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In accepting Doubt, I find Certainty

An Observation and a Prediction

Yes, this is about the election.  Sorry, but as is usual when I post here, I can’t not say what follows.  To be honest, I doubt much of this is not already stated elsewhere by others, but I’ve yet to see … Continue reading

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A lot more cycling

Just a quick update on my mileages. Since March 30 of 2015, my car currently has a little under 2900 miles on it.  Yes, I used my car even less last year than the year before. I also have cycled … Continue reading

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Politics, what is it for?

So I just tripped over a news story about Jeb Bush’s reaction to Pope Francis’ encyclical, you can find it here.  The relevant bit within it reads: Bush, a former Florida governor who converted to Catholicism 25 years ago, said religion … Continue reading

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A whole lot of cycling

So near the start of this year I bought a new car.  “What’s that to do with cycling?”, you might wonder. My old car had long established that it was costing more to maintain each year than I would, on average, spend on a … Continue reading

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We need the immigrants

So there are lots of reports in the news of late about the immigration of huge numbers of children from Central America (or thereabouts).  Many people argue for sending them back.  Others respond by pointing out these are mostly children, that fled here … Continue reading

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A Big Deal

First, a few quick status updates, if only because my blog as a whole tends to be lacking in that regard. I’ve been going to the gym for just about 2.5 years now.  I feel better for it, and those … Continue reading

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Self generated musing…

The path to wisdom is an endurance race against the sprinters of pride and arrogance, and when you cross the finish line, you lose.

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