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Inspector Simon Mart and the stolen matchsticks

Inspector Simon Mart looked at the old sign on the door of his office with his name: Inspector Mart, S. That his parents had bestowed just one initial on him, had been one of his life long irritations. 237 more words


Accelerated depreciation. Good for you, good for the Government?

As part of their centrepiece $5.5 billion small business package in the recent 2015-16 Budget, the Government announced it would allow businesses with under $2 million in turnover to immediately deduct the cost on every asset under $20,000 from the 2015 Budget through to the end of June 2017. 549 more words


The Flying Poetry Creation Contraption

Most people are not very creative. They are very good at doing what they’re told but are often stuck in neutral when they have to figure out what to do by themselves. 598 more words


Perspective: Getting Published!

In September 2010 I had a month being unemployed. To fend off idleness I started making a board game and have hardly gone a week without working on a game project since. 564 more words

Andrew Voigt

How is Truth Known?

In previous posts (with a helping hand from Norman Geisler and Frank Turek) I’ve shown why I think philosophers like David Hume and Immanuel Kant fail in their attempts to deny the concept of absolute, knowable truth. 689 more words


My Observations on Following the Crowd

Most humans naturally like to be together (in general).

When humans are feeling alone and scared, they gravitate to another person who can relate, or  996 more words

Observing the Power of an Assumption

“I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” – Abraham Maslow… 740 more words