Stem Cell Research, The National Press Club, and the FENX 4.0

Last night, the FENX 4.0 and I went to a screening of a documentary film on the differences of opnion regarding Adult Stem Cell Research and Embryonic Stem Cell Research.  Since this is not hte subject of this post or the blog in general, I will include a weblink and leave it at that – www.linesthatdevide.com – it was a great film.  Anyway, I spent a good portion of time after the film discussing the FENX with some folks – most who seemed facinated with the idea of me needing a two seater F-14 Tomcat style machine for a passenger – related to the whole “use the FENX to pick up girls” line of thinking.  All of this happened at the National Press Club here in Washington, DC.  The security folks there are less than respectable, as they made me take the FENX through the building into a small freight elevator to get where I needed to go.  This of course all because I can’t leave it in the lobby – no one told me why.  All this resulted in a very tough time trying to get out of the building at the end of the evening…all because of some nebulous rule saying I can’t park the FENX 4.0 in the lobby.  I found out tonight that the security there is ALWAYS like that.  So ok, lesson learned – the FENX 4.0 and the National Press Club won’t be friends.

Tomorrow, another test ride…

Riding towards eternity,

Aaron

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Author, Speaker, and Super Nerd. Aaron Welty speaks and writes regularly connecting the dots of life, faith, and science fiction. Originally from Michigan, he now lives and works in the Washington, D.C. Metro area.

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