Month: <span>June 2017</span>

Month: June 2017

Belong To Yesterday?

by Mike Pyatt Rear view mirrors serve a function. However, one’s obligated to spend more time looking through the windshield to navigate the circuitous roads ahead. Threescore and ten generation members have been criticized for our “rear-view mirror syndrome.” That’s valid. Few phrases aggravate younger generations more than “In my …

Share

SSL is Here

  The Wyoming Net website is now more secure. SSL has been installed – yeah. What does this mean for the visitor to the site? You will notice a small padlock in your browser’s address bar (URL), meaning all communication between your browser and the web site is now encrypted. …

Share

A Doleful Epitaph

by Mike Pyatt Nineteenth Century French romanticist poet, and novelist, Victor Hugo, who wrote Les Miserables, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, quoted, “To rove about, musing, that is to say loitering, is, for a philosopher, a good way to spend life.” He confirms that “loitering” isn’t merely a physical …

Share

Our Conflicted Views On Death

by Mike Pyatt Since creation mortals have faced the certainty of death. It’s the “great equalizer.” With rare exceptions, most fight “tooth n’ nail” to cling to life. Few societies, absent Judeo Christian underpinnings, extol suicide, notwithstanding Oregon’s, 1997, abominable, ill-named, “Death with Dignity Act.” WWII Japanese Kamikaze pilots considered …

Share
Copyright © 2008-2023 All rights reserved   Terms of Use    Privacy Statement