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Wub a Dub Dub

Monday, April 14, I went to the meeting of Bonner Springs Toastmasters, where I had volunteered to give an ‘Icebreaker’ speech, in which I was authentic. 181 more words



When contemplating the property uncertainty‏, as with knowledge, it turns out to be very difficult to provide an uncontentious analysis. Because of its many different conceptions and dimensions, the full value of uncertainty‏ is surprisingly hard to capture. 194 more words


Anchorman? More Like Stankorman, Am I Right?

Apparently, even though I’m going to be writing about a movie that hit theaters months ago, I should still write SPOILER ALERT because I’ll be talking about a film that some of you out there may not yet have seen and may yet be planning to see, so that I do not ruin your cinematic experience.   1,223 more words



Another day, another ridiculous blog post about it. Let me break down what I’m going to whine blog about so you can just skip to the stuff you want: Work, two books I read and the blogging challenges. 1,826 more words

Books Actually

I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by

~Douglas Adams


And Another Thing... (2009) Review

And Another Thing… is the continuation of the late Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s “Trilogy” except that it’s not written by Adams — being late and all. No, this installment is written by Eoin Colfer, who was approached to write the sixth in the series for two reasons: 1,649 more words


Babel Fish Anyone?

I have to apologise to those of you who had a two-lined post delivered to your inbox. This was technological incompetence on my part and happened because I am at the time of writing this on a mobile phone, undertaking a weekend’s bed-rest trying to heel ulcers on my feet. 672 more words