Super Bowl 47 quarter by quarter

I am so proud of California's golden boys, the San Francisco Forty-Niners and their sixth trip to the Super Bowl. I have two videos that I made just for this occasion. 

Video #1 - predictions



Video #2 - Go Niners!


I am thrilled to watch the Forty-Niners in a Super Bowl once again and I will enjoy every minute of this game. Hope it's a close one with few injuries. All the best! Will Robertson

LOTR Trilogy Marathon

On a whim, I paid $30 for a ticket to the trio of films on the big screen. What fun! At the end of the credits, a very long list of the members of the LOTR fan club rolls by. How does one get their name on that list anyway?
These movies are always enjoyable and often feel like I am watching a video game. An RPG. Just the way the scenes play out. Call me weird sure, but that is my opinion.
I am looking forward to The Hobbit in under a week. Just fun to live in a fantasy world on occasion.

Driving directions to KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL 32899

Just a fun drive across the country! Visit the Space Coast and see where the shuttle once launched from.



1. Head south on Hudson Ave toward W Oxalis Ave 2.5 mi
2. Turn right onto CA-33 N 1.0 mi
3. Take the 1st left onto N Fairfax Ave 18.0 mi
4. Turn right onto W Panoche Rd 3.4 mi
5. Turn left to merge onto I-5 S 207 mi
6. Take exit 161A to merge onto I-210 E toward Pasadena 44.2 mi
7. Take exit 45 for CA-57 S/Orange Freeway toward Santa Ana 0.8 mi
8. Merge onto CA-57 S 3.5 mi
9. Take exit 22 to merge onto I-10 E toward San Bernardino Passing through Arizona, New Mexico Entering Texas 1,326 mi
10. Take exit 570 on the left for I-35 N toward Austin 0.7 mi
11. Take exit 158 on the left toward Interstate 37/U.S. 281/Corpus Christi/Johnson City 0.6 mi
12. Merge onto I-35 N/N Panam Expy 4.4 mi
13. Take exit 162 for I-410 S 0.4 mi
14. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for TX-13 Loop/West W. White Road 0.1 mi
15. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-410 S and merge onto I-410 S 1.3 mi
16. Take exit 33 for I-10 E/US-90 E toward Houston 0.7 mi
17. Follow signs for Ackerman Rd/Kirby 0.4 mi
18. Turn right onto I-10 E/US-90 E Continue to follow I-10 E 193 mi
19. Slight left to stay on I-10 E 77.8 mi
20. Slight left to stay on I-10 E Entering Louisiana 187 mi
21. Slight left onto I-12 E (signs for Hammond) 86.2 mi
22. Merge onto I-10 E Passing through Mississippi, Alabama Entering Florida 504 mi
23. Take exit 356 to merge onto I-295 S toward St Augustine 20.2 mi
24. Take exit 61A for Interstate 95 S toward Daytona Beach 1.0 mi
25. Merge onto I-95 S 117 mi
26. Take exit 220 for FL-406 toward Titusvilla/Historic District 0.3 mi
27. Turn left onto Garden St 2.8 mi
28. Continue onto A. Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy Partial restricted usage road 2.9 mi
29. Continue onto State Hwy 402 Restricted usage road 5.3 mi
30. Slight left toward Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy Restricted usage road 0.1 mi
31. Take the 1st left toward Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy Restricted usage road 72 ft
32. Turn left toward Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy Restricted usage road 0.1 mi
33. Continue straight onto Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy Restricted usage road 0.8 mi
34. Turn left onto Kennedy Pkwy N Restricted usage road 2.9 mi
35. Turn right Restricted usage road 0.5 mi

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Last of the FOIA responses

Today's mail contained what I figure to be the final Freedom of Information Act responses from our distinguished government agencies. 

CIA FOIA response

US Secret Service FOIA response 

So, what I take away from all of these is that, in the government's eyes, I do not yet exist. That won't last long though, soon the whole world will know my name. I am Will Robertson and I am running for president in the year 2020! 

Thank you, 



We the People A survey released for Independence Day in the U.S. shows that Americans cherish their freedoms. The poll, conducted by Vanderbilt University’s First Amendment Center, found the most important Constitutional right to Americans is the freedom of speech, followed by the freedom of religion and the right to bear arms. But when asked to name any of the guarantees in the Constitution’s First Amendment (freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to peaceably assemble and the right to petition the government for the redress of grievances), 49 percent could not name even one. Worse, 53 percent said the press has “too much freedom,” and 35 percent thought the government ought to have the power to approve stories that newspapers publish, up from 20 percent just two years ago. (AP) ...“Ignorance, forgetfulness, or contempt of the rights of man are the only causes of public misfortunes and of the corruption of governments.” —Declaration of the Rights of Man (French National Assembly, 1791). - Copied from 

More FOIA Requests

I have received two more responses, one from the Sacramento FBI Office and the other from the DIA. The Defense Intelligence Agency response surprised me, as I assumed, incorrectly I might add, that their letter would contain similar language to the CIA's. The DIA may be a member of the alphabet soup of agencies, but their response is more honest and straight-forward. View for yourself below. 

Each item is less than a megabyte in size and each is two pages, the first being the envelope and the second being the letter.

DIA FOIA response

FBI Sacramento Office resonse

I am surprised by the speed of the government's response. I submitted my FOIA paperwork at the beginning of the month. I like how the DIA apologizes for the delay. Personally, I think this is rather quick. Anyways, I submit these for you to laugh at. That is all.