Note: 09/30/12 Sunday 8: 05 P. M. I ate a 14. 5 ounce Maria Callendar chicken pot pie with a 12 ounce glass of diet


For August 2011, it was 5.77 and 1450 kWh with an average of 50 kWh per day over 29 days with an average temperature of 73.1 degrees Fahrenheit.  CIO



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For August 2011, it was $235.77 and 1450 kWh with an average of 50 kWh per day over 29 days with an average temperature of 73.1 degrees Fahrenheit.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/06/12 Thursday 12:55 P.M.   I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and a sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, watered down fruit punch, and a cup of coffee with splenda and milk.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  I will now make up a fresh batch of punch.  CIO   

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 8:30 P.M.  I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 8:05 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.

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BBC News - Airbus details Smarter Skies vision for planes in 2050

BBC News - Sir Tim Berners-Lee: 'I don't need to be a celebrity'  CIO   

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 6:35 P.M.   I ate ham, salami, provolone cheese, white American cheese and sliced tomato sandwich on a Kaiser roll with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise a dill pickle slice and Lays sour cream and onion potato chips and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO   

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 5:20 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I chatted with neighbors twice.  I looked at the items up for bid at Auctions, Notebooks items in Deal Train Mania store on eBay! .  I bid up to $100.01 on this item HP TouchSmart tm2t Tablet - VK807AA-CSDF - Being Sold AS IS | eBay .  According to http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/hp-touchsmart-tm2-wacom/34651-hardware-fix-no-touch-unknown-usb-error.html#post196231 , the Touch Screen can be easily fixed, and it would have been handy to use with Windows 8, but I really do not need another computer.  The mail came at 3:30 P.M..  I went downtown, and I went by the Chase Bank at 19 West Putnam Avenue.  I then went by the Wells Fargo Bank at Havemayer Place, and I paid my rent to the Greenwich Housing Authority.  I sat out briefly downtown.  There are a lot of mosquitoes downtown, so I guess they were blown in with the tropical storm.  I then returned home.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 12:05 P.M.  The way I figure it as a local economist, with all of the expensive automobile dealerships on West Putnam Avenue in Greenwich, Connecticut, more money might be spent on West Putnam Avenue than Greenwich Avenue for what it is worth, particularly if one includes www.jpmorgan.com and www.chase.com .  I will now shower and clean up.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 11:40 A.M.  I only worked at Polaroid in the summer and at Christmas Time while I was there.  I also was restoring an old 1951 Mercedes 300B sedan which took quite a bit of my time in the summer and my money also.  I sometimes after work in Cambridge would drive back into Cambridge at night and have a Heineken at the Club Casablanca off Harvard Square or visit a friend that lived on Beacon Hill.  My friend on Beacon Hill worked for the SAAB parts department on Commonwealth Avenue and lost interest in photography after dropping out of Harvard, since there was more money in auto parts.  I learned that restoring the old Mercedes while in college.  Back in the late 1970s while out in California, I also learned there was money in automobile salvage yards.  North American Rockwell started out as an automobile salvage yard before becoming a prime contractor for NASA.  Of course while out in California, Howard Hughes' people watched our every move, and even when I moved back to Greenwich in December 1983, I went to a church group run by someone that was from Howard Hughes' Episcopal church in Houston, Texas.  When I was out on Long Island from 1978 to 1983, there were a lot of people out there from Grumman aircraft which is now the third largest defense contractor in the United States, and I built the garage apartment in Mr. Grumman's neighborhood.  Possibly the grand daughter from the house who worked for China airlines might have noticed it.  When I was out at San Francisco airport around 1979, I saw a large group of United States Citizens leaving the San Francisco airport on the renewal of the Pan Am Clipper flight to Shaghai including Mrs. Honeywell from Wellesley, Massachusetts.  Honeywell use to make the computers for NORAD.  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 11:05 A.M.  Although I did not attend www.harvard.edu , I worked around Cambridge, Massachusetts while at www.polaroid.com  as a research photographer and software engineer and laborer from 1968 to 1971.  My father Louis Dale Scott in that period was the Vice President of Manufacturing for Polaroid, and he was also a member of the board of the Polaroid Foundation for Dr. Land, and back in 1971, the Polaroid Foundation gave Harvard University $10 million which was a lot of money back then, so I am always getting people with Harvard connections looking for money, but none of them ever offered me a job, so they can not expect any money from me at this point, but I could take a picture of any of them and post if on the internet.  Back around 1970, Dr. Land was the first billionaire in Massachusetts, and by 1971, the Polaroid stock was up to $115 a share, but by the time the company went bankrupt in 1978, the stock was down to about $3 a share, so a lot of people with Polaroid connections were not that financially well off unless they sold their stock at the peak of the market.  My father left Polaroid in the winter of 1973, and we moved back to Greenwich, Connecticut that June 1973, where he worked for Combustion Engineering and Continental Can Company that had offices in Stamford, Connecticut and Greenwich, Connecticut.  Thus my family was able to keep a roof over its head during the stock market crash of 1973.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 10:35 A.M.  Of course an original member of the original Scott family in America might be able to get into Princeton University - Welcome , Columbia University in the City of New York , New York UniversityUniversity of Virginia , William & Mary , Washington and Lee University :: Lexington, Virginia , West PointThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , Duke University , Welcome to Ohio State - The Ohio State University , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , Welcome to Lake Forest College , Penn: University of Pennsylvania , Harvard University , MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology , York University , and University of St Andrews - Scotland's first university, founded 1413 .  There are probably a few others that I have forgotten to mention.  Since there are so many members of the original Scott family in America, if one were accepted, more than likely one would have to pay their own way, except for West Point which is very competitive to get into.  CIO     

