Monthly Archives: November 2013


A lot of us have time off for Thanksgiving.  Everything’s closed and we’re stuffed full of turkey and dressing.  That leaves us with a problem — what are we going to do with ourselves?  We need something to do! You … Continue reading

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A Walmart Thanksgiving

If you’ve been keeping up with the news, left-leaning organizations have been attacking Wal-mart over the low wages they pay their employees.  They’re earning billions of dollars ($15~16 billion this year) in profits, yet even their full-time workers are on … Continue reading

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Brave New World

Have any of you read Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World?  I want to spend a little time and reflect on some of the themes in the book. It takes place in the year 2540, far in the future.  We’re … Continue reading

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Musings On Romance

I’m about to mix philosophy, romance, and love into one post.  Brace yourselves. I’ll begin by contrasting two different schools of thought which underlie everyone’s views on love these days.  Most people are some blend of the Romantic school of … Continue reading

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War Is Stupid

Just a few days ago I was in the Missouri S&T Physics building looking at fliers on the walls.  The U.S. Department of Defense offers these spectacular scholarship programs for the best scientists and engineers which will pay you a … Continue reading

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