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Monthly Archives

/ Archives / (dated fictitious 1995 date) In God’s Name 20199 07 21 My Mac got an infection. My Mac guy wiped the Mac clean, restoroed my data Back and forth, it took a couple of days. n the meantime … Continue reading

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Monthly

Monthly: scrapbook: reborn each month (Monthly Note follows below) Darkness Enchroacheth 2018 08 15 I drafted a word or two on golf, on Tiger climbing back up, one how humans delude themselves about their competence on thing after thing … … Continue reading

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Ethnic Minority

/ Culture / Ethnic Minority 2018 05 18 pk is all German on my father’s side, half German on my mothers. The remaining half on my mother’s side is British: Engish. That’s the proud half: the Scottish side: a half … Continue reading

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Designer Identities

/ Culture / Custom Forensics Everyday now some Yahoo article chases you into a corner, you can’t duck it, can’t get rid of it. This morning there was one on actors chaning their names from Jewish to WASP: Isador Cohen … Continue reading

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Grope Log

/ Society / Survival / Culture / The gal reporter gets groped while on the air: she whaps the guy with her mic! I remember a friend’s mother proudly reporting that she had been groped on a street in Italy, … Continue reading

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Male Man

/ Science / 2018 05 03 Yahoo Headline: What It Means to “Dead-Name” a Transgender Person, and Why You Should Stop https://www.yahoo.com/celebrity/m/33478c5a-23a9-37b1-b17d-50059170e4cd/ss_what-it-means-to-%22dead-name%22.html What the hell is a transgender person? Is this a question for the man in the street? for … Continue reading

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Stormy Rule Change

/ Teaching / Society / Survival / Culture / 2018 04 30 Bucky Fuller used to say that the world comes without an instruction manual. By the time we figure a rule out, typically the rule has changed. I suspect … Continue reading

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