Iran

Translated version of Iran Deal doesn’t say what Obama claims it does
It seems as if Democrats want to be successful in diplomacy in achieving deals with regimes that inherently are not interested in playing by the rules that we try to set for them.
War is always an option, but few presidents want to use that as an option. The price (cost) is usually large. There are unintended consequences of leaving an area without our influence. Opponents tend to rise up. Witness the rise of ISIS as an organization. Supposedly, most of zISIS could be killed in relatively short order, if directions were given. But who knows for sure?

Well, I started a group on Facebook

After wondering why there wasn’t a Facebook group focused on survivors’ successes, I went ahead and started one.  Even though the group could still go sideways, it hasn’t yet.  I’ve not had to be particularly heavy handed.  The group https://www.facebook.com/groups/TBISS/ seems to be going nicely.  It is a closed group.  A brain injury is a brain injury to my way of thinking, it doesn’t really matter how one got it.  The important thing is that we are surviving.  I am a TBI survivor, and I want to share my little successes, count my small victories, and perhaps help others to realize that great things are still possible.

Technology, toys, music, and Apple

I like the technology and toys that Apple has brought together with the Beats headphones, paired with my Mac Book Pro.  The bluetooth technology is probably pretty old, as is my Mac Book Pro, but it still works, the Beats Headphones are fairly recent purchases, but who knows, I like the combination.  The ability to listen to YouTube playing at a page while typing is pretty cool.