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Initially this page seemed too FaceBookish and I was not happy including it on Siterighter Website Design and Search Engine Optimization. Then someone reminded me that a persons family, friends, hobbies, (and much more) define the person involved in Website Design and Search Engine Optimization in Birmingham, Al. This page is a good picture of things that inspire my imagination.
It is easy to ruin a terrific story. But someone gifted in the art of communication can describe lifting a fork from the table in a way that incites goose bumps. (Stephen King could write "The Fork") Designing websites, or communication in general, reminds me of a story about Samuel Clemmens. Someone observed that only a person having actually experienced the dramatic events he wrote of could describe them the way he did. Clemmens replied something like, "Somehow I have managed to survive a life of adventure, drama, and wonder...... and some of it almost actually occurred"
One of my children found an employment application I failed to submit last century, in the 80's. The application required a list of construction techniques and certifications I held. The application also asked for a list my hobbies. I couldn't connect "hobbies" with construction qualifications. My daughter explained that hobbies are what we do with our free time. Hobbies are but one microscope into who we are. How we spend money says alot. The contents of our trash cans REALLY tells. Social Media (Facebook) etc. are are temporary snapshots of who we claim to be.
What you see on this AboutUs page defines the person and direction of This page will grow as long as I am somehow this side of the dirt.

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This is what grocery shopping for ducks looks like

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Youngest of my DNA, my daughter, Carah
Carah is an extremely correct Civil Engineer. South Alabama chose Carah to design the drainage system for their new engineering school building. (see below) The entire school sits in a hole. Carah designed an unseen drainage system that was creative and functional. Happy and proud that I have her DNA.

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A picture began circulating in November. It should be "The Picture of the Year," or perhaps,"Picture of the Decade." It won't be. In fact, unless you obtained a copy of the US paper which published it, you probably will never see it. The picture is that of a 21-week-old unborn baby named Samuel Alexander Armas, who is being operated on by a surgeon named Joseph Bruner. The baby was diagnosed with spina bifida and would not survive if removed from his mother's womb. Little Samuel's mother, Julie Armas, is an obstetrics nurse in Atlanta. She knew of Dr. Bruner's remarkable surgical procedure. Practicing at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, he performs these special operations while the baby is still in the womb.

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During the procedure, the doctor removes the uterus via C-section and makes a small incision to operate on the baby. As Dr. Bruner completed the surgery on little Samuel, the little guy reached his tiny, but fully developed, hand through the incision and firmly grasped the surgeon's finger. In a Time Europe article highlighting new pregnancy imagery that show the formation of major organs and other significant evidence of the formation of human life but a few days after conception, Dr. Bruner was reported as saying that when his finger was grasped, it was the most emotional moment of his life, and that for an instant during the procedure he was just frozen, totally immobile. The photograph captures this amazing event with perfect clarity. The editors titled the picture, "Hand of Hope."

The text explaining the picture begins, "The tiny hand of 21-week-old fetus Samuel Alexander Armas emerges from the mother's uterus to grasp the finger of Dr. Joseph Bruner as if thanking the doctor for the gift of life."

Little Samuel's mother said they "wept for days" when they saw the picture. She said, "The photo reminds us a pregnancy isn't about disability or an illness, it's about a little person." Samuel was born in perfect health, the operation 100 per cent successful. Now see the actual picture, and it is awesome ... incredible.

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This young lady is my friends daughter. (names are proprietary information) She and her husband provide our country protection. She is United States Coast Guards version of the Navy Seal. The woman hits small targets two time zones away. She is qualified to swim to, and board (ARMED) the bad boys boat when the warning shot is fired accross their bow.

The sign on her door should read "This door is locked for YOUR protection, not mine."

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High speed photo of a 30.06 bullet hitting an apple I expected the exit. The entrance wobbled me. My small brain thought entrance, exit would each follow the bullet: entrance=implosion, exit=explosion. Several dog years later I accepted the validity of highspeed photography.Things are not always what they appear.....A 30.06 bullets speed trucks. The 165 Grain AccuTip Boat Tail is being fired at a velocity of 2800fps from muzzle point - 2800 feet is a little over 1/2 mile. This bullet travels that distance in ONE SECOND. Read More, . I learned that we had an aircraft, SR71, that flew this speed. An SR-71 pilot could look out the port side window and see one seeming to hang there because he is going just as fast.

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The story goes that when this photo was shot the strobe was very bright.

In the excitement and temporary flash blindness, neither saw the cat was following until

hours later when they showed the pictures to friends.


