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Like Cavemen Discovering Fire

Earlier today I had the chance to witness something very entertaining, and that is the glories of @pmt, or the function that one uses to calculate payments and compound interest. There were four people involved. Two of them were young … Continue reading

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What’s It Worth To You?

Before coming into work today I had a couple of medical appointments. First, there was a trip to LabCorps. I figured that with Covid happening as it is, that there would be better parking than usual, and to a certain … Continue reading

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It’s Hard To Say What You Mean

It is striking just how often communication becomes an issue in life. Today was, like many days for me, even as someone who does not necessarily interact with very many people personally over the course of day, a day that … Continue reading

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A Darkness That Can Be Felt

For the last few days I have been unable to retrieve books from the library because the bad air quality has closed down operations. 2020 has, as a year, presented a wide variety of issues and problems and the fires … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Weed Agency

The Weed Agency:  A Comic Tale Of Federal Bureaucracy Without Limits, by Jim Geraghty This is the sort of book that I could see being the inspiration for a movie, or perhaps even more hilariously, a sitcom about an obscure … Continue reading

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When Everything Fits Together

One of the most fortunate things that can happen when one is planning a message or doing songleading for services is when everything fits together. This does not always happen, although it is seldom the case that people devote their … Continue reading

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Ziply Fibber

Yesterday morning I was irritated when I woke up to find that I had no internet at home. This is an occasional experience but not a terribly common one, and I figured I would check it out when I got … Continue reading

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On The Power Of Habit: The CONCACAF Octogonal Of 2022

I do not tend to feel, personally, that I have the credibility to attack people for being creatures of habit. Every week, I go into the grocery store and buy basically the same food to eat at work for snacks … Continue reading

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The Unspoken Conversations

One of the things that fascinates me is conversations that are left unsaid.  And being a person who both talks a lot and does not talk nearly enough simultaneously, it is perhaps unsurprising that I would notice the unspoken conversations … Continue reading

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Travel Planning In The Time Of Coronavirus

Let me assure you that as a seasoned globetrotter that 2020 has presented some of the strangest situations as far as travel that I have yet to experience personally in seeking to make plans.  There is a passage in James … Continue reading

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