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Book Review: The i Factor

The i Factor:  How Building A Great Relationship With Yourself Is The Key To A Happy, Successful Life, by Van Moody [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Child Whisperer

The Child Whisperer:  The Ultimate Handbook For Raising Happy, Successful, Cooperative Children, by Carol Tuttle This book is one of a set of books about personality theory relating to children that I was recommended by a friend of mine.  Being … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

As a child growing up, there were frequently various exercises that tested the abilities of readers looking at two pictures side by side to be able to tell the differences between them.  This is not merely a game, for it … Continue reading

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Into A Void Of Silence

When I am going silent for any reason for any particular period of time, I feel it necessary to justify and explain myself, lest people wonder what is going on, or lest any opportunity for misunderstanding result from my not … Continue reading

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A Circle Can’t Fit Where A Square Should Be

As human beings, one of the qualities that defines us is our love of simplicity.  It is, for example, a terrible cliche that is often visited upon readers and listeners that we speak of square pegs and round holes and … Continue reading

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It Looks Much Different In The Daylight

Yesterday evening as I was briefly trying to clean out the junk from my inbox in the short time I was online before trying to sleep, I saw a message from the festival coordinator, who reminded us to focus on … Continue reading

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Your Life As A Crime Scene

Recently I read and reviewed a book that sought to compare computer code to a crime scene and conduct a forensic study of that code to gain insight [1].  I found the book to be a worthwhile one, and the … Continue reading

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It Seems So Out Of Context In This Gaudy Apartment Complex

It is well known that I have a taste for somewhat racy gangsta jokes [1], and this sort of joke can easily go over the wrong way.  After all, there are few people more conspicuously white as I am, to … Continue reading

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Hidden In Plain Sight

From time to time, I am greatly amused and intrigued by the matters of secret societies, despite not being the most obvious choice of person to be capable with anything involving secrets [1].  I often enjoy amusing friends of mine … Continue reading

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The Thug Life Chose Me

Earlier today [Author’s Note:  Thursday] at work, one of my coworkers sent me a list of thoughtful statements about what sort of qualities are connected with intellect.  The list included some that make a great deal of sense—a messy desk as … Continue reading

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