Monthly Archives: December 2014

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Found, but Questions Remain Unanswered

This past Sunday when I first wrote about AirAsia QZ8501, the plane hadn’t been found, and the article was, I’ll admit, a bit of a knee-jerk reaction.  After all, it was still the same day the flight disappeared, and I’m sure finding an airliner that’s gone down in the sea is no easy task.  Especially […]

Another Missing Airliner From Malaysia

This morning, yet another Malaysia-based commercial airliner went missing.  AirAsia flight QZ8501 disappeared from radar screens at 06:24 or 07:24 local time (reports differ, and information still seems sketchy) this morning over the Java Sea during its flight from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore.  The plane was an Airbus A320-200 with 162 people aboard.  AirAsia is […]

Trails in the Sky: Contrails or Chemtrails?

I must admit that back in the nineties, I listened to Art Bell quite a bit on the radio.  He did a nightly talk show called Coast to Coast AM, which started at midnight and continued for hours, until about 5 AM if memory serves.  This was no problem for me because I was working […]

The St. Louis Rams Acted Irresponsibly

With all the brouhaha and general unrest that followed last week’s St. Louis County grand jury announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson won’t be indicted for the shooting death of Michael Brown, the St. Louis Rams have stirred up even more controversy.  During Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders, five of the Rams appeared […]