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

Willoughby And Ferrars: Two Peas In A Pod

One of the more interesting aspects of the way that Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility has been portrayed is the different feelings and judgments people make towards two of its male characters. When Marianne falls passionately in love with Willoughby, … Continue reading

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They Don’t Care If You’re Hate Watching As Long As You’re Watching

This evening while I was eating dinner and watching, as is my custom, Thursday Night Football, I noticed that the television next to football was showing Game 3 of the WNBA championship. I must admit that while there was a … Continue reading

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Album Review: I Need You (LeAnn Rimes)

I Need You, by LeAnn Rimes After waiting some time after the initial start of the career retrospective for LeAnn Rimes, the rankdown has now come to this particular album, which was initially released for contractual obligations on LeAnn Rimes’ … Continue reading

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Outlining The Lipton Saga

Last year for my annual novella, I wrote about the beginning of the period of the Third Viscount Lipton, starting a saga in media res, where the middle-aged Viscount, newly installed with the title after the death of his elderly … Continue reading

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On The Provincialism Of Sports

It is said that there are two subjects about which one does not talk about–politics and religion–because they can cause such hostility among people, but we ought to add sports to this. Sports, and the sorts of teams that we … Continue reading

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The Biblical Value Of Social Truth: Part Three

[Note: Parts one and two may be found in the links included.] We asked a question earlier as to what is obligated of people when it comes to other people, and we answered that question via logic and reasoning dealing … Continue reading

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The Biblical Value Of Social Truth: Part Two

We closed the first part of our examination of social truth with the question of what can be done to rectify the situation we have found ourselves in where we demand much of others when it comes to respecting our … Continue reading

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The Biblical Value Of Social Truth: Part One

The noted fantasy author Lois McMaster Bujold argued that the difference between honor and reputation rested in the fact that honor was about one’s true character and reputation was what others thought of you. One of the notable aspects of … Continue reading

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A Little Politeness Goes A Long Way

I am generally amused when I am able to see the same set of facts from a variety of perspectives and come to a better judgment of what is going on, and today I found an example that was much … Continue reading

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Album Review: Different Man

Different Man, by Kane Brown Thus far I have been largely familiar with the successful career of Kane Brown as a singles artist, and it must be admitted that he has turned in some excellent singles that demonstrate he is … Continue reading

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