Norm’s Tidbits, June 15, 2010

Norm's TidbitsA Ride to Beverly Hills – Today I rode to Beverly Hills, CA for an important meeting. The temperature was about 92 degrees when I left my home. I had an excellent ride up to the point where I got off of the freeway at the 101 freeway and Highland Blvd. It was bumper to bumper traffic from there all the way to Highland and Santa Monica Blvd. due to Hollywood Blvd. being closed at Highland and Hollywood for some movie premiere at the Chinese theatre. Let me tell you, I used to live in this area for over 10 years and when I first began practicing law. They have really built Hollywood up as well as Santa Monica Blvd. although some things are still the same. This entire area is a treacheries drive on a weekday, especially in the late afternoon. One idiot cut me off despite my repeated blast’s with my air horn. Despite the congestion of Hollywood and Beverly Hills, it was a great ride.

Got me a new Cam – I finally installed my Logitech HD QuickCam Orbit AF on my home computer so I can video conference with my colleagues and clients. The camera will also allow me to make short videos that I can post on social networks and YouTube as well. This cam is not your ordinary cam. It actually will physically track your face and movement. Some cams do this with software as does mine; however, my cam actually pans and tilts to the left and right, and from side to side. It also has a mode to automatically start recording when it senses movement. Now I can finally see who is stealing all my pens 🙂

My 48th Birthday is in 5 days – All I can say is chit, I am going to be 48 years old on June 20, 2011. The years are starting to add up now, it is becoming real. When I was young, I never gave aging a second thought, now it seems the birthday’s come much faster than before. Should I get a tattoo to commemorate making it to my 48th birthday?

By California Motorcycle Accident Attorney, and Biker Lawyer, Norman Gregory Fernandez, Esq., © June 15, 2010

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