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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

Observations

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

History

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

Notary

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

Observations

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

War

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