Last weekend my wife and I stopped to visit our son who also lives in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. On our last trip to Europe, our granddaughters asked us if we could get for their dad a bottle of flavored vodka in the duty free store in the Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. At the time looked like a good idea. He seems to enjoy vodka. When we returned home the girls gave their dad the bottle. Continue reading “Majority Element”
Currently we live in a world of deception. The overflow of data that we are exposed to every day via news channels, companies and social media streams does not allow us to easily distinguish what is true, what is somewhat true and what are just plain lies.
I am not a political fanatic. Last week president Trump paid a visit to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. He had a presentation at Target Center in downtown. My only thoughts were not to be in or around that area the day of the event. What was interesting is that some Tweets showed pictures of the event before it started while people were starting to arrive. The Tweets stated that very few people attended the event. This is a premeditated lie. I happen to know a couple people who attended the event and had pictures and videos. Target Center was packed. Continue reading “Baby Names”