Monthly Archives: November 2016

Jack of all trades, master of none

How many trades does it take to make a well rounded individual? Should everyone be trained in multiple areas or should each person specialize in just one thing, thus making them indispensable for that trade? I’ve been an auto mechanic … Continue reading

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The silent killer within

Humans are keenly aware that they will eventually die. We don’t know when or how, but we do know it will happen, one day. And this is a big point that separates us from other animals. You can’t threaten the … Continue reading

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They’ve got SCMODS

  For the second time in my life, I’ve been fingerprinted. And lucky me got to PAY for this privilege. No, I did not get arrested; I’m applying for a job that requires me to be fingerprinted, which is also … Continue reading

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Plastic or plastic?

This past election, the state of California passed a new law banning plastic single-use bags. The basic idea was that if these bags were outlawed, then (1) shoppers would be forced to use their own, heavier-duty bags, and (2) random … Continue reading

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