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Things Learned So Far In Bogota

Since Thursday night I have been spending the time in Bogota with my parents and enjoying a massive but quite beautiful city.  I have not spend enough time here to develop anything close to serious insight, but as someone who … Continue reading

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Scenes From An Indian Restaurant

Since I did not know until fairly soon before the Feast of Tabernacles that I would be spending two days more in Suriname than I had originally planned, my options were somewhat limited, and I decide to get a hotel … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Big Book Of World Chess Championships

The Big Book Of World Chess Championships:  46 Title Fights – From Steinitz To Carlsen, by Andre Schulz One word review:  shenanigans.  In reading this book about the more than 100 years that there have been recognized world chess champions, … Continue reading

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American Airlines vs. Surinam Airlines: A Question Of Priorities

[Note:  This post was originally supposed to be published last night but on account of bad internet it was erased before being posted.] My recent trip from the United States to Suriname provides a useful chance to contrast the business … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: R. Stevie Moore

If you are like most people, you probably wonder who R. Stevie Moore is.  You probably wonder if he has any popular nicknames or if he was a part of a popular band, but neither of those is the case.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Building Suburbia

Building Suburbia:  Green Fields And Urban Growth:  1820-2000, by Dolores Hayden This book was intensely frustrating to read.  Indeed, this volume, which has about 250 pages of the author bloviating on topics related to the long history of suburban development … Continue reading

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Book Review: Den Of Thieves

Den Of Thieves:  The Psychopathology Of The Big 4 Banks:  The Memoirs Of A Millennial’s Wall Street Career, by Anthony Matthews [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Books Go Social.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fields Without Dreams

Fields Without Dreams:  Defending The Agrarian Idea, by Victor Davis Hanson Despite my mixed feelings about the author’s work, I find that he is rarely if ever more appealing than when he is talking about his life as a farmer.  … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Christopher Robin

Probably the worst part of this film is that some people may think that it tells even a based on a true story origin story for the beloved Winnie The Pooh series.  It doesn’t.  The real life Christopher Robin didn’t … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal For The Development Of Economic Infrastructure For Unpopular Businesses

For some time I have been deeply concerned about the attitude towards conservative companies by banks, which have increasingly added to their corrupt cronyist behavior a distinctly political angle in their hiring and investing that only adds to their ill … Continue reading

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