Last night I was walking home just north of University Dr. on Sherman near TWU, next to the Christian Academy, when a guy approached me on a bike with a headlight. He stopped near me, and I stopped to regard him. He said, "Oh, I'm sorry, I thought you were lost." I said, "No, I'm not lost, but do you need directions?" He said, "Oh, no, I'm ok." And he rode off, turning north on Locust. Weirdly.
After I'd crossed Locust, I saw a bike with a headlight coming south. I thought it was the same guy, but when he got closer, I saw that it was a different guy. He rode down almost to University, stopped and turned around and came back in my direction. Then he turned around again and rode towards University. Then my sister tells me about this guy who was kidnapped and sexually assaulted near UNT two nights ago, and these two guys pretty much match the description of those two guys. I'm not afear'd, I have a vicious punch with a pair of cuticle clippers, and a laser that will blind somebody stupid enough to get close to me. But I thought the situation was decidedly odd, and warranted an observation. Oh, here's the article.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
I came across this on YouTube, a computer composer 'named' Emily Howell. I thought it was pretty cool, that a computer had written this music. I got excited and showed it to my sister Chey, to listen to. Her reaction was pbbbttthhhht. Oh well, you can't please everyone. Here are some snippets though.