by John Galt September 16, 2017 08:55 ET Finally, my internet is restored. I’ll have a lot to write about and a report on what survival gear worked and what sucked. First, time to restock the home. Thanks for all the kind messages and emails and pray for the people in the Florida Keys and Caribbean Islands who got this storm a lot worse than we did.
by John Galt September 9, 2017 19:00 ET Screw this, as half of my favorite sailing destinations were wiped out by this bitch Irma too so I’m stuck with this insanity! When I get power and cell service again, I’ll let you know how it was when the eye passes over if the forecast verifies.
by John Galt September 8, 2017 23:00 ET No comment necessary.
by John Galt September 7, 2017 21:30 ET Just ugh. I’ll try to drive over and take a picture of Siesta Key before the storm and afterwards.
by John Galt September 3, 2017 07:35 ET The photograph displayed above was widely circulated throughout the international media as North Korean State TV (KCNA) claimed that this was their leader, Kim Jong Un inspecting a working hydrogen bomb which could be mounted on an ICBM. Apparently there is some validity to this claim this morning as highlighted by South Korea’s Yonhap News a few hours ago: N. Korea claims successful test of H-bomb for ICBM (excerpted) SEOUL, Sept. 3 (Yonhap) — North Korea said Sunday that it has successfully conducted…
by John Galt September 3, 2017 00:30 ET Effective immediately the rules have changed. Earlier today, the North Korean government claims they have developed a miniaturized hydrogen bomb which could be mounted on its missiles and used to attack U.S. targets and interests. From Yonhap News in South Korea: N.K. claims development of hydrogen bomb for ICBM North Korea claimed Sunday it has developed a hydrogen bomb that can be mounted on its new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), saying that it can produce as many powerful nuclear weapons as it wants….