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DIY Glory Shine

Do it yourself; don’t trust outsiders. This is the watchword for our time. If you need to do a certain thing, make darned sure you cannot do it before you contract it out. Even if it’s actually cheaper and better … Continue reading

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The Limits of “Virtual”

I can’t tell people what to do. I can tell people how I decide what I do for me, and hope that gives you some clues so you can decide for yourself. Twice in just a few weeks, the Northern … Continue reading

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Guard Your Hearts and Minds

We still need more lore. Some of what I’ve written before seems to warrant a review. Maybe if I say it again differently, it’ll catch on. If you read any kind of epic fiction or watch movies, or maybe play … Continue reading

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Too Late for Regret

I’m ready. Having spent this long listening to the convictions in my heart, I can’t go back. At whatever cost, I’m staying on this path. On the one hand, I could arrange for your inspection a list of proofs that … Continue reading

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Still No Apocalypse

First, let me refer you to an article that might be worth your time: There’s no meat left on that bone. There isn’t even a bone left. There’s only a debt-ridden mirage of a bone. If you’re looking to define … Continue reading

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Watch How God Works

There are multiple revolutions taking place all at once. The most dangerous ones are in virtual space. On the one hand, you should expect to see some very serious efforts at Internet censorship during the Trump administration. On the other … Continue reading

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Equipment Update

Just so you’ll know, because some of you care… Someone has come forward with a donation for a replacement recliner chair. I’ve called the chosen vendor (Mathis Brothers — they have a long history in this city) and I’ve contacted … Continue reading

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