Since the beginning of time, there has been an ongoing debate about morality. Religious people say you need God because God gives us morals. No God, no morals. On the other hand, atheists say you don’t need God for morality for two reasons. Reason one, virtue is its own reward. As you mature and become wiser, you realize that being good makes you happy. This is natural maturity and requires no God. The second reason the atheist says you need no God for morality is evolution.
I've been a bit disenchanted with my Apple and iTunes lately. El Capitan won't read external CD burners. iTunes no longer automatically updates music playlists on my iPod classic, which I now have to do manually.
Also, I can get an SSD Asus laptop with superior specs to an iMac for cheaper, an Amazon Echo, and that should take care of my music needs.
I've had this urge to make the switch the last month or so.
Ed apprised me of an Eton Bluetooth SW Radio he purchased on National Geographic. He may write a short review soon.
Tune in to AM, FM, and shortwave radio at home or abroad. Bluetooth technology lets you stream your own music or podcasts from any compatible device. Includes local and world time settings, alarm clock, and sleep timer. Powers via AC/DC adapter, included, or 4 D batteries, not included.
When it comes to my obsessive personality, I can be a little scared, but I can also stand back and laugh. I love really good radios, watches . . . and now vintage coffee percolators, the all stainless steel kind with pot bellies, swan neck spouts. Old school. The brands that have caught my attention are Universal, GE, Sears, and Sunbeam. I bought two, a GE Immersible and a Sunbeam, on eBay.
Currently, I have a Bodum French Press, nice but I'm not wild about the coffee flavor. I also have a Bonavita 1900 drip coffee maker. It makes good tasting coffee, but I don't like all the plastic parts.
I'm eager to try going vintage. Also, I love the classic look of an all stainless vintage coffee percolator.