For those who have really examined my blog, you know I am a Voice for the murdered twenty two year old Tori Vienneau and her son, ten month old Dean Springstube. (ETA: Cause I don’t believe in ramming things down people’s throats all the time, I’ve been using the “soft sell” tactic here, and working in other places, including in person to get word out.) Dean was hanged by a noose from his crib. The only viable suspect, Dennis Potts (Dean’s biological father, but not his True father) has finally been arrested (after more than a year of freedom) as of this morning. Thank all that is Good, and Right, and Sacred in Creation!
Here is a link to Steve Huff’s blog entry giving this news, it has links to the various online coverage about this case. As you can see, he too doesn’t have a lot of words. There aren’t really words that seem sufficient, except “Thank God, Justice isn’t defunct!”
Words for the Mother/Grandmother/Loved Ones of Tori and Dean: Dayna, I send my Love, and Prayers out to all of you there. Take it easy on yourselves, rest, drink water, and pace yourself. You can make it through this, if you gather your strength, and don’t overspend too early. *HUG*
Posting to verify my blog with Google. Nothing to see here. Ok, ok, I’ll find something to add to this. Hmmm. Ok, how about this sign, which someone with an odd sense of humor “edited”?
ETA: Well, turns out that I can’t use the Google Webmaster service, because I have a free WordPress account. Bleh.
I found this site a little while back, and thought it was really neat. I kind of want a little zeusaphone! I found several videos on YouTube of twin solid state tesla coils producing music. The ultimate electronica! I sat there entranced watching these things, and about all I could muster to say was “That is *SO* COOOOL!!!” It is fascinating to listen closely and hear how some of the buzzing notes in electronica and other music really aren’t too far off from controlled lightening. (Which, those arcs sort of are in a way.)
It is so neat to watch, but I wouldn’t dare be as near to them as I see the audience being in the video. (Much less don that protective gear and stand near enough to let the arcs wash over me. No thanks, I’ll watch from afar, crouched safely down, and taking care to not court misfortune. I just know my luck with such things. I’d skydive before I’d do that.) I’m rather dangerprone. I managed to give myself an audible, somewhat painful static shock FROM A COOKIE not that long ago. I just know, that at the least my hair would end up looking like a Fraggle.
What do you think of the musical lightning that are singing tesla coils? Hard to find words at first, eh?