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Other living things we share this planet with intrigue me. According to a park ranger, in 1985 there were about 14 tagged black bears living in the state park stretching from Gulf Shores into Orange Beach. City life involved the untidy characteristics of neighborhood dogs celebrating garbage can investigation. When I moved to the beach last century, circa 1985, black bears, not dogs ran the garbage can investigation. Neighbors around the 13 Mile marker had photographs and stories involving animals other than dogs. I saw tracks but never a bear.
It is a three and a half mile swim from Fort Morgan to Dauphin Island. The currents at tide change are strong there. How did a bear, that low in the water, keep his direction correct? A few degrees too far southward and he would have spoken spanish. But if a caterpilar can "presto" into a Monarch and fly to Mexico, I guess a bear can swim the bay. Doctor John Dindo, of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, sent this news story to me. It was not the bears first swim. He had a female bear friend living on Dauphin Island. Doctor Dindo saw the bear swim in, tagged him, and saw him leave a week later. The insanity of the courtship dance. We humans have our own unique and complicated methods of courtship. But I don't think many swam Mobile Bay.

This is how many creatures (human and non human) end up when the mating game gets played. This dilla was part of an albumn cover I shot for someone.

("shot" as in photographed)

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This guy knows how to campout. He is 3 stories above the surface of The Gulf of Mexico, 55 miles south of Perdido Pass, Alabama

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Think of all the streets, houses, businesses, and parking lots along this map. Every time someone tosses out litter the rain or wind will wash it down the street gutter or into a ditch and it can travel to almost any country on this planet. A Burger King bag tossed on the highway can easily go into the Gulf of Mexico and much farther. I am putting this idea together concerning Birmingham's litter people

Below is a link to Birminghams stormwater runoff map. The legend and map give those familiar with this area an idea of how something accidently dropped by an automobile or human can end up in a street drain, then a "ditch", a creek, a river, south to Alabamas beaches, the Atlantic Ocean via the Gulf of Mexico, etc.

Someone explained that littering makes a statement about the persons parents.

Birmingham Stormwater Runoff

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This is how we remember you, Jody. You made me sing and dance
Your music is still with us. Thank you, Jody

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Waylon Payne, Jodys son


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It is hard not to love this womans attitude

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This was worth the wait, even if it didnt have spoke wheels


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This is my last Harley.
Seems like there would be a rule against drivers texting
and failing to stop when they run over someone on a bike

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I lost a bet. I had a choice: post this picture on my friends daughters Honda,
or, shave ONE eyebrow

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Last century, when I was married, before I wasn't married anymore,
one of my happy places was The Orange Beach Fitness Center


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Nice work truck

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I finally progressed to Labrador Retrievers.
The lab is duck trained. Hand signals.
The dog will stand between you and any danger.

Beach dogs

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This is Martha Stewart. she could rearrange furniture easily. She also whistled the entire Jeopardy tune. She wouldnt do it in front of anyone but me. She worried about how her lips looked when whistling.

Forest 60 ft deep in the Gulf of Mexico

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Grocery shopping in my favorite store

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Some fish simply dont like boat rides

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Heading in.
We didn't fish.

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The steaks are delicious. The story of the fight gets better by the minute.

But this beautiful color fades fast once aboard.


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Perdido Pass, before the condo invasion

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This dog is wearing shoes. It, and the owner, are part of the Alabama coastal experience

The first time I saw the Big Green Egg built into the cockpit of this 62' Resmondo I remembered how I grew up fishing on the creek.
We ate sardines and crackers with kinda wormy fingers. This cooker is lit when the spring fishing (catching) season begins.
It runs through the fall
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Michel Lotito (June 15, 1950 ,June 25, 2007 [citation needed]) was a French entertainer, born in Grenoble, famous for deliberately consuming indigestible objects. He came to be known as Monsieur Mangetout ("Mr Eat-All").[1]

His performances involved the consumption of metalglassrubber and other materials. He disassembled, cut-up, and consumedbicyclesshopping cartstelevisions, a Cessna 150,[2] and other items. The Cessna 150 took roughly two years to be "eaten", from 1978 to 1980. He began eating unusual material as a teenager around 16 years of age and performed publicly from 1966.

Lotito claimed not to suffer ill effects from consuming the materials, even after consuming materials usually considered poisonous. When performing, he consumed around 1 kilogram (2.2 lb) of material daily, preceding it with mineral oil and drinking considerable quantities of water during the meal.[3] He said, however, that bananas and hard-boiled eggs made him sick. It is estimated that between 1959 and 1997, Lotito "had eaten nearly nine tons of metal."[4]

Lotito's method for eating all of this metal was to break it into small pieces before attempting to eat it. He then drank mineral oil and continued to drink water while swallowing the metal bits. This acted as a lubricant to help the metal slide down his throat. He also had no problem "passing" his unusual diet.[5][6]

Lotito died on June 25, 2007, ten days after his 57th birthday due to natural causes.[7] He is buried at Grenoble Cemetery.


