Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Memorial Day For Afghanistan

I just got done reading an article by John Walsh, a scientist, which is entitled ‘The Prettification Of War: A Big Dose Of Servile Journalism for Memorial Day‘.  I couldn’t agree with him more.  Here are some excerpts: “Sunday’s NYT, … Continue reading

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Why Men Like Large Breasts And Blonde Bombshells

Why do men prefer women with large breasts, skinny waistlines, blonde hair, and blue eyes?  Study after study shows that men prefer women who look this way, but why?  Is it random?  No.  Like everything in life, there’s always a … Continue reading

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The Conquest Of Happiness

I like this… I THINK I could turn and live with animals, they are so placid and self-contained, I stand and look at them long and long. They do not sweat and whine about their condition, They do not lie … Continue reading

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Deficit Financing, Inflation, and Keynesian Economics

A few days ago I wrote about how nothing in this world is random.  Well, when you go to the store and prices continue to rise, college costs soar to new heights, and home prices bloat, none of that is … Continue reading

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Nothing Is Random

I’m amazed at how nothing in this world is random.  I was listening to a professor of geophysics compare the rocks in a creek bed to a Sherlock Holmes novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  If you have an astute … Continue reading

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