a focus on not only quality news sources like the Huffington Post, but also a page for consumer issues. The American food processed food industry misrepresents products all the time and consumers need to practice "buy beware".
We agree the health costs from using these products is HUGE. See www.d-daydems.blogspot.com for more useful information and links on consumer issues. We desperately need to change our dysfunctional government. Lee Scott, National Coordinator”