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November 11th, 2018

Arcimoto is a company based in Eugene, Oregon that has been working on the design and production of a three-wheeled electric motorcycle since its founding in November 2007. I plunked down a $100 pre-order deposit in October 2015, so I've...

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November 10th, 2018

Last month I shared a critical Amazon reader review of John Gray's book, Seven Types of Atheism, in a blog post: "Great review of 'Seven Types of Atheism' by someone who hasn't read the book." I said in the post...

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November 9th, 2018

Here’s a vintners secret: Winter may be the best time to visit Oregon’s wine country. After the final grape clusters are plucked from the vines, the whole tempo slows down. The days may be short and the rain may drizzle, but the gray months between the emptying of the last harvest bin and the first bud break offers a

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November 8th, 2018

Here's a big question, one of the biggest when it comes to understanding reality and how religions typically view what it means to be human: Do we have a self? Or adding an (important) capital letter, Do we have a...

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November 7th, 2018

The Klamath Basin is a land of legacy; it's a marvel to behold. Take a tour of the county for a cultural experience you won’t soon forget. The post A Road Trip Through Klamath Basin History appear

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Take a tour of Klamath’s tastemakers to reap the rewards of these special farming communities. The post Get a Taste of the Klamath Basin appeared first on

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Here, where the sun shines 300 days a year, routes weave through farmlands and high-desert landscapes, over mountain passes and between historic communities. The post Cycling the Kl

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November 5th, 2018

Along with other progressives, I'm trying to tread a middle way between undue optimism and excessive pessimism regarding tomorrow's Super Duper Important midterm election. But after getting a politically-oriented phone call this evening from my daughter Celeste, who lives in...

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November 4th, 2018

On Having No Head is a book by D.E. Harding. I'd bought and read it quite a few years ago. Then, when I needed to weed out unwanted books to make room for more, On Having No Head was given...

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November 1st, 2018

This comment interchange on a recent post begs for further discussion. Which I'll start off below after sharing a screenshot of the interchange. Taking JB's second comment first, I understand why he feels this way -- that this blog is...

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October 31st, 2018

How to explore this world-renowned destination after peak-season crowds have gone. The post Smith Rock in the Winter appeared first on Travel Oregon.

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Good arguments against the existence of God and the supernatural are worth sharing twice. So here's what I shared a few years ago in "No dragon in the garage. Also, no God in heaven." This morning I came across this...

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October 30th, 2018

I love my MacBook Pro. Like most Apple products, almost all of the time it works great. I no longer fear major operating system upgrades, like I did when I was a Windows user many years ago. The "blue screen...

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October 29th, 2018

When I first heard of John Gray's book, "Seven Types of Atheism," I thought I'd be interested in it. But after reading some reviews, I decided against buying it. (For example, see here and here.) In another post I'll have...

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October 28th, 2018

For political junkies like me, Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight.com web site is a treasure trove of election prediction delights. It's beautifully designed, statistically sophisticated, and a good way to learn statistical principles without actually taking a course. In this post I'm...

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