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Never Forget

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana Today is the 17th anniversary of one of the darkest days in our country’s history and many people say “Never Forget”, meaning that we should never … Continue reading

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The great debate continues

Women base their arguments on tone and inflection. “It’s not what you said, it’s HOW you said it“. Men base their arguments on facts and logic. “I didn’t say that. Why are you even thinking that??” It’s impossible to match … Continue reading

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Book report – “Future Shock”

I think I’ve mentioned it before; I’m not an avid reader. In fact, reading usually makes me quite sleepy, something that I attribute to my parents, who only read to me when it was bed time. I have, however, found … Continue reading

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The Independence Day Massacre

Dateline – United States, July 4 While millions of Americans were at home celebrating their freedom from an oppressive regime hundreds of years before, a sinister plot was in place that no one had predicted. Terrorists, with intent to bring … Continue reading

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K.I.S.S.

No, I’m not talking about the band by that name, nor am I talking about a passionate embrace, I’m talking about the ideal that so many people seem to overlook…. Keep It Simple Stupid . How is it that so … Continue reading

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I’m not a big reader, but….

I recently finished the longest book I have ever read. It was 592 pages (not including the appendix or footnotes), and it was written by someone I have previously written about, Michael C. Ruppert. The book, “Crossing the Rubicon”, starts … Continue reading

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When the boss employs “new math”….

This is yet another post I started a few years ago, fueled by a job I no longer work at…..   Captain Sunshine knew he had to survive just another 2 years so that he could get his full retirement, … Continue reading

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