Daily Archives: August 7, 2014

An Honest Man Is Always A Child

Among the more curious and enigmatic quotes that I read about today [1] was the following quote from Socrates, “An honest man is always a child.” As I sometimes do, I wanted to see what other people thought about this … Continue reading

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Fragmented Book Reviews: Part Two

As I figured, reading with a Kindle makes the reading of small and free e-books very feasible, but rather than flood my blog with a lot of book reviews of these short books, I thought it would be worthwhile to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Halfway Home

Halfway Home, by Hugh Howey This book was loaned to me by a friend of mine who had not read the novel first, and given that I tend to over-analyze the reasons I am loaned a book [1], this was … Continue reading

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Just For A Moment, Let’s Be Still

One of my favorite commercials for Cruzan rum contains a wise parrot who says that only bad news travels quickly, and features two obviously compatible people with a shared love for kittens and genuinely sweet personalities taking advantage of the … Continue reading

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