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Changing Each Other

Most of us are well aware of the (sometimes unpleasant) reality that the institutions we are a part of seek to change us. Through the sometime maladroit mean of carrots and sticks they seek to push and prod and motivate … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wisdom Of The Last Farmer

Wisdom Of The Last Farmer: Harvesting Legacies From The Land, by David Mas Masumoto This book is no more than half of an interesting conversation that one can find between authors like this one and authors like Victor Davis Hanson … Continue reading

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No Matter How The Dice Roll, Someone Else Always Gets To Call The Number

Is Drake a fan of the Bee Gees? We know, for example, that the Bee Gees were fans of the Beatles, enough to be a part of a pretty terrible movie made from one of their concept albums. One of … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened To Sky Ferreira?

When I was looking up information about Sky Ferreira’s debut album, I was struck by the familiarity of some of the names of people who were writing and producing her music with her. One name in particular stood out, only … Continue reading

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Big Oofs All Around

A few days ago, I first saw Applebee’s with a commercial that was based on the TikTok videos that helped a certain song that is widely loathed in the music critic circles I associate with called “Fancy Like” whose lyrics … Continue reading

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Wherefore Art Thou Sky West?

Yesterday I said some pretty nice things about Rapid City, and today I would likely to partly qualify that by talking about why it is that I got up at 3AM this morning to get ready and to go the … Continue reading

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Rapid City And The Importance Of Tourist Infrastructure

When one travels as often as I have, one notices that some areas are in denial about who they are as a city and other areas know who they are and make the most of it. Portland, for example, is … Continue reading

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Some Compromises Were Made

When a plane like the A321 is made, it has a certain number of windows on the side of the plane, and it is rather telling to see how the seating configuration of the airline itself lines up with this … Continue reading

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Book Review: New World, Inc

New World Inc.: The Making Of America By England’s Merchant Adventurers, by John Butman & Simon Targett While this book focuses on the New World and America in its title, it should be noted that this book is really more … Continue reading

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Product Review: Genomelink

With a variety of testing companies which seek to gain profits through marketing their information and analytics expertise to customers, where does Genomelink rank? As someone who is by no means unfamiliar with a variety of genetic testing, I have … Continue reading

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