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Psi Phi Society Meeting

Yesterday we held our Psi Phi (ΨΦ) Society Discussion Group held our meeting at a local steak house…..It is a group of 6-10 members that meet occasionally to have a great steak and a good discussion. 517 more words


This Little Britain

-How One Small Country Built the Modern World-

By Harry Bingham – A book Review

This read is a must for all Brits, and if you are naturally curious about the behavior, both past and present, of your global neighbors, then it’s a must for you too. 317 more words


Notary History

Notary History

The origins of Notaries can be traced to ancient Egypt — a time when making records official transactions became important to humanity. The following are a few snapshots of how Notaries and notarization played a key role in the development of governments, commerce and organized society: 1,384 more words


They All Fall Down

It appears that we are once again ass deep in the civil rights thing from years ago….and as always we are re-fighting the Civil War….the thing now is that to ward off any possible source for protests governments are deciding to remove the statues of so-called “heroes” of the Civil War….you know people like Lee, Forrest, etc…. 171 more words


Worst Military Leaders in History

I feel I have been amiss in my duty for not including more history in my daily posts……I will try to change that oversight on my part. 379 more words


The Dakota Building - New York City

A few days ago, as I was perusing books for my August TBR, I came across The Address by Fiona Davis, the author of the Dollhouse, I could not resist but request to be sent a copy for review.   236 more words

Fiona Davis