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About nathanalbright

I'm a person with diverse interests who loves to read. If you want to know something about me, just ask.

It’s Not Hard To Be Humble

One of the most important aspects of life is the ability of dealing with external authorities. And, similarly, one of the most worrisome tendencies of contemporary life is the growing lack of interest of people in having authorities that are … Continue reading

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Leaden Feet

Most of the time one only cares about a lead foot when it goes one into problems. I did a fair amount of driving yesterday, most of which were at pretty high speeds, but managed to avoid any close encounters … Continue reading

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Album Review: Why Not Me

Why Not Me, by the Judds Sometimes you don’t appreciate an artist fully until they are no longer around. While the Judds only released six studio albums between the mid 1980’s and the early 1990’s, when Winona Judd started her … Continue reading

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Professional Discourtesy

There is an old joke about a shark refusing to eat a lawyer in the sea because of professional courtesy. In not all cases do we find professional courtesy that is granted where we might expect it to be. For … Continue reading

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Don’t Believe Your Eyes

One of the more intriguing trends that one can see in contemporary music videos (and in contemporary communication) is the popularity of the deepfake. There are essentially two general ways in which people can try to create a deepfake. The … Continue reading

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Believe The Evidence

Like many people, I have an interest in celebrity trials. This is not because such trials are consequential on their own–they are not–nor because celebrities are often worthwhile people, because most of the time they are not, but rather because … Continue reading

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Desperate Measures

It is our grave misfortune to be in a situation where desperation lies all around. A corrupt political class within the United States (known affectionately as the uniparty) appears to have decided that Ukraine is a suitable country to engage … Continue reading

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Constitutions For The Territories

One of the personal questions that I hope to gain some insight on in my upcoming trip to various American territories is the question of the way that locals seem to feel about their status within the United States. Americans … Continue reading

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One Clear Voice

One of the more fascinating elements of communication to me is the question of voice. As a writer and speaker, I have a strong personal style that makes it so that those people who know me personally can understand from … Continue reading

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On The Boundaries Of The Sabbath: Part One

[The following is the prepared text for a sermon given to the UCG congregation in the Dalles on Sabbath, May 7, 2022.] Once upon a time, I read a book that was called Leisure: The Basis Of Culture, which discussed … Continue reading

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