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“No Place to Hide” by Lynette Eason

It’s not often that I read a book that just gets better with each page turn.  “No Place to Hide” by Lynette Eason is that kind of book.  130 more words

Book Review

5* Review of Germ Warfare (of the Corporate Kind) By Noel Warnell #OfficeSpace #Books

Blurb (From Amazon, Kindle version)

The corporate world is sick. It’s full of disease and suffering. Even the bravest, brightest people are being infected despite having strong immune systems. 402 more words

Posts For Readers

Ebola, the Great Apes, and the Danger to Bigfoot

This NY Post article describes the destruction the Ebola virus has wreaked against apes in Africa:

“Ebola poses the greatest threat to the survival of our nearest cousins — gorillas and chimps, a third of which have died from the deadly virus since the 1990s. 148 more words


Spanish Intelligence Reveals ISIS Ebola Plot

Isis Wants To Spread Ebola: Security Chief

” The Spanish government is taking seriously discussions in internet chat rooms on how terrorists could use biological weapons including Ebola in its war against the West, a top official said in parliament on Wednesday.

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The Law Of Diminishing Returns

The American education system has been criticized for many shortcomings. None could be any more important that the short shrift of the Law of Diminishing Returns. 560 more words

2008 Election

A Bug's Life (what you can't see CAN hurt you)

I’ll be the first to admit that I love dirt.  I like the smell of freshly plowed fields. I love to play in the mud. I even like mud pie…the ice cream kind :)  What I do not like is dirty teeth. 346 more words

RANT: ‘poor mans nuke’ ... ... ebola


Further fun with ebola
Posted on October 12, 2014

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I’m still waiting for some troubled loner to grab a diaper from the Sierra Leone isolation ward, mail it to his sleeper cell in Virginia, and start smearing it all over doorknobs on Capitol Hill. 50 more words