Saturday, December 23, 2017

CES 2018 preview/CES 2017 review: Keratase Hair Coach




CES 2018 preview: The smart home gets smarter.  (CNET, 12/22/2017)
A smart hairbush called the Kerastase Hair Coach was on display at CES 2017. Its proposed goal? To collect data as you brush your hair via integrated sensors and give you related care recommendations.

Related article:
K√©rastase Hair Coach Hopes to Be the Hairbrush of the Future.  (geek.com, 1/4/2017)
Plus, why would you buy a hairbrush for around $200 when you can get a basic one for $10 and then just look up ways to keep your hair healthy?  

Other CES 2018 preview posts:
Travis the Translator.  (12/20/2017)
Pro-Protection toothbrush holder.  (12/19/2017)
PetMio smart technology.  (12/18/2017)
Rinspeed Snap concept vehicle.  (12/17/2017)
SignAll, an automated sign language translator.  (12/13/2017) 
Homni sleep solution.  (12/11/2017)
Guz 2 electronic dartboard connects you to the world.  (11/22/2017)
I assume the SureFly will also be able to carry women.  (11/21/2017)
Now you can party every day and rock all night at any age.  (11/17/2017)
Pointivo.  (11/17/2017)
Jibo, the social robot, makes the cover of TIME.  (11/17/2017)

Let's put this Foxconn deposit in perspective


$60,000,000 is 1.5% of the $3,938,000,000 (and counting) payments and incentives promised to Foxconn.


Skin in the game: Foxconn makes $60 million deposit on what officials call 'historic day'.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/22/2017)

Most of the actions already taken involes securing sizeable payments and incentives from state, county, and local governments Foxconn, which has drawn criticism over announced projects elsewhere that didn't fully materialize, already has taken several actions indicating it is indeed serious about its plans to build the massive factory here.

Other Foxconn posts:
December 2017
UPDATE. Scott Walker Monday tweet storm attempts to distract us from his highway funding mess.  (12/19/2017) 
GOP legislative aide and letter writer Keith Best needs to brush up on his Foxconn analogies.  (12/16/2017)
UPDATE: The Wisconn Valley Way to Wisconsin's fiscal and moral bankruptcy.  (12/15/2017)
Scott Walker, meet Andrew Ng, who wants to help Foxconn bring intelligence displayed by machines to Racine County.  (12/14/2017)
Billions for Foxconn but a raw deal for Mount Pleasant residents John and Kim Mahoney.  (12/13/2017)
Some residents of Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, and Illinois will help to foot the bill for a $140,000,000 Foxconn campus electrical substation.  (12/12/2017)
A deafening silence: What role will robotics play at Foxconn's Mount Pleasant manufacturing plant?  (12/12/2017)
Inquiring minds want to know why driverless technology wasn't discussed during Foxconn contract negoatiations, Scott Walker.  (12/12/2017)
Donald Trump and Terry Gou: Scott Walker loves these two peas in a pod.  (12/9/2017)
Reggie White:Green Bay Packers:: Foxconn:Wisconsin (Scott Walker analogy reveals his crazed desperation).  (8/10/2017)

Slim Pickens in this Little Free Library


Located on Middleton Street on Madison's far-west side.



13 seconds from what is arguably Pickens' most famous movie scene.




11/29/2017 update starts here.

This Little Free Library is located along a mid-block sidewalk connecting Elmwood and Hubbard avenues in Middleton.  The mostly obscured stone house you see at the end of the sidewalk is the home of a former Middleton Public Library board president.



A map of registered Little Free Libraries. (Middleton and far west side of Madison.)  Neither of the two I visited today are designated here.


Books of the Times:  Bridge of Sighs by Richard Russo.   Coming of Age Upstate:  To Grow and Not Change? (9/24/2007)


10/15/2016 update, " Nearly empty Little Free Library has since been replenished and includes 2 Bart Starr biographies", starts here.


