Columbus Airport Marriott
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Headed to CMH then to San Juan, Puerto Rico. It's way too early. So glad packing is done!! I was actually ready on time. Tony left phone in SUV - noticed it as soon as we left in the shuttle. It wouldn't be a trip without something absentminded happening. And hello, first class :). I can have more than one snack.
Scheduled for departure on 8/8/14 and this time we're off to Prague to begin our first visit to the more eastern reaches of Europe.
Hopefully, I'll have a little more time to share our explorations with you here. For now, it's time to dive into packing!
... as a person and his musical career it is worth the watch.
The next day I tootled off to the IRS to find that I don't qualify for an ITIN due to the fact that my fellowship is not provided by the Uni that I am attending. Oh well...then I went to Social Security to be told that if I wanted a SSN I needed to work. Hm...I don't want to work and don't need to work. Why should I take a job that someone else needs? Being on an F1 visa ...
... a Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, which I flew in flight school, as well other planes like P-51 Mustangs, DeHavilland DH-5 Buffaloes, countless T-28s and T-34s, and a variety of the more common military trainers.One of the most impressive planes was a Curtis Jenny that was "naked" (not covered), which showed its beautiful woodwork and metal fixtures.
After making the rounds of the Warbirds, I took Alex for a decent lunch in the Warbird ...
Listening to audio book #1 "Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain." Here's an excerpt…. “Vision appears effortless and accurate while our ears act as microphones recording our experience of the world. 1/3 of the human brain is devoted to vision. Consciousness gives us a summary. How often do our visual systems get it wrong? What if all vision is an illusion? … Rather a construction by the manner ...