Presidents Lecture Series free event

Attending a great free community event.

Robert’s third visit to Fresno.

Robert Costa delivers

Robert moderates a panel of students and professors

Robert, though several years younger, has mannerisms and a voice similar to Jesse Watters. He understands our modern political landscape better than many of the old guard.

Recently, he was the pool reporter on Air Force Two while in Germany.

He has filed a front-page story while here in Fresno.

Fill my mail box

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New contest, beginning today!

Send me snail mail, I will choose a random winner to receive a gratuitous reward. My PO Box is rather lonely. Please fill it up! Postmark deadline is Saturday, October 26, 2019.

Will J. Robertson

PO Box 698,

Dos Palos, CA 93620

Send letters or postcards, and include your email, website, phone number, some way to contact you. You will not be added to any list and all info will be carefully protected. On November the 1st, I will draw out a winner live on Facebook. The winner will be contacted and a prize (a gift card valued at $50) will be rewarded.

Share this link, pass it on!
Contest open to citizens of the USA only and must speak English so that we may communicate easily. One entry per person/address, please.
Any questions, please ask. Thank you for participating.

Opinions and more

We have opinions. We like to express ourselves. Maybe to show off knowledge or perhaps a distinct lack thereof.

I sound off rather frequently on a variety of subjects, usually related to a hot topic of the occasion, and my opinions are just my form of free and open expression. You can agree, disagree, ignore, comment, whatever. It don’t matter to me.

Opinions are free. They are freedom. They are encouraged and appreciated. If anyone suggests otherwise, they are wrong. That is my honest opinion.

But, as I have learned recently, opinions can also be powerful and supposedly offensive. That is why I am strongly leaning towards limiting my tweets and even my posting on other social sites, like Facebook and Instagram and elsewhere. I have said this before, I have tried before, the urge to post frequently always has called me back. Maybe this time can be different. I have no idea.

So, stay tuned, I will post more or less right here. This is my one permanent home on this old Internet!

Remember September 11

For those who do not know, I am non-believer. A non-believer in religion, government, reality, and much more. I do have one central belief: always ask questions. Be willing and able to question why things happen the way they do. Distrust your eyes, ears, nose, your very senses, as they could and are likely being fooled by the powers in control. Your mind is being lied to and it is not your fault!

Our lives are being watched, we have no freedom, liberty is a myth. Until we agree to rise up and overthrow the elite, the trash heap at the top, we can not and do not deserve freedom and all the benefits that come with it.

Hear me, question me. I am not to be trusted. I am one lone voice. Agree, disagree, I do not care. But, your future is in danger. Trust nothing.

Final Frontier

Space is our future. It always has been. Always will be. No space is larger than space! Sure, we could explore our oceans, but that is finite, limited to the space in the ocean deep. It is far and vast, but we will eventually explore all of it.

Venture far and away and explore infinite that is outer space. Maybe there is an end to our universe, but as of now, that remains unknown. Journeys of fantasy through our minds and our knowledge. The truth of reality is worth spending some time discovering.

For our tomorrow to happen, we must follow the fiction that could uncover the facts. Be willing to open your mind!

Predictions for 2019

A collection of predictions for the coming year, one per month. Keep them handy, let’s all be aware of my uncanny ability to be wrong, oh, so wrong!

My predictions for 2019, one per month.

  • January – The Democrats file subpoenas for President Trump’s tax records and assorted other business filings.
  • February – The honorable Ruth Bader Ginsberg resigns due for health reasons from the US Supreme Court.
  • March – WalMart buys Sears/Kmart after Lampert’s bid is rejected and the company began liquidation of assets.
  • April – Earthquake greater than 4.5 strikes the coast of Peru and at least 50 people die.
  • May – Mark Zuckerberg steps down as chairman of Facebook to focus on philanthropic and other projects.
  • June – The Oakland Raiders announce that they will play the 2018 season at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
  • July – Mega Millions jackpot reaches $1.35 billion and continues to grow!
  • August – On Jeopardy, a player surpasses total winnings of $2.1 million dollars in 65 or fewer appearances.
  • September – A student in St. Louis, MO kills 21 students and teachers in a well-planned and coordinated attack on two or more schools.
  • October – President Donald Trump announces he will not seek re-election and Vice President Mike Pence announces his intention to be the Republican candidate in 2020.
  • November – One year from the 2020 election, the number of Democrats confirmed in the running stands at 12.
  • December – A new coldest tempeturature record in the USA is set at the summit of Mt. Washington, NH.

What are your predictions and/or resolutions?

Christmas 2018

Another Eve of Christmas moving through the night. Just like all the others, no tree, no presents, no stockings, and no love. My life is different. Though, I am not unique in this fact, it does not make living it any easier. I watch the movies, read the stories, and often find myself wishing I could have lived a more ordinary life. But, then, what is fun about being ordinary?

To say I have been floating without direction would be inaccurate. I have just been aimless without cause, but not for lack of trying. My dependence on others is shameful and part of my listless diability. I try to focus, but often realize my mind drifts elsewhere. Headaches come and go. Like, right now, I have a bit of a head-cold, or whatever it is, and my coughing and runny nose make it difficult to remain focused on what I want to do, write a cohesive blog entry here.

I know this one is going on a bit longer than usual. That is because I am using the Bluetooth keyboard connected to my tablet to type this prose out. I promise you, nothing this long could possibly be crafted on the touch-screen keyboard. It would be too tiresome and complicated.

The day will pass. Onwards to 2019! What can be accomplished? Should I stir up trouble by making predictions? I have never been very successful at making predictions. I may try to do so with my next post. Stay tuned for more.

Sunday funday

It was a number of years ago that I first learned of the crazy funny brother duo at JibJab with their hilarious end-of-year animations set to music. They even invited the public to upload our faces to their unique website and, using their hosted software, the ability to create fantastic cards and music videos and many hundreds were included in the year-end video that was publicised on the evening news! Now, they have this fun app, where, for a few bucks, you can share and download a clip, card, music video, or more that includes your and friends’ faces. Very cool, fun, and entirely addictive.

Bomb threats and hoaxes

Across our nation, we recoil in fear at emailed and phoned-in threats from anonymous sources. This is life. Life in America. We jump at every gunshot and cry foul if someone makes a disparaging remark. Many would say we are wimps and worse. We have lost our backbone, our willingness to be honest and fight back. Others would have us believe that our emotions are fragile and we must step lightly so as to avoid offense. Offense for what? Everything could be considered offensive if you really want it that way, but I do not! I believe in honesty and truth and loyalty. The true American way.