Jay C. Wood
Copyright 2013 -- 2017
(Please contact me first before using anything here.)
12 Apr 2013
Gun Control: Those who are really serious about gun
control are proposing the repeal of the Second
Amendment; all others are just blowing their own
horn saying, "Look and listen to me! And send me
money!" (Wonder how much hate email I will get for
12 Apr 2013
For my dissertation about MARRIAGE click here or
go to "Opinions" then click on "A Dissertation on
Marriage" and read about the three aspects of
marriage. (More hate email!)
"Computer programs are never completed just abandoned."
Computers are temporary devices!
Being a retired SeaBee, I have the utmost respect for U. S. Marines. Go to this site to see
one of their TV commercials: For Country. (Be sure to turn up the audio.) I would like to
have a better copy of this and if you know where I can get one, please email me at
<email@example.com> and I thank you, Sir.
Jay C. Wood, CE1 USN(Ret)
Imprimis Hillsdale College
I encourage everyone to go to <www.hillsdale.edu> and click on the "Imprimis" link after reading the current
month's featured article from the front page. I have received their publication for many years and have enjoyed
each and every edition. Perhaps you will too. Only one way to find out, go to the website and click the
"Imprimis" link. Be sure to read the article on the front page (for April, 2007, a speech by Victor Davis Hanson,
one of my favorite authors, The Sole of Battle, Mexifornia: A State of Becoming,and a few more.)
|Sites I consider worth visiting and so should you.
|Access To Energy
This is a little newsletter I have subscribed to for many, many years. It is always packed with good information.
This month's edition came with a bonus, the transcript of a speech given by the author and he gave a web
address to hear him speak. Spend an enjoyable and informative half hour or so and also learn something about
what can and should be done in medicine. After the speech by Arthur B. Robinson, PhD, the program
automatically goes to his web site about the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine. You can spend some time
there also. Poke around there long enough and you will find out how to subscribe to "Access To Energy." The
link to the speech is <www.oism.org/health> and enjoy
Click this mouse to go directly to the Site Map page directory to this site.
American Battle Monuments Commission
The ABMC is the organization which maintains the overseas U. S. Military Cemeteries. It will be well worth your
time to spend a few minutes viewing the video clips available at their site: <http://www.abmc.gov/home.php>.
Should you have someone buried in one of their cemeteries, be sure to go to "Services Available" under
"Navigation." Even if you don't it is good stuff to know. Search WWII for George Patton to test their search
engine - yes, that George S. Patton, Jr. You might be surprised at what you find.
Football BYU vs USAF A Must Read and See!!!!
Just prior to the start of the Air Force-BYU football game, Sept. 22, 2009, this video was broadcast in the BYU
stadium in Provo, Utah. Later, the USAF Academy Superintendent, LtGen Gould, showed this clip to the faculty
and staff. He told everyone that BYU ran it minutes before the kickoff at the game. He was clearly moved by it,
as were those who watched it. BYU is a class act.<http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=72OhOWFMf84>
Kaplin University Commercial
It is rare these days to find a commercial worth watching much less watching twice. This commercial was run
and then withdrawn for some reason. Now it is back! Even if you don't agree with the product or service you
should enjoy the presentation -- I do.<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_5SjeUKQ-g>
|27 May 2017
"VA Markers and Medallions"
"What Every Veteran Should
Know and Do"
Both are in the "Research" folder.
(Click on the 'pencil' on the left.)
Burial aboard the U.S.S. Arizona - This is a must see!
I didn't know this was happening but am glad that it does and this was recorded. It will only take a few minutes
of your time but well worth the trip.<U.S.S. Arizona>