Daily Archives: August 6, 2012

The Shallow End Of The Pool

Occasionally I will read anecdotes about the early leaders of the United States, about how erudite and educated they were in the Bible (which they regularly would comment on intelligently even in political speeches), in Plutarch (for plenty of Greek … Continue reading

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This Would Have Been So Much Easier The First Time

Today we had to start reworking the septic tank system because it had not been done properly the first time, and the students were (as could be expected) less than thrilled about it. It’s no mean feat to dig down … Continue reading

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