Daily Archives: August 6, 2018

Rodeado

Today was the kids’ rodeo [1] hosted by the pastor of our congregation, and I had the chance to arrive there somewhat early and leave somewhat late, as everything was winding down.  Being a bit hobbled still, I chose to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Economics Of Good And Evil

Economics of Good And Evil:  The Quest For Economic Meaning From Gilgamesh To Wall Street, by Tomas Sedlacek I read this book because it was mentioned so often in a book I read on strong towns that I figured it … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thoughts On Building Strong Towns: Volume III

Thoughts On Building Strong Towns:  Volume III, by Charles L. Marohn, Jr, et al I had deeply mixed feelings in reading this book, as my thoughts in general on the Strong Towns movement are deeply mixed [1].  On the one … Continue reading

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