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 10:05 A.M.  Welcome to Harriman - Architects + Engineers is still in business.  www.vanderbilt.com takes one to www.vanderbilt.edu which has a very good hospital.  I once read that relatives of the Vanderbilt family are entitled to free medical care at Vanderbilt University Medical Center , but one would probably have to pay their way to get there and be able to prove they are a relative of the Vanderbilts.  Also at www.yale.edu , there is a private suite of rooms reserved for any Vanderbilt relatives that might want to attend Yale University.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 9:45 A.M.  There is really no content at www.warburg.com .  It appears to be a dummy web site, where somebody is squatting on the domain name hoping to sell it for a profit.   A whois search warburg.com WHOIS domain registration information from Network Solutions shows it is registered in Canada.  www.rothschild.com whois search rothschild.com WHOIS domain registration information from Network Solutions shows it is registered in England.  www.rockefeller.com does not work, but is appears to be under the control of the family rockefeller.com WHOIS domain registration information from Network Solutions .  They are probably still using an old RCA television with rabbit ears up in North Tarrytown.  It is high enough up on the hill, they probably can get the TV signal from Manhattan without paying for Cable TV.  Rich people tend to be cheap.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/05/12 Wednesday 8:30 A.M.  I woke up at 6:45 A.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and a sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, watered down fruit punch, and a cup of coffee with splenda and milk.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 10:05 P.M.  I ate a 7.5 ounce bag of pretzel and blue cheese Combos. 

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BBC News - 'Magic carpet' can detect or even predict a fall

I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 9:00 P.M.  I chatted with a relative earlier today around noon.  I just chatted with another relative.  I ate a few day old muffin.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 8:05 P.M.  I went downtown.  I walked lower Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.   A local person 48 years old whom is unemployed gave me a ride from the People's Bank at the bottom of Greenwich Avenue to the new Greenwich Post Office, and we discussed politics and economics.  I was then given a ride back to the Senior and the Arts center.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  The new coffee shop "CRCR" is not opened yet on upper Greenwich Avenue.  May "CRCR" stands for "Costa Rican Coffee Roasters" .  I do have a local classmate that once lived in Costa Rica.  Perhaps its stands for "Cafe Rothschild and Cafe Rockefeller".  I next went to the Greenwich Library, and I chatted with two staff members.  I then returned home.  I picked up the mail.  I got my new www.geico.com paperwork for the policy that starts October 7, 2012.  I chatted with a friend.  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 4:15 P.M.  I cut the last 12 ounces off the ham, and I put it on a microwave proof plate with splatter cover, and I heated it in the Sharp microwave oven for four minutes on 50% power.  I put Gulden's spicy brown mustard on it.  I ate it with a steamed ear of sweet corn on the cob with sliced baby carrots and broccoli crowns with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice.  I threw out the garbage and the ham bone.  I still have two pounds of the ham frozen.  I will now go downstairs and wait for the mail, and if it does not come by 4:30 P.M., I will go downtown and kill time.  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 3:05 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  The mail is not here yet.  

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 2:45 P.M.  I made 125 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching Series 1 Episode 9 of "Poirot".  CIO       

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 12:20 P.M.  I will now shower and clean up.  I will then make cigarettes.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/04/12 Tuesday 11:45 A.M.  I woke up at 10 A.M., when I had a computer magazine telephone call.  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and a sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, watered down fruit punch, and a cup of coffee with splenda and milk.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  I chatted with a relative.  CIO   

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 10:35 P.M.  I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will eat a couple of days old muffin, and then I will go to bed.  Lots of rain the next two days.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 10:30 P.M.  Bill Gates, Monsanto, and eugenics: How one of the world's wealthiest men is actively promoting a corporate takeover of global agriculture  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 10:10 P.M.  I watched the first 30 minutes of "Mission Impossible III", but I think I have seen it, so I quit watching it for now.  The average American watches eight hours of television a day, and since although I pay for Digital Cable Television, I try to stick with the computers which is my primary objective as opposed to watching too much entertainment media.

