Monday, August 30, 2010

Not Dead Yet

My life is mostly real life right now. When I do post I want to do it right and not half-do it. I will be back, hopefully soon.

12 Comments:

Blogger Greywolfe said...

Brother, real life is like that. I took a break from blogging myself. Hell, I only check the blogs now about once a week.

I've started a travel company (focus is on hunting and fishing, but it's a full service travel club) and between that and driving a truck, I'm buried.

Good luck with all that you have. God bless and keep you and yours.

And by all means, keep your powder dry.

10:52 PM  
Blogger Greywolfe said...

Brother, real life is like that. I took a break from blogging myself. Hell, I only check the blogs now about once a week.

I've started a travel company (focus is on hunting and fishing, but it's a full service travel club) and between that and driving a truck, I'm buried.

Good luck with all that you have. God bless and keep you and yours.

And by all means, keep your powder dry.

10:52 PM  
Blogger Chuck said...

Good to hear your still around but you are right, life comes first. Hang in there friend.

Greywolfe, good luck on the business.

12:17 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

Good thoughts coming your way, take care!

12:29 AM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Real life has interfered with my blogging too.

No apologies necessary, Shoprat.

Looking forward to your return when you're ready to do so.

7:43 AM  
Blogger Just Sue said...

Please keep up the fight, I'm in your corner.

8:47 AM  
Blogger Just Sue said...

I don't like sounding repetitive, but..I'm tired of talking about liberals and democrats. Seriously. I think I've covered most of the bases here. They suck.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Z said...

you're missed, Shoprat...all the best

11:51 AM  
Blogger Gautama said...

Looking forward to your return

6:16 PM  
Blogger Donald Douglas said...

Hang in there Shoprat!

9:53 PM  
Blogger christian soldier said...

let me know when you start again--
stay well!!!
carol-CS

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The S, T, and ST scales are employed for trig features and multiples of trig functions, for angles in levels.
For angles from around 5.7 up to 90 levels, sines are discovered by comparing the S scale with C. The S scale has a second set of angles (sometimes in a different color), which run within the opposite direction, and are used for cosines. Tangents are found by comparing the T scale with C or, for angles greater than 45 levels, CI. Widespread forms such as ksinx could be read directly from x around the S scale to the result around the D scale, when the C-scale index is set at k. For angles below 5.7 degrees, sines, tangents, and radians are approximately equal, and are identified on the ST or SRT (sines, radians, and tangents) scale, or merely divided by 57.3 degrees/radian Inverse trigonometric functions are discovered by reversing the procedure.
Numerous slide rules have S, T, and ST scales marked with levels and minutes. So-called decitrig models use decimal fractions of levels instead.

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