Another Tri-Centennial March Mathness Magazine

Happy March! Happy Third Month of the Gregorian Calendar! Being it’s the third month, here’s a salute to the very fine and lovely number three. Hurray for The Three! Hurray for the Triad! The Triangle! The Holy Trinity! The Three Graces! There’s definitely something about the three. It seems that everybody loves the three. Three is the charm. OK. Let’s get spiritual: The Two (the … Continue reading Another Tri-Centennial March Mathness Magazine

Tri-Centennial March Mathness Magazine

In Happy March! Happy Third Month of the Gregorian Calendar! And being it’s the third month, here’s a salute to the very fine and lovely number three (Watch out below. Here comes the math) Hurray for The Three! The Triad! The Triangle! The Holy Trinity! The Three Graces! Hey, there’s something about the three. It seems that everybody loves the three. Three is the charm. … Continue reading Tri-Centennial March Mathness Magazine

Tri-Centennial March Mathness Magazine

Happy March! Happy Third Month of the Gregorian Calendar! And being it’s the third month, here’s a salute to the very fine and lovely number three (Watch out below. Here comes the math) Hurray for The Three! The Triad! The Triangle! The Holy Trinity! The Three Graces! Hey, there’s something about the three. It seems that everybody loves the three. Three is the charm. OK. … Continue reading Tri-Centennial March Mathness Magazine

Tri-Centennial March Magazine

03/03/18 Happy March! Happy Third Month of the Gregorian Calendar! Ah! The Three! The Triad! The Triangle! The Holy Trinity! The Three Graces. Hey, everybody loves the three. Three is the charm. The Two (the number two, the concept of duality) splits unity (the One) into our world of opposites: life and death, present or absent, matter and energy, up and down, back and forth, … Continue reading Tri-Centennial March Magazine

Sad

The Every Day Another Story blog aka Bumbastories confesses to a certain insincerity as pertains to its title Every Day Another Story. Obviously we don’t post a story every day. We furthermore confess to feeling no particular sense of guilt about it. Truth be told, we’re simply too lazy to go about changing the name and the header and all that. In fact, a deep-rooted … Continue reading Sad

I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry

Bumbastories salutes Hank Williams again. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry, written by Hank Williams in 1949 is one of Hank’s most poetic and beautiful lyrics, and was one of his greatest songs. Hear that lonesome whipp-o-will He sounds too blue to fly The midnight train is whining low I’m so lonesome I could cry Sung here by Preston Maybank, with background harmonica by Bumba, … Continue reading I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry