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Only The Shadow Knows

From time to time I get plenty of articles written about a phenomenon known as Shadow IT.  While the concept is not necessarily something that greatly bothers me, perhaps because I am a bit more jaded than most people when … Continue reading

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Liveblogging The Trip Home: FOT 2017

10/13/2017:  1:15PM AST:  Castries:  I have at various times [1] attempted to engage in various experiments in liveblogging, and with most of these experiences I have been rather dissatisfied for one reason or another.  For the most part, these live-blogging … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Antifa Handbook

The Antifa Handbook, by Allum Bokhara At times it is worthwhile to explain how it is that I come across a given book.  One of my fellow members of a group that discusses military history and its relationship to politics … Continue reading

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It Always Takes Longer Than It Should

Today we were scheduled to take a bus ride around the island of St. Lucia, and services were planned at 9AM, where I was songleading, so that we could leave at 11AM and get going and be back well before … Continue reading

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First Impressions of St. Lucia

I arrived in St. Lucia on a JetBlue flight and, without any warning, the back door of the plane was opened and those of us towards the rear of the aircraft (and I was in the third row from the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The 2017 Power Of Capitalism

The 2017 Power Of Capitalism, by Mark Bailey [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Author’s Den.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I have read a great many books that are contenders for the worst book … Continue reading

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Into The Sea

As I commented at some length about my own problems in flying to St. Lucia for the Feasts of Tabernacles this week, I figured it would be worthwhile to comment on the problems my mum and stepfather faced.  Due at … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Southern Cook Book Of Fine Old Recipes

The Southern Cook Book Of Fine Old Recipes, edited by Lillie Lustic, S. Claire Sondheim, and Sarah Rensel So, what do you get when you have a group of three Northern women writing a cookbook about Southern food that was … Continue reading

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From Out Of The Mouth Of Goats

Between May 2011 and September 2012, I was a teacher at a school for hill tribes teens and young adults in Northern Thailand just outside of the city of Chiang Mai.  During that time I gave a great many messages … Continue reading

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Video Review: Great Courses: The Secrets Of Mental Math

Great Courses:  The Secrets Of Mental Math, by Professor Arthur T. Benjamin The professor of this great course is something he considers a mathemagician, the sort of person who is deeply passionate about mathematics [1] as well as in countering … Continue reading

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