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The world from the view of a BlueJay

Christmas Lights are Coming down

Flying over the city this last weekend, I could see all manner of people outside taking down their Christmas decorations.  It seems like it’s an awful lot of work to have decorations up for one month (if that).  But then again, they’re so pretty at night.

Its interesting how much “Holiday fun” we cram into the month of December. You’ve got Hannukah, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve, all close to one another. It seems like the week after the New Year is always kind of a let down. All of the decorations come down, and its back to the daily grind with not much in sight. You’ve got President’s Day and of course MLK day, but the next Major holiday is Valentines day in February.

How did that become “Major” anyway? It’s not like its associated with a major religious figure or act. Its the marketers out there. People aren’t going to buy a bunch of candy and gifts, or spend big money on travel for President’s Day or MLK Day. But I digress…

If you live anywhere that gets cold in the winter, once New Years is passed, you’re pretty much done with winter, yet you have 3 + months of it left. Not fun.

January 13, 2015 at 2:15 pm Comments (0)

Do you Ever see Blue Limos?

I was flying above the highway today, watching the endless stream of traffic.  Sometimes it can be quite mesmerizing to watch the flow of people in thier cars and trucks traveling back and forth on the “Highways” to the places they’ve got to be.  As a bird, I still struggle to understand why they call it a “Highway”, but I digress…

This Morning, I saw a couple different limos.  My mind began to wander, as it usually does, and I began to think about limousines.  From way up here, I’ve seen a lot.  I’ve seen the Towncars, Stretch Cadillacs, Navigators and Hummers.  Typically though, I only see them in 4 colors:  Black, White, Silver, or Pink.  Does that seem odd?  I mean sure, I’ve seen the very rare Canary Yellow Limo, but I’ve never seen one in Gold, Purple, Green, Red, or most importantly, BLUE.  What is up with THAT?

I get that people usually want their limo to look classy (unless of course they are renting a Pink limo), but it’s not like Blue is an UN-classy color, right?  I mean SOME would even say it’s ROYAL.  Blue is a very versatile color.  Depending on the particular shade of Blue, it can be deep, electric, royal, navy…  you get the picture.  So why are there no blue limousines?  Were I not so reasonable a bird, I might take offense at the limited chromatic spectrum of these particular vehicles and those who rent them.

All that got me thinking further about limos and how it all works.  Do just rich people have them, or is it something the average joe could rent?  Clearly, it’s the latter, because you always see them at weddings, funerals, bachelor parties, etc.  What if you wanted to have one on retainer?  Do they even do that?

I wonder about their gas mileage.  It must be horrible.  It’s impressive though, how clean they seem to keep them.

Anyhow, that’s all I’ve got for today.

Please, If you own a limo company or manufacture them, consider Blue.

Peace!

January 5, 2015 at 2:43 pm Comments (0)

Welcome To My New Blog

Howdy Folks!  In this blog, I’ll pretty much talk about whatever comes to mind.  People,Products, Services, Blue Jays, The Colorado Experience, who knows.  I’m unpredictable like that!    For example:

In Colorado, the left lane is reserved for passing!  Yesterday,  while driving to town for a nice lunch, I got stuck behind a person in a Honda CRV going 10 miles below the speed limit in the left lane to avoid being behind a big tank truck in the right lane (at least that is my best guess at their reasoning.)  Had a Blue Jay been flying above, he would have seen a long line of other highway travelers that were stuck behind this inconsiderate individual.  Please, for the love of all that is good and sacred – and for my sanity, only drive in the left lane if you are passing people in the right.  If you find yourself side by side, as if holding hands, this should be a clue that you either need to speed up, or slow down and move to the right.  The other motorists will appreciate it, as will the Blue Jay flying above in your exhaust fumes.

Anyhow, Happy 2015!

January 3, 2015 at 3:48 pm Comments (0)