Historical Alzheimers

…That notion — people don’t care for history anymore — is one that troubles Grosvenor.

“I feel as a nation, it’s like we’re developing amnesia or Alzheimer’s,” he said. “When you get Alzheimer’s, you don’t know who you are, you don’t know where you are and you don’t know where you’re going. That’s where we are. What is America? People don’t know anymore.”

  • Edwin Grosvenor

Goodbye To My Old Mac

Goodbye to an old, inanimate object/friend! I bought this back in 2009, and after about five or six years gave it to my Dad, who now has a brand-new Mini. Fortunately, this is still able to be used by an aunt of mine, so it’s still chugging along! I upgraded the RAM past what is stated that it can take, and upgraded the hard drive to four times the capacity so it’s good to go. (I did this years ago). It is starting to not work with some web sites as well, and as of a few years ago was unable to upgrade to the latest operating system, but it still does quite a bit just fine.