Other Little Free Library posts:
UPDATE: St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church will say a little prayer for you (Dionne vs. Aretha).  (11/15/2017)
Across the street from Weston Place.  (4/1/2017)
Seen yesterday while doing a lit drop for Hans Hilbert, candidate for Middleton mayor redux.  (3/29/2017)
Seen yesterday while doing a lit drop for Hans Hilbert, candidate for Middleton mayor.  (3/28/2017)
Nearly empty Little Free Library has since been replenished and includes 2 Bart Starr biographies.  (10/15/2016)
This colorful Little Free Library features James Clavell's chunkster novel Noble House.  (9/14/2016)
Little Free Libraries spotted during yesterday's Elroy-Camp Douglas Omaha Trail bike ride.  (8/8/2016)
Little Free Library at end of Woodrow Street in Madison has Scruples Two.  (7/10/2016)
Little Free Plant Stand meets Little Free Library.   (5/21/2016)
UPDATE: This Little Free Library now features 3 Jeffery Deaver titles.  (3/21/2016)
More taking than returning at this Little Free Library location.  (11/2/2015)
Taking Little Free Libraries to the next level.  (10/20/2015)
An attractively designed, little box of discards on Amherst Road.  (10/13/2015)
Kudos to this Little Free Library design on 13th Street in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.  (7/27/2015)
The Chamber of Manitowoc County offers a Little Free Library.  (7/27/2015)
One of the most colorful little box of discards set-up I've encountered.  (7/10/2015)
Little box of discards with benches.  (5/6/2015)
Get me rewrite: Little boxes of discards have big appeal.  (5/1/2015)
Middleton little free library cleaned out; Independent bookseller suspected.  (12/19/2014)
Charter #5763.  (8/14/2014)
Charter #8443.  (7/25/2014)
Unchartered #2.  (7/24/2014)
Unchartered #1.  (7/21/2014)
Charter #5719.  (7/19/2014)
Charter #0657.  (7/18/2014)


Original 11/2/2015 post, "More taking than returning at this Little Free Library location", starts here.

Note the flashlight for nighttime browsing.  (Sorry, I didn't check to see if it actually works.)



Which is why I'm donating this Jane Austen paperback my wife recently read.  (The first book she hasn't read on her iPhone in over a year.)


Photos by Retiring Guy

Yes, apparently, the hot tub is still for sale.


Friday, December 22, 2017

Contemplation Point, Tiedeman Pond, Middleton WI


Photo by Retiring Guy

Source:  Google maps

Just to be clear, I wasn't carrying around a folding chair during this afternoon's walk.

Tiedeman Pond conservancy area

Related posts:
Mirror image.  7/19/2015)
American lotus.  (8/20/2014)
Tiedeman Pond was ready for its close-up.  (8/9/2014)
Tiedeman Pond trail stands up to heavy rain.  (8/5/2014)
Tiedeman Pond Trail Improvements Underway.  (7/23/2015)
Tiedeman Pond water quality and trails enhancement project.  (5/29/2014)Big Blue Sky Over Tiedeman Pond (Three views along the boardwalk).  (5/29/2014)
Mama Goose.  (4/13/2014)
We saw this osprey yesterday during our ponds walk.  (4/13/2014)
Sunset, Tiedeman Pond, Middleton, Wisconsin.  (9/7/2013)
Dane County Partners for Recreation and Conservation (PARC) Program.  (8/3/2015)
Today's ponds walk. (11/10/2012)

Climate change as a matter of fact: Rising seas + draining underground aquifers = Jakarta disaster





Jakarta Is Sinking So Fast, It Could End Up Underwater.  (The New York Times, 12/21/2017)
In fact, Jakarta is sinking faster than any other big city on the planet, faster, even, than climate change is causing the sea to rise — so surreally fast that rivers sometimes flow upstream, ordinary rains regularly swamp neighborhoods and buildings slowly disappear underground, swallowed by the earth. The main cause: Jakartans are digging illegal wells, drip by drip draining the underground aquifers on which the city rests — like deflating a giant cushion underneath it. About 40 percent of Jakarta now lies below sea level.

