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Welcome back...again?

Hi, blog universe!

I haven’t been around in a very long time, despite a couple of attempts to get started writing my blog again.  The past two years have been quite stressful, and although writing probably would have been helpful, I just wasn’t able to get the oomph to do so.  54 more words


More than a Mile Deep

Samuel Ajayi Crowther would fit right in with More than a Mile Deep (MMD), Entrust’s ministry partner in Africa.

Ajayi Crowther was born in Nigeria in 1809, sold into slavery at about age 12, bound off to South America, freed before he got there by the British and returned to Sierra Leone (not his home country). 95 more words


Late night thoughts on DEFENSE

We can not escape biology, psychology or physics. We must be constantly aware of them and work not only around them, but with them. The “fight or flight” response may be one of the most foundational; but at times flight is not possible and it can be detrimental to combat. 126 more words


The UT Dallas eLearning team offers training workshops to faculty and staff on various educational technology tools. To browse through training offerings, PLEASE VISIT OUR TRAINING PAGE… 131 more words



I’m in the home stretch.  7 more weeks to go until BCBR.  And it’s always about this time when training for an event that I’m tried of training, tired of the structure of workouts, tired of packing for the next workout, eating right (mostly)… you get the picture. 140 more words

Mountain Bike

Range Trip - The NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Standards

In a blog post earlier this week, Robert discussed shooting the NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting standards as suggested by Claude Werner, the “Tactical Professor,” on his excellent eponymous blog. 895 more words

Concealed Carry

"Best day of my life!"

Tomorrow I’ll take my children to a coffee shop in front of their school where we’ll enjoy “Tully’s Friday.” Each Friday we leave the house a little early and we’ll go to Tully’s and order pastries and look up questions to some of life’s most difficult problems (recent examples include: what do you do if you work in a crane and need to go to the bathroom; why can’t we just throw all of Earth’s trash into a volcano) using Google and YouTube. 788 more words