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May 19th, 2019

Take a look at the image below:

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May 18th, 2019

Murderous Masturbating Men!

A few days ago, I tweeted this: #SNL has an awesome #Election2020 bumper sticker for

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May 17th, 2019

My father, who is almost 90 years old, helps out with the food prep by cutting vegetables.  A couple of months ago, when I was in India, one of those mornings when he was engaged in this work, for which he uses a dangerously rickety knife, well, that knife sliced a little bit of his skin.  After he cleaned it up,

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May 15th, 2019

A lovely essay this is; I hope it is not paywalled.The essay, which is about countries racing to "use" the moon as a pit-stop for their space ventures into the vast beyonds, concludes with a poem for children

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May 14th, 2019

Perhaps you are nodding your head in agreement with the title of this post: Work builds character.Are you sure?Let's suppose the work is with the mafia.  Does that work build character?  How about as a butcher?  A teacher? A soldier? A ...? You get my point.Perhaps you then

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May 12th, 2019

Killing animals for our purposes is what this post is about.  Take off now if you are convinced about this issue either way, or if denial is the way you deal with it.If you are continuing to read this post, it then means that you are like many of us, who have made an uneasy peace with how we treat animals.

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May 11th, 2019

Some of my colleagues think that I am against their left-leaning (in some cases way out left) politics just because I am not in their dues-paying organization.  If only they read even a couple of posts here at this b

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May 10th, 2019

Of course, I had no idea about writing until the first term of graduate school.  I am, therefore, sympathetic towards students, in particular, who are yet to figure out how to write, especially in their own v

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May 8th, 2019

After five weeks of misspelling my name, and me often pointing out the incorrect name, the student seems to have finally figured out how to spell my name.  But, at least this is a student who made that mistake.  A senior citizen takes the proverbial cake with how she butchered my name as "Shram."  I suppose I

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May 7th, 2019

The anti-vaccination minority seems to be getting louder and more powerful with every passing day.  These are some strange times when it is people in rich countries who are opposed to vaccines, when it us

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May 6th, 2019

Sunrise ... (to) ... Sunset

Ramadan began Sunday evening here in the US.Chances are that tRump has not tweeted--presidentially--about Ramadan.  After all, he is no Justin Trudeau, who said that in English and in

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May 5th, 2019

A month short of two years ago, I blogged about the difference between a religion and a cult, in which I referred to the old joke:Question: What's the difference between a religion and a cult?Answer: 200 year

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