I’ve not up any Select It Sunday posts for two. fracking. months. The last was on January 24. I’m sorry. February, as I have noted, was a wash-out all around and I didn’t get much of anything done. The first week of March I just plain forgot. Then yesterday, I got up really late in the day (after noon), on account of how I’d stayed up all night reading and watching YouTube videos. I spent most of the day writing up Charley Project updates — twenty in all, in case you hadn’t noticed. Twenty is supposed to be the maximum number of updates I allow myself to post in one day. Five is supposed to be the minimum.
Then after that I wanted to go out into the front room and socialize with the gaming group that was out there. (Michael plays RPG once or twice a week with a group of people, some of whom are my friends also.) Once they’d all finally left, Michael and I spent some time together watching a very interesting program about a 747 airplane that almost crashed in 1982 after it flew through an ash cloud caused by a volcanic eruption and all four of its engines got clogged. After the program was over it was quite late in the evening and Michael wanted me to help with work, entering grades into the computer for him. (He teaches math at a local high school.) So I did that, and then suddenly it was after midnight and I was like “Screw it.”
Maybe I need to start writing my Select It Sunday cases weeks in advance like I do with my Make-a-List Mondays, which I hardly ever miss. (Today’s didn’t appear till like 7:00 p.m. This is because I’d accidentally scheduled it for next week instead of this week. But I’ve written two more lists that will appear next Monday and the Monday after that so I’m good for awhile. And because this week’s list was all female, next week’s will be all male.)
Anyway, I just wanted to let you guys know what was going on and say I haven’t ended the Select It Sunday feature. I know it’s quite popular with my readers.
Speaking of which, any suggestions for people you guys want featured? Remember, although it’s not a hard and fast rule, I prefer post-1985 cases cause Flashback Friday is 1985 and prior.
Ben Padilla Jr. is an interesting case.
Pretty random: Thoeun Peng missing from Fresno, Cali since 22 february 1997. Case file has never been updated, no other information on the internet. His name suggests a Cambodian / Khmer origin.
FYI there is a large population of hmong (don’t know the spelling) people on Fresno, so that would make sense!
I know it’s been suggested before but, Anthonette Cayedito