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birmingham, ala In the past hour and 23 minutes you probably haven't considered jellyfish as being a great source of nutrients, or as the key to unlocking secrets of our own health. While you and I are 'mostly water' jellyfish take this to the extreme and are only 5% solid matter and 95% water. They are invertebrates meaning they lack a spine and so they don't swim or walk but rather just 'drift' with the currents and go wherever they may take them. Think of what you need to survive, really just survive. Food? Water? Air? I'm going to concentrate on water here. Water is of major importance to all living things; in some organisms, up to 90% of their body weight comes from water. Up to 60% of the human adult body is water.

According to H.H. Mitchell, Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.

Each day humans must consume a certain amount of water to survive. Of course, this varies according to age and gender, and also by where someone lives. Generally, an adult male needs about 3 liters per day while an adult female needs about 2.2 liters per day. Some of this water is gotten in food.

Water serves a number of essential functions to keep us all going:
  • A vital nutrient to the life of every cell, acts first as a building material.
  • It regulates our internal body temperature by sweating and respiration
  • The carbohydrates and proteins that our bodies use as food are metabolized and transported by water in the bloodstream;
  • It assists in flushing waste mainly through urination
  • acts as a shock absorber for brain, spinal cord, and fetus
  • forms saliva
  • lubricates joints

    According to Dr. Jeffrey Utz, Neuroscience, pediatrics, Allegheny University, different people have different percentages of their bodies made up of water. Babies have the most, being born at about 78%. By one year of age, that amount drops to about 65%. In adult men, about 60% of their bodies are water. However, fat tissue does not have as much water as lean tissue. In adult women, fat makes up more of the body than men, so they have about 55% of their bodies made of water. Thus:
  • Babies and kids have more water (as a percentage) than adults.
  • Women have less water than men (as a percentage).
  • People with more fatty tissue have less water than people with less fatty tissue (as a percentage).

    There are a vast number of jelly fish species and these come in a range of shapes and sizes, sometimes with tentacles up to 100 feet long. Some will drift in shallow coastal waters but others prefer depths of up to 12,000 feet. They live three to six months and they come in a variety of colors.

    The Turritopsis Nutricula Jellyfish is a species of jellyfish that never dies. Yes this jellyfish is biologically immortal meaning that if it's never in an accident or caught by predators then it won't die. This is because it can revert itself back to its neonatal state as a newly born 'polyp' and thereby rejuvenate all of its cells.

    Eating Jellyfish

    Eating dried jellyfish is highly nutritious and they contain a lot of good substances. Jellyfish are one of Asia's most popular foods and are served dried and chopped into small pieces and boiled to add a crunchy texture and remove salt. Their health benefits are that they contain a lot of calcium binding proteins which improve memory and help to fight age related cognitive decline. In one study 56 participants were put on a jellyfish diet and it was found that 57% of them experienced memory improvements. Normally our brain produces calcium binding proteins of its own, but as we get older these reduce in number. This is a problem as the proteins are used in order to regulate the amount of calcium in the brain cells and this can then slow down various brain functions.

    At the same time dried jellyfish contain collagen which may be helpful for the treatment of arthritis and visible signs of aging once again. All this suggests that while you're not going to become immortal like the Jellyfish, you will nevertheless gain some youthfulness as a result of eating them. Jellyfish are also harvested for their collagen and this can be used in many beauty products.

    Most fundamentally though, the jellyfish is mostly protein and water meaning that it is a very lean source of amino acids with very few carbohydrates or fats making them the perfect diet food.

    The real benefits of jellyfish to mankind however lie in their unique genetics. The luminescence that they produce for instance (the green fluorescent protein gene in crystal jellyfish specifically is responsible) is often used as a 'biomarker' or 'biotag' to allow scientists to identify the activation of genes. They have been used to create glowing cats, mice and other animals and this then indicates that the other changes they have made to those animals' genetics are also working. Luminescent cats most recently have been used to research a potential cure to AIDS. This has additionally allowed scientists to see inside living cells and this has helped to revolutionize medicine and our understanding of our cells. And finally the paralyzing aspects of jellyfish venom it is hoped may help us to unlock the keys to the human cardiovascular system.


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