Throughout America, tragic acts of violence against children are occurring with increasing frequency and senselessness, destroying innocent lives and devastating families and communities.
This statue in Oakland is dedicated to all children who die from maltreatment and violence each year signaling our determination to end this needless loss.
When we arrived at Richard's house we were greeted by this lovely pooch. Dad's got himself a doggie? Unfortunately not. It's his neighbor's. But apparently the little Wiener's visiting on a daily basis so we could say Richard's got a part time dog. That's well enough.
This "iconic" block in North Beach was ravaged by a blaze in March. They try to save as much as possible of the exterior by putting a scaffold on the walls. You may remember the bar "Rogue" where locals could gather to watch all the Giants' games. They had a very nice patio on the back. It's gone now. Totally gone. Sad.
Linus does now and then find the absolutely adequate remarks while reviewing or previewing hardware on LTT. While Computex 2018 is starting to shut down for this time around, he's throwing some pragmatic question marks at ASUS's all-screen notebook prototype.
I've enjoyed Paul Heimlich's videos for a few years now. He's great. Why? Because despite all the tech hardware he's throwing our way with competence and enthusiasm he also got that soft teddybear-y vibe about him. This is him (and his wife) having fun for the sake of April Fools' Day where they put this "other side" of Paul in full swing.