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Writing forces me to examine my views as cold words on a page.
My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
While I still can, I choose to share some for anyone who might find them useful, or perhaps just entertaining.
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Monthly Archives: March 2017
These days, divisiveness is the norm. Divisiveness bordering on — if not fully enshrined by — hate expressed in venomous comments by one party or group directed at another party or group; comments that dance on the edge of being … Continue reading
I’m tossing around a few ideas — story ideas — related to the eventual integration of robots into our society. When I say robot, most people think of intelligent robots, but I view the matters of intelligence as separate. Robots, … Continue reading
Ideas, opinions, and insight into the human condition stem from the flow of sensory and cognitive inputs crossing the path I travel. Occasionally, I feel like sharing them. The opinions, not the inputs; look up your own data. Yup! Another … Continue reading
Grab a coffee, a snack, and put on an adult diaper . . . this will be a long post. December 26, 2016, found me back on the shores of the Pine Tree Surfing Beach . . . which is … Continue reading
Seven years ago, March 19, 2010, this blog was born. I’ve done fairly involved anniversary posts before, but I’ve occasionally let the day slide with nary a peep. This will be one of them in-between posts; long enough to bother … Continue reading
When we moved last year, we faced the daunting task of disposing of almost all of our stuff. To give you an idea, when we moved from Michigan to Colorado, we shipped 17,000 pounds of stuff . . . and … Continue reading