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Buster’s Blog - Transition: Bunk to Work - 24 July 2017

As legions of my loyal readers are well aware, old pap and I have been lamenting the fallacies which have crept into our very way of life over the last several decades, right here in our good old U.S.of A. 347 more words

Politics

How Much Can I Tow With My Truck?

Saw a couple of YouTube videos on how much can I tow.

Ah, I lost the other video, but that’s ok.

The two guys who did them; one was a truck/RV expert, the other was a person just doing videos about the various aspects of RVing. 569 more words

Travel

Things That Have Gone This Week - 7

This week has seen another 6 items of clothing leave my possession and I gave away a large roll of carpet on Freecycle! All of the above items were purchased second hand and I profited on every single one, as I paid reasonable prices for them. 71 more words

Minimalism

evolution redefined...

there are
steel butterflies
on the wall
put there
to
soften
the crude
commercial context
of
their creation
and
there’s no need
to catalog
their specific… 19 more words

Poetry

Saturday Endurance at IKEA or The Running of the Ikitarod

The Boffin and I spent the morning at IKEA. A Saturday morning. This is something we rarely do for good reasons. He has more patience for the IKEA Saturday crowd than I do. 825 more words

Humor

Brueggemann on money and possessions

The church has long been haunted by a dualism … But the Bible eschews every dualism and asserts the materiality of creation over which God generously presides.

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Justice