Tag Archives: Photographs

Project 313 – Post No. 125

I don’t have much new to say about the current state of society. I mean, at the individual level it’s still fairly civil, especially if you stay off Twitter, Facebook, and the comment section of any articles or news stories. … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 124

In general, people are very bad at assessing risks. There are people spending extra money buying non-GMO organic locally grown lettuce and think nothing of driving over the speed limit or letting their car maintenance lapse.  In the year following … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 123

As people age, they often worry they’re losing their memory. The big worry is Alzheimer. I maintain that forgetfulness — at least a reasonable amount of it — is directly attributable to the fact each day we’re alive we learn … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 122

This is getting ridiculous . . . I’m now getting — on average — one request a day for “feedback”. Companies wanting to know if I’m satisfied, companies asking to rate my experience, companies asking for a piece of my … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 121

Sunday . . . traditionally a short post day.  I’m not one to buck traditions.

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Project 313 – Post No. 120

Some (no one, actually) might have noticed my lack of writing-related entries, new fiction, or even topics peripherally related to writing.  Well, I have some things to edit but have been putting it off. I also haven’t sent anything out … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 119

I recently had a common experience (for me) and coincidentally came across a phrase that describes it to near perfection . . . the phrase is “curse of original belief”. The way the phrase was used closely parallels the concept … Continue reading

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