Back in Relocation Mode

Looks like I will be shopping for another house and probably in another community. Recently a problem has cropped up with a new neighbor and I am not certain the issue can be resolved at this point. Even if it does get resolved, I am not overly optimistic that other issues indirectly related to the initial problem will be avoidable.

At this point I am going to start looking at homes in areas where there is the potential to develop my commercial Part 15 AM radio station again. As much as I'd like to stay in northern Kentucky (near Cincinnati) the current housing market which is going like gangbusters may make it almost impossible to buy a second, more suitable property in which to live while converting the current property into a rental and office space for the radio station. Hopefully I will have a new home and community lined up by Summer or early Fall at the latest.

My lease at the apartment in Indiana is up by the end of September. With luck I can be out of Indiana by that time.

Will keep you posted.

Where should you Live?

I found the following article very recently and thought I would share it with other people. Anyone that is looking to find a better place to live should give the article a read and then try the test in the link in the story. It will help you to match up your character and personality traits with the best state for each individual.

I took the test and New Mexico of all places apparently is the state I am best suited to calling home. I've only been through it a couple of times and know very little about the place. May have to do some research on it just for kicks.

Link

Flying the Flag of the USA

  • When I am out driving around I notice people that fly the American Flag often times have it flying at the same height as a state Flag or the Flag of some other type. The ONLY time another Flag should be flown at the same height with the American Flag is when it is the Flag of another country. Please be aware of this if you fly our Flag at your home or business.

Incompetence

in·com·pe·tent
inˈkämpətənt,iNG-/
adjective
adjective: incompetent
  • 1.
    not having or showing the necessary skills to do something successfully.
    "a forgetful and utterly incompetent assistant"
  • synonyms:

    • LAW
      not qualified to act in a particular capacity.
      "the patient is deemed legally incompetent"
    • MEDICINE
      (esp. of a valve or sphincter) not able to perform its function.



noun
noun: incompetent; plural noun: incompetents
  • 1.
    an incompetent person.

Baseball Season is Upon Us

Here’s a good article from the Hartford Courant about some of the Hall of Fame greats of the game from the 1930’s and 1940’s that played for and against the Savitt Gems team. Babe Ruth and Ted Williams played for the Gems! Link.