SourceWikipedia

Previous climate change as a matter of fact posts:
U.S. Department of Defense.  (12/16/2017)
Shrinking sea ice in the Arctic Ocean.  (12/14/2017)
Emaciated polar bear.  (12/9/2017)
California fires.  (12/8/2017)
Wisconsin.  (11/16/2017)
Hampton Roads, Virginia.  (11/4/2017)
U.S. military bases.  (9/22/2017)
Georgia peach orchards.  (9/18/2017)
Northeast U.S. pine forests.  (8/29/2017)
Tangier Island, Virginia.  (8/25/2017)
South of the Arctic Circle in Alaska. (8/25/2017)
New Orleans.  (8/12/2017)
Kenya.  (7/23/2017)
Portugal.  (6/19/2017)
The Netherlands.  (6/19/2017)
Brazil.  (6/8/2017)
Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen.  (5/20/2017)
Madeline Island, Wisconsin.  (2/23/2017)
Mexico City.  (2/19/2017)
Kansas.  (1/29/2017)
Moose of Maine.  (1/21/2017)
Florida Keys.  (1/14/2017)
California wine country.  (1/11/2017)
Kaktovik, Alaska.  (12/20/2016)
Bolivia.  (7/11/2016)
Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park.  (7/7/2016)
Kiribati.  (7/6/2016)
Peru,  (5/21/2016)

Merry Christmas!! GOP Assembly Speaker Robin Vos echoes Corrections Secretary's call for more prison space


Guess that recent bump in prison incarceration rates isn't big enough for them.



Vos:  Wisconsin Probably Needs New Prison.  (Wisconsin Public Radio, 12/20/2017

Wherein it's reported...


2017 Assembly Bill 642 fuels the need for more prison cells.

And the cluster of sponsors is just where you'd expect to find them, in the most white "Collar Counties" 


Note:  Only Rep. Skowronski (R-Franklin) lives in Milwaukee County.  Reps. Hutton, Sanfelippo, and Kooyenga live in Waukesha County but have western portions of Milwaukee County in their district.  Rep. Ott lives in Ozaukee County but represents a portion of northeast Milwaukee County.  In other words, the outline of Milwaukee County should show more white space, but I ran out of room applying red dots.

Related post:
Wisconsin Leads the Big 10 -- and the U.S. -- in Black Male Incarceration Rates.  (4/22/2013)


Original 10/22/2017 post, "Wisconsin Department of Corrections Secretary has some bad news for persons of colors", starts here.

Photo creditWI DOC

Reported in DOC chief: State needs more prison space before 2020.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 10/20/2017)

Wisconsin, apparently, is striving to be #1.

Source:  The Sentencing Project (arrows added)

Source:  The Sentencing Project (arrows added)


This week in the cereal aisle: Satisfy your craving for chocolate


Photo by Retiring Guy

The Unhealthiest Cereals on the Planet.  (Eat This, Not That! 4.2.2017)

It's true!


Related posts:
Pumpkin Spice runs amok.  (11/7/2017)
Danger lurks.  (11/2/2017)
Dan G. wets himself over Special K Blueberry with Lemon Clusters.  (9/20/2017)
Limited Edition Mocha Crunch.  (7/16/2017)
Kellogg's Frosted Flakes with Marshmallows.  (2/1/2017)
A marriage between General Mills and Girls Scouts of America.  (1/19/2017)
Alpha-Bits is getting squeezed out.  (11/23/2016)
Special K continues to branch out.  (10/23/2016)
Wedding bells chime.  (10/5/2016)
The price of convenience (22.54 cents per ounce).  (8/19/2016)
Make up your mind already!  (8/14/2016)
Remember Nabisco Shredded Wheat?  (7/13/2016)
Features Batman and Superman.  (7/7/2016)
Post wants you to have ice cream for breakfast.  (6/30/2016)
Tiny Toast.  (6/21/2016)

Plenty of Christmas week parking at north end of West Towne Mall, Madison WI


I don't have any photographic evidence on hand, but parking at West Towne Mall used to be at a premium most anytime during the final days of the Christmas shopping season.

That certainly wasn't the case yesterday.

Photo bty Retiring Guy

Acquisition Signals Hope For the Future Of U.S. Malls (print headline).  (The New York Times, 12/12/2017)
With the rise of Amazon and other online shopping options, consumers have skipped treks to the sprawling malls that dot the American landscape, preferring to click-and-shop from the comfort of home. Struggling to adapt, the stores that once lined the interiors of malls, from RadioShack to The Limited, filed for bankruptcy. Then, department store giants like Sears, J. C. Penney and others — long the reliable anchors of malls everywhere — began shuttering properties at a fast and furious pace.