Fairfield County, Connecticut National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary

Recently I have not been able to figure out much to do on the computers, so possibly my focus has been redirected in the time I have been spending outside walking in the warmer weather.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 8:55 P.M.  I chatted with a relative and a friend.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 8:00 P.M.  NEMOH - Numerical, Experimental and stochastic Modelling of vOlcanic processes and Hazard

Iceland Útgáfa Veðurstofunnar 2012 | 2012 | Útgáfa | Um Veðurstofuna | Veðurstofa Íslands

Price Of Paradise: Volcano Videos about the eruption of Montserrat's Soufriere Hills Volcano

Gingerbread Hill: Montserrat, West Indies

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BBC News - Prince Harry makes first appearance since photo row

BBC News - Redheads gather in Holland for festival  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 7:05 P.M.  I ate ham, salami, provolone cheese, white American cheese and sliced tomato sandwich on a Kaiser roll with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise a dill pickle slice and Lays sour cream and onion potato chips and a 12 ounce glass of Sprite and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice.  I also ate a large tomato slice with oregano and olive oil and ground black pepper.  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 6:00 P.M.  I went out, and I threw out the garbage.   There is a computer desk by the dumpster.  I went downtown, and I walked the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.  I sat out at various locations.  I went by CVS, and I picked up two prescriptions.  On the way down Greenwich Avenue, I stopped by CVS again to use the bathroom.  I sat out for a while after my walk, enjoying watching all of the people strolling Greenwich Avenue.  I chatted with a friend on my wireless telephone.  The black and yellow Mini Copper with 98,000 miles is still for sale in front of Starbucks for $9,800.  I then went to the Stop and Shop.  I bought a six pack of day old Kaiser rolls for $1.49, a 16 ounce package of Smart Balance Lite spread for $3.50, two 10 ounce bars of Cracker Barrel Vermont Extra Sharp cheddar cheese for $2.50 each, Land-O-Lakes deli sliced white American cheese for $4.99 a pound for $4.97, Stop and Shop smokehouse deli sliced ham for $5.99 a pound for $6.11, two 16 ounce Maria Callendar turkey pot pies for $2.50 each, two 30 ounce Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise for $3.50 each, buy one get one free of Lays 10 ounce sour cream and onion potato chips for $4.29 both, a five quart package of Stop and Shop powdered milk for $5.99, a 8 ounce Stop and Shop parmesan and Romano grated cheese for $3.39, four 12 packs of Schweppes Ginger Ale for $10 plus $2.40 can deposit less a $1.62 off the Hellmann's mayonnaise with a $25 purchase with the store circular coupon for $57.61 total.  I then went by the Putnam Shell at 401 West Putnam Avenue, and I bought $13.05 of self service premium V-Power gasoline for $4.599 a gallon for 2.838 gallons for 29.7 miles driven since Saturday August 25, 2012 at odometer reading of 70799 miles for 10.466 miles per gallon in mostly local traffic.  I the returned home.  I used the cart from the trunk of the Audi to bring up my groceries.  I put the groceries away, and I put the cart back in the trunk of the Audi.  I chatted with neighbors.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 1:35 P.M.  I will now shower and clean up and go out for a walk.  Heavy rain coming the next two days, so get out and enjoy the day.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 1:20 P.M.   I ordered 14 LED Flashlight, Aeronautic Aluminum Alloy LED Flashlight, Black, GL-7614 for $1.99 with coupon code "MLCK903NNL1" with free shipping.

Prince Andrew Descends From The Shard in London | Video - ABC News  CIO

Note: <888> 09/03/12 Monday 12:25 P.M.  I woke up at 11 A.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and a sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, watered down fruit punch, and a cup of coffee with splenda and milk.  I washed the breakfast dishes.  I made my bed.  CIO    

Note: <888> 09/02/12 Sunday 10:05 P.M.  I ate a bowl of pineapple chunks.  I will now shut down the primary work computer and go to bed soon.  A lot of visitors in this area, do not seem to realize that with the Welcome to the United Nations: It's Your World nearby in Manhattan, we get quite a few international visitors out here in the Hinterlands of Southwestern Connecticut.  Since I am familiar with the United Nations neighborhood, although I have only been there three or four times in the last 20 years, I try to reflect my viewpoint from the old days based on my experience which is probably different from what goes on there today.  I only know American English fluently, and in high school I studied five years of French and six years of Latin, but since I was not a very good language student, I do not try to converse in those languages.

