Eons ago when the first mechanics were inventing simple hand tools, the wheel and other great epiphanies, they could never have imagined the heights technology would reach at this stage of our development. Technology as a whole increases exponentially every year and nowhere is this more apparent than in my current vessel for world domination: Read More →

Alex was a rat. Not an individual of questionable character, mind you, but a small white laboratory rodent with a small brown spot in the center of his forehead. His family had worked in the research science field for generations. Alex had always excelled in any of his endeavors but his specialty had always been Read More →

Following Distance Scott Jensen – Director of Fleet Training   Tailgating is the number one complaint the motoring public has against the trucking industry. Maintaining a proper following distance not only helps improve our image as an industry, but is also a key to preventing rear-end collisions.   A large number of trucks at Epes are Read More →

So many mysteries in life that I may choose to enlighten on, my minions! The mathematical equations and construction methods used to build the great pyramid at Giza. The methodology and calculations involved in the Mayan calendar or possibly what the Druids real intention was when they built Stonehenge. However, to avoid the eternal guilt Read More →

This week one of the biggest news stories is about a six-year-old boy named Stanley who applied for a model designing job at LegoLand.  The four-sentence handwritten application has been attracting international media attention. The letter proclaims his love for Lego’s and states that he is “the man [for] the job because I have lots Read More →