Related posts:
Get me rewrite: Natural gas odor forces evacuation of all 5 guests at the Shops of Grand Avenue.  (12/21/2017) 
UPDATE: Younkers is still open for business at Manitowoc's other (not quite) dead mall.  (7/290/2017)
Not a seagull to be seen at site of former deadest of dead malls.  (7/26/2017)
UPDATE.  The deadest of dead malls is gone, razed.  (1/3/2016)
The Warren Mall has been on the brink for years.  (1/5/2015)

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Jesse Watters, media hound



Reported in Is Colorado's homeless surge tied to marijuana legalization?  (The Guardian, 2/27/2017)

Unproven.


Reported in A ‘coup in America?’ Fox News escalates anti-Mueller rhetoric.  (Washington Post, 12/18/2017

Welcome to the No Beverage Zone



Vanity Fair has just published a lengthy and wide-ranging profile of the former Trump campaign CEO and former Trump White House chief strategist. It reveals a tragic figure whose sense of self is far greater than most Americans probably think. In other words, it reveals Steve Bannon as we already know him. A blowhard. And in fact, at one point in the piece Sherman calls him just that.


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Meet GOP Iowa governor Kim Reynolds, NRA tool


The Iowa Firearms Coalition is an NRA affiliate.


Limits on guns in childcare centers are blocked by governor's staff.  (Des Moines Register, 12/19/2017)
Yeah, blame it on your staff, KimUnlike most other states, Iowa has no regulations regarding firearms in childcare centers. Mark Anderson, chairman of the Department of Human Services' advisory council, said the proposal seemed like common sense. “It just says you can’t have loaded, unsecured weapons when you’re watching other people’s children,” he said in an interview.  
But Gov. Kim Reynolds contends the proposal needs more discussion. She told reporters Tuesday that it might be better to have legislators debate the matter instead of letting administrators use their authority to implement rules on it.

Margaret Hartweg Albaugh Dallenbach (1931-2017) Warren High School class of 1949



1949 Dragon yearbook


1967 Warren City Directory
1983 Warren City Directory
  • [county section] Dallenbach Margt r203 Miller St. Sheffield
  • [county section] Dallenbach Raymond [sic] r203 Miller St.
  • [county section] Hartweg Ann r904 Chase Dr North Warren
  • Hartweg Bernard ofc mgr Crossett Inc h904 Chase Dr 
  • Hartweg Robt O r904 Chase Dr

The popularity of Margaret as a baby name is graphed here.  Let's take a look at Louis.


Louis started out the 20th century in a strong position, spending 27 years (1900-1925, 1927) in the top 30 and 60 years (1900-1959) in the top 100.  He peaked at #20 for 3 years (1911-1913).  

Other class of 1949 members: 
Dorothea Giltinan Suppa.  (6/15/2017)
Ruth Bengston Thelin.  (4/27/2017)
Donna Wenzel Ponsoll.  (1/4/2017)
Margaret Eustace Sutter.  (11/17/2016)
Paul Mahan.  (7/17/2016)
Paul Briggs. (7/11/2016)
Mary Ann Harrison Hughes.  (3/29/2016)
Winona Ross Prosen.  (3/5/2016)
Bertie McConnell Glotz.  (9/26/2015)
Corrine Culbertson Ryan Shanshala.  (7/13/2015)
Nicholas Mangus II. (6/15/2015)
Teresa Nuhfer Sanden.  (4/13/2015)
Catherine Salapek Freeborough.  (4/10/2015)
Richard Sharp.  (3/22/2015) 
Richard Hamilton.  (12/17/2014)

Is there anything that Scott Walker won't do for Foxconn CEO Terry Gou?



Sources:  
Top.  Foxconn seeks foreign trade zone status for Racine County factory; move could reduce costs.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/20/2017)
Bottom.  Wikipedia.

From U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Customs Duty is a tariff or tax imposed on goods when transported across international borders. The purpose of Customs Duty is to protect each country's economy, residents, jobs, environment, etc., by controlling the flow of goods, especially restrictive and prohibited goods, into and out of the country.


But not if reduced custom duties allows Foxconn to purchase supplies more cheaply overseas, eh?

