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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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On The Sorrows Of The Rentier Class

One of the irritations that has to be endured in the contemporary world is frequently having to listen to clueless leftists complain about capitalism when it comes to the behavior of companies like Billboard and their anticompetitive policies towards those … Continue reading

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Book Review: Super-Smart Shopping

Super-Smart Shopping: An Introduction To Financial Literacy, by Mattie Reynolds This book is an interesting one, a short book written for a young audience that seeks to encourage them on how to be smart shoppers. The book implies that young … Continue reading

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Book Review: Organize Your Genealogy

Organize Your Genealogy: Strategies And Solutions For Every Researcher, by Drew Smith In reading a book like this one I am of two minds, and they tend to work against each other as far as my appreciation of the book … Continue reading

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Book Review: This Blessed Earth

This Blessed Earth: A Year In The Life Of An American Farm, by Ted Genoways It is easy to see how this book could have been a lot better. The main issues with this book relate to the author as … Continue reading

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The Toxic Nature Of Hospitality

For a while now I have been deeply interested in reading information about travel and in watching the videos of world travelers whose interest mirrors my own and whose travels can give me ideas for things that can be accomplished … Continue reading

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An Offense Against The Dignity Of The Artist

Is it an offense against the dignity of an artist to make music that resonates with the general public? Is it demeaning to create songs that are melodic and pleasant to listen to and full of hooks that are catchy, … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Poo At Work

How To Poo At Work, by Mats & Enzo This is a book that one doesn’t want to like but one can easily identify with. Going to the bathroom at work is an aspect of contemporary culture that draws a … Continue reading

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The Triumph Of Meaningless Choices

Sometimes it does not matter what side one picks. One of the triumphs of contemporary American business culture is the way that an artificial conflict being pit between two sides to try to hype up hostility in fact serves the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ask

Ask, by Ryan Levesque This is the sort of book that could most easily be seen as a mixture of memoir and sales pitch, and if that sounds appealing to you, this is a book that is certainly interesting. I … Continue reading

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