Scottish duke graces Greenwich polo event - GreenwichTime

BBC News - Cardinal Carlo Martini says Church '200 years behind'  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/02/12 Sunday 8:50 P.M.  When I went to France for the Winter Olympics in 1992, I was back down to around 165 pounds http://mikelouisscott.com/mlsparis.jpg .

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BBC News - Wyoming drops federal protection of gray wolves  CIO

Note: <888> 09/02/12 Sunday 8:20 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/02/12 Sunday 6:55 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  Back in October 1983, when I left www.nantucket.net for the first time of two times that Fall, I had been working at Le Languedoc Bistro a Nantucket Restaurant and Inn. Serving French cuisine on Nantucket for over 30 Years from April that year, and I would eat a cottage cheese omelet for my first meal with a cup of coffee and English muffin with butter, when I got the restaurant at 11 A.M. for the lunch shift.  When I got off the lunch ship about 2:30 P.M..  I would jog out to the beach at the airport and back, and I would start my night shift at 4 P.M., and around 5 P.M., they would give us a filet of fish with sautéed vegetables, but they did not like us drinking milk, so we would drink iced tea or tonic water with lime.  I would get off the night shift at around 4 A.M. after cleaning up the restaurant after my dishwashing and pot scrubbing routines.  I think they use to give us another meal about 11 P.M. when the restaurant closed, which was pretty much the same meal as the 5 P.M. meal.  I think I weighed around 155 pounds, so I was thin and in good shape.  I use to work in Adiddas Country Sneakers and I bought a pink LaCoste polo shirt on the island that I frequently worked in.  At the very old age of 33, I looked like this http://mikelouisscott.com/mike-scott-kennebunkport-maine-august-1983.jpg .  However, when I finally returned to Greenwich, Connecticut in December 1983, my first apartment was a tiny room at 100 Milbank Avenue up in the attic with a shared bathroom and a refrigerator.  I shared the attic floor with Spyros Skoros' chauffeur.  Since I was on an income of $200 a month after rent payment, I would buy quart containers of Columbo yogurt at the Greenwich Food Mart on Greenwich Avenue for about $1.59, and I would have yogurt and orange juice for breakfast, since I did not have a way to cook.  For my dinner, I would eat at the Greenwich Hospital Cafeteria about $2.50 a meal which I did for about three years.  When in June 1984, I moved to 700 Steamboat Road, I continued the same menu, but by then I had gone up to 215 pounds for some odd reason.  I guess I was not getting as much exercise.  After two years on Steamboat Road, when I got a car, I started cooking on a hot plate in the apartment, since I had a small refrigerator.  I recall my favorite inexpensive item was A&P frozen liver slices with onions, but by that time the Greenwich Hospital Cafeteria was getting close to $4 a meal.  I still frequently only eat two meals a day, but having a kitchen in Byram for almost 23 years and using smart shopping techniques, I currently weight 230 pounds, so I now look like a prosperous Dutch business person.  Alas I don't speak Dutch.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/02/12 Sunday 5:20 P.M.  I cut a 12 ounce half of a slice about 5/8th inch thick off the ham, and I put it on a microwave proof plate with splatter cover, and I heated it in the Sharp microwave oven for four minutes on 50% power.  I put Gulden's spicy brown mustard on it.  I ate it with a steamed ear of sweet corn on the cob with sliced baby carrots and broccoli crowns with Smart Balance Spread and extra virgin olive oil and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice.  I also had four medium sliced tomatoes with oregano, ground black pepper, and extra virgin olive oil.  Today, when I was downtown, I saw a sign for Greenwich Polo .  They are having a big Polo match next Sunday September 9, 2012, for anyone would can afford to drive to back country Greenwich and pay the usual $20? entrance fee.  CIO  

Note: <888> 09/02/12 Sunday 3:50 P.M.  I went downtown to the World Famous Greenwich Avenue.  I walked the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.  In front of Starbucks, someone had a 2003 black and yellow Mini Cooper with 98,000 miles on it for sale for $9,800.  I stopped by the Greenwich Cigar store, and I played a Ace's High scratch card for a dollar, and I won $10 for $9 profit.  I chatted with a local and someone from Montenegro looking for a waterfront cafe.  On the way up Greenwich Avenue, I stopped by CVS, and I bought three .75 ounce Italian Spices for $2 total.  I sat out for a while after my walk.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  I then went by the Stop and Shop, and I chatted with a Westchester County humane animal removal service that was parked there.  I bought bananas for .79 a pound for $1.82 and a package of day old muffins for $2 and .50 can and bottle return for $3.32 total.  I then returned home.  CIO

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