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Seems to me that some modicum of honesty is requisite to intelligence. If we look in the mirror and see not kleptocrats but Christians, we’re still in the same old trouble.

Vision Scrapbook

/ Stories / Themes / Low Vision Lighthouse 2019 04 06 I was told I had early-onset macular degeneration twenty five years ago. It didn’t bother me appreciably till the lat few years. About a year ago The Lighthouse called … Continue reading

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Monthly: scrapbook: reborn each month (Monthly Note follows below) Jog Log 2018 04 16 I walked, jogged, and ran when I was dieting a decade or so ago: 2006ish. I’ve done crunches sporatially since: and walked, and biked; but not … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 1

/ Movies / Businesslike Beauty 2017 03 19 Jan and I willl watch Les Damoiselles de Rochefort, Jacques Demi, this evening. I’m really looking forward to it: Catherine Deneuve, Françoise Dorléac, Jean Kelly … Michel LeGrand. I’m reminded of a … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 3

/ Movies / Precedent, Tradition You’re supposed to be able to speak in confidence to your lawyer. Even older than legal traditions is the medical tradition of the Hippocratic Oath. I trust doctors about as much as I trust David … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 2

/ Movies / Mesrine: Killer Instinct 2016 04 17 In the 1960s I adored Jean-Pierre Cassel, especially The Love Game, loved Philippe de Broca too. As the decades passed I saw Jean-Pierre Cassel in more mature roles: good but not … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 0

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: & / Personal / Chat / Favorites / Art / Movies / I babble a great deal about movies, as well as many other things: music, art, lit … politics, science. In … Continue reading

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Christmas Bankrupt

Decentralization / Deschooling / A series of relatable memories just cascaded me. In high school, 1950s, I heard that the company that had won the contract to construct the UN building on the East River had gone bankrupt before the … Continue reading

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