Category Archives: Capitalism

On Building Heaven on Earth

Busy! Busy! Busy! We are all so very busy building our own personal Heaven on Earth. But soon the hand of the Almighty reaches down from the clouds, pinches you by the scruff of the neck and lifts you away, … Continue reading

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The Mad Bomber

Daily I find myself in two constant states; simultaneously one of both composition and decomposition. Getting old, my body is quite naturally in a state of slow decomposition while my mind on the other hand is forever aswirl in a … Continue reading

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Just Foolin’ Around

You know how, when you do an internet search for something your search is duly noted and for several days afterward you are bombarded by ads for the same or similar products? After a while it gets rather annoying to … Continue reading

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Some’s Cleverer Than Others

The hackers are at it again! With a little time and effort you can become a hacker too. You can hack your own telephone’s Caller ID and with a bit more research you can even hack others’ as well. This … Continue reading

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Who are The Aggressors?

  Who are the aggressors? Historically, we are. On a personal, psychological level we all, male and female, have an ego; and by its very nature the ego is aggressive. But as a matter of U.S. military history the aggressors … Continue reading

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A Secret Admirer

She got a bouquet of a dozen roses from a secret admirer for Valentine’s Day. Two weeks later she still doesn’t know who sent them. Sure, she’s a good looking young woman from head to toe; but she works in … Continue reading

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Dancing with the Dead

Life can be measured in many ways – chronological time is but one. Using the biblical allotment of three score and ten as a benchmark and allowing eight hours of sleep to prevent going completely mad; we measure out our … Continue reading

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