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On the Sunk Costs Fallacy

If you have the time and patience to read it, I highly recommend The Sunk Cost Fallacy by David McRaney. He uses the memorable obsession on Facebook called “Farmville” to demonstrate a serious flaw that arises from Western materialism. This … Continue reading

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The End of Religious Schlock

The cards are not in your favor, Christian bookstores; read `em and weep. I’m just enough iconoclast to appreciate the death of so-called Christian book stores. In the middle ages it was alleged relics of the New Testament figures and … Continue reading

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Decentralized Human Networking

It seems to me that I keep confronting human intransigence against God’s requirement to decentralize. Allow me to offer two examples. One: The Internet is by far the most democratizing influence on human society in history thus far. The very … Continue reading

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Blinders Firmly Strapped in Place

In light of the Muslim invasion of Europe, and all of the nasty fallout from it, I keep running across Western analysis that suggests the single biggest problem is that tribal folks aren’t altruistic the way Westerners are. This is, … Continue reading

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Put on the Crazy Suit

I don’t know where to start; this thing doesn’t have a tail or head. Look, you can think what you like about my notion that Creation is alive and we can talk to the animals and trees and grass and … Continue reading

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Rhetorical Smoke and Mirrors

One of the biggest lies told today is that people matter in our system. Aside from a few hyped policy matters, almost nothing in the US government agenda has changed one iota since the last election. Putin himself said as … Continue reading

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A Little More about the Trails

This was the view from the White Trail on the way down to the creek. It’s a little tough to shoot pictures while zipping around out there. However, this view was a high spot above the initial open field near … Continue reading

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