Other Foxconn posts:
December 2017
UPDATE. Scott Walker Monday tweet storm attempts to distract us from his highway funding mess.  (12/19/2017)
GOP legislative aide and letter writer Keith Best needs to brush up on his Foxconn analogies.  (12/16/2017)
UPDATE: The Wisconn Valley Way to Wisconsin's fiscal and moral bankruptcy.  (12/15/2017)
Scott Walker, meet Andrew Ng, who wants to help Foxconn bring intelligence displayed by machines to Racine County.  (12/14/2017)
Billions for Foxconn but a raw deal for Mount Pleasant residents John and Kim Mahoney.  (12/13/2017)
Some residents of Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, and Illinois will help to foot the bill for a $140,000,000 Foxconn campus electrical substation.  (12/12/2017)
A deafening silence: What role will robotics play at Foxconn's Mount Pleasant manufacturing plant?  (12/12/2017)
Inquiring minds want to know why driverless technology wasn't discussed during Foxconn contract negoatiations, Scott Walker.  (12/12/2017)
Donald Trump and Terry Gou: Scott Walker loves these two peas in a pod.  (12/9/2017)
Reggie White:Green Bay Packers:: Foxconn:Wisconsin (Scott Walker analogy reveals his crazed desperation).  (8/10/2017)

Get me rewrite: Natural gas odor forces evacuation of all 5 guests at the Shops of Grand Avenue


Photos taken by Retiring Guy on March 17, 2017
(The transformation had yet to begin.  See below.)




Related reading:
Why the decline of Grand Avenue?  (Milwaukee Magazine, 9/23/2008)
The empty shops of the not-so-Grand Avenue.  (On Milwaukee, 11/30/2010)
Grand Avenue Mall, Milwaukee WI.  (deadmalls.com, 5/9/2011)
Grand Avenue's transformation to start this year with offices, food hall concept in works.  (Milwaukee Business Journal, 1/29/2017)

"What about us?" ask female guards at Lincoln Hills School for Boys



Reported in Lincoln Hills official: Sex harassment of staff by teen inmates similar to public schools.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/20/2017)

Also in the news

Shirley Cain, who arrived at the stamping plant five years ago and had to fend off advances from supervisors and co-workers alike, was skeptical. “That’s not the reality,” she said. “They don’t even go on the floor, so they don’t know what goes on.”

 Other Lincoln Hills posts:

2017
UPDATE: Based on recent evidence, the facilities' remote location and chronic staffing shortage keeps Juvenile Corrections from fulfilling its mission.  (11/28/2017)
It's 243 miles, and a world away, from Racine to Irma.  (10/31/2017)
UPDATE.  And, by extension, make Scott Walker look bad.  (10/10/2017)

2016
Point/counterpoint: Open records and the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.  (8/8/2016)
State workers watching porn gets Scott Walker all het up but mistreating juvenile inmates -- not so much.  (7/6/2016) 
Wendy Peterson schedules a Lincoln Hills double bill.  (4/7/2016)
Wendy Peterson shares her favorite Hollywood movie prison scenes.  (4/7/2016)
Former Wisconsin DOC Secretary tries to take advantage of Walker administration disdain for open records law.  (3/26/2016)
 Dear Ed Wall, Taking the job is just the first step.  (3/20/2016)
Has the State of Wisconsin got a deal for Ed Wall!!  (3/1/2016)
The Lincoln Hills Scandal slide show timeline: Scott Walker's bottom line is to cover his butt.  (2/28/2016)
LINCOLN HILLS SCANDAL UPDATE: Scott Walker and the broken chain of command (with Jessie Rodriguez exception).  (2/27/2015) 
Hands-off manager Scott Walker must still be licking his Presidential campaign wounds.  (1/14/2016)
Because Scott Walker believes he's hired the best employees to work for the citizens of our state.  (1/9/2016)

2015
Selective Republican logic inoperative when applied to Wisconsin juvenile corrections program.  (12/24/2015)
The dysfunction of Scott Walker's executive branch of government in 1 defensive quote.  (12/20/2015)
Scott Walker and Lincoln Hills School for Boys: Too busy thinking about his (presidential) baby.  (12/19/2015)
Still in the news: Lincoln Hills School for Boys.  (12/13/2015)
Scott Walker shows us how to deflect (Taking no responsibility, chapter 2).  (12/12/2015) 
As usual, Scott Walker takes no responsibility.  (12/11/2015)
In the news: Lincoln Hills School for Boys, Wisconsin Department of Corrections.  (12/11/2015)

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The Racine County conversion: Dear 71 other county highway commissioners, Let Scott Walker and Dave Ross know how you feel about this diversion of state highways funds


Map source:  Wisconsin gubernatorial election, 2014
Scott Walker contact form

Dave Ross isn't interested in hearing from you directly.

