Just a few days ago, on Feb. 14, 2020, I went for a short walk and started to wonder just how far away Galaxy GNz11 was from my living room couch. I was actually trying to work out a problem of my own making, and hoped thinking about something else would help.
We’ve all done it. Our bodies do something we haven’t seen them do before, and we rush to the internet for answers. We type out our problems in excruciating detail or do the 900 steps of the WebMD online symptom checker, and we trust the internet to tell us what’s going on. After all, the internet doesn’t lie! At the end, we all get the same answer: we have cancer, we’re pregnant, or we’re already dead.
I had no intention of writing more on this subject when I finished last week’s article, but several questions were raised by a friend of mine about ballistic gel test. The standard way of testing a round’s bullet is chronograph and ballistic gel.
If you put on your best pair of walking shoes tomorrow morning and walked one mile every day for a year, you’d be in Memphis by next February, which isn’t very far at all, but I hear Graceland is worth visiting at least once, even if it’s just to say you’ve been.
Everyone has pet peeves – the actions, statements, and just general inconveniences that drive us crazy. Every list is different in content and length, but everyone has at least one. I won’t force you to read my entire list, but here are some big ones in no particular order.