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Echoes of war.

There are times when I feel especially close to my father and grandfather. Given that there are days when I do the same job at the same time as they did, often with equipment they’d recognise, it’s probably not surprising. 1,064 more words

A Spork is a Spork, Of Course, Of Course and Nobody Eats With a Spork Of Course

…Unless, of course you’re at Taco Bell and that’s the only silverware they have and half the meat has fallen out of your Cheesey Gordita Crunch and you really want to eat it because you’ve been dying for some Taco Bell all day but then you use the spork and realize it’s a piece of shit that doesn’t do as good a job as either of its parental forms. 641 more words


Don't mess with us womenfolk

Zelda here.

First of all, some good news. Mother Cray is up an usin’ a walker.

The doctor an her physical therapist said she couldn’t do it, but then they found her standin’ up usin’ the bed for support, so they got her a walker. 348 more words

Just Thinkin'

ZeroHedge - Pitchforks, Brainwashing And The Mathematics Of Persuasive Deceit - 6 july 2014

Submitted by Ben Tanosborn

Affluence Economics: Low-Inflation and “Fool” Employment

Numbers don’t lie, the saying goes, but the have-liars are doing their numbers on the gullible have-nots… 106 more words


Trust me, I'm a professional

Disclaimer: I am not a professional. I am a single Christian woman who is tired of how people date each other in the Christian world.   993 more words

Is Revolution Coming To The US?

A couple of years ago or so, I included some quotes containing incendiary calls for action from what I considered respectable financial sources in a couple of my rants. 489 more words

When the Crops Fail

Choose Something Like a Star

Robert Frost

O Star (the fairest one in sight),
We grant your loftiness the right
To some obscurity of cloud— 142 more words