The Hucksters: GOP plans multi-million dollar advertising campaign to glorify Tax Cuts and Jobs Act



Reported in The Daily 202: The tax bill is likely to become more popular after passage. Here’s how Republicans plan to sell it.  (Washington Post, 12/20/2017)




Other Tax Cuts and Jobs Act posts:
"It's all fungible." Home Depot, tax reform, and shareholder enrichment.  (12/19/2017)
Did you know, Merrill Matthews, that most Americans have invested or saved very little toward retirement?  (12/17/2017)
GOP throws hissy fit when scorekeeper doesn't share their worldview.  (12/5/2017)
President Trump: Only in it for the money.  (12/2/2017)
Plutocracy gone wild at SwampFest: GOP expects Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will seal the deal for midterm elections.  (12/2/2017)
It's called hypocrisy, h-y-p-o-c-r-i-s-y.  (12/1/2017)
Please tell me again how thte cynically named Tax Cuts and Jobs Act helps the middle class.  (11/30/2017)
Racial and ethnic makeup of the 115th Congress.  (11/30/2017)
Plutocracy in action: Donald Trump's America First tax cuts line the pockets of foreign investors with $520,000,000,000.  (11/30/2017)
Donald Trump's pants on fire.  (9/29/2017)

Yes, Donald Trump has no shame, as well as no scruples, no empathy, and no moral compass


The list could easily go on and on.


Sources:

Related reading
‘Have you no shame?’: Trump roasted for using deadly Amtrak derailment to tout infrastructure plan. (Brinkwire, 12/20/2017)

Will real people feel real love for Scott Walker in 2018?


The blue haze makes it a challenge, but can you find any people of color standing with Scott Walker?

His weekly email blast

The Doobie Brothers' "Real Love" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of 9/13/1980.  It spent 16 weeks on the chart, peaking at #5 for 2 weeks.



Related post:
Scott Walker comfort zone UPDATE. Today's photo collage of our governor, desperate for a third term, hanging out exclusively with white people.  (12/11/2017)

Arvilla Ittel Erickson (1921-2017) Warren High School class of 1939



1939 Dragon yearbook

Helen's high school activities:
Dramatic Club (2, 3, 4); Stenographers' Club (4); Girls' Athletic Association (4); Girls' Club (1)

1967 Warren City Directory  
  • [county section] Ericksen [sic] Arvilla  1849 Market st ext
  • [county section] Ericksen [sic] Virgil 1849 Market st ext
  • Ittel Ruth (wid Leon G) h706 Cornplanter av
  • Ittel Vertha [sic] M tchr Warren Area Sch r706 Cornplanter av
1983 Warren City Directory (no listings)
  • [county section] Erickson Arvilla A r1849 Market St Ext
  • [county section] Ericksen [sic] Virgil 1849 Market St Ext
  • Ittel V M tchr Warren County Sch  Dist h18 Church St North Warren

A relatively uncommon name, Arvilla spent 35 years among the increasingly lower reaches of the top 1000 baby names, peaking at #513 in 1904.  She was not among the top 200 popular names in either the 1880s or 1890s.


Other members of the WHS class of 1939:
Julia Ellen Scalise Papalia.  (09/20/2017)
Jane Perry Campbell.  (8/3/2017)
Helen Augusta Ashbaugh.  (7/10/2017)
Florence Scalise.  (1/9/2017)
Heath Ferrie.  (11/28/2016)
Ross Morell.  (5/18/2016)
Anna Mae Seder Bleech.  (3/22/2016)
Helen Huck Mead.  (12/7/2015)
John Shanshala.  2/28/2015)