This is Week 34 of Odd Prompts. Things in life are moving forward and simultaneously appearing to stand still. I am successfully working through some writing blocks on my current work in progress. Book Three of the Academic Magic series is getting there. The goal is to have that one and hopefully one other one out in time for Christmas. That means, butt in chair and fingers on keyboard.Continue reading “Dream Job”
This is a very good discussion about age-appropriate literature and dealing with school reading lists. I recommend this for everyone, whether or not you have school-age children.
Writing the post the other day got me thinking about the right to privacy. There is no explicitly stated right to privacy in the Constitution. What is in there are several amendments that have been used in landmark (and less than landmark) cases to define a right to privacy for U.S. citizens against government intrusion. And each of these amendments and cases are where we can find the Constitutional protections against mandatory vaccination and vaccine passports.Continue reading “Friday Thoughts: A Right to Privacy?”
Rights and freedoms might get hidden at times, but they’re always there. There is a lot of talk these days from government entities and media about “giving back” or “getting back” freedoms if the hoi polloi would just get vaccinated. The government in New South Wales (Australia) just announced that vaccinated people would “be given new freedoms” starting September 13. Be good little boys and girls, and we’ll let you go outside for an extra hour! Won’t that be fun! As I said elsewhere, Dear Aussies – Y’all need to take your country back.Continue reading “Freedoms and Rights”
Summer wanes and autumn approaches. Not that you’d know it with the heat we’re having. But the days are getting shorter, even if it’s still a sauna out there. Henri the storm is moving through as well but hasn’t hit as hard here, fortunately. Today was the second year in a row that I haven’t been on campus for the start of the school year. A few years ago, I thought that I’d miss it a great deal. In reality, I don’t. I’ve made the right decision.Continue reading “Surprise!”
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Why are people deemed intelligent enough to have a discussion with doctors about all kinds of drugs to treat everything from the heartbreak of psoriasis to ulcerative colitis to Crohn’s Disease to psoriatic arthritis to whatever but are viewed as less than minimally intelligent if they ask questions about Wuflu vaccines?Continue reading “Ask Your Doctor About…”
Who has it better?
The on-going indoctrination of young women in the United States has them believing that this is one of the worst places in the world to be a woman. What kind of messed up perspectives are they being sold?Continue reading “Women at Home and Abroad”
Mid-August…where is the summer going? And here we are in Week 32 of More Odds Than Ends prompts. I’m still feeling like I’m in some sort of weird stasis, but I think I’ve finally broken out of my writing slump. Sitting here next to a cat who’s simultaneously purring and snoring (interesting combo), I came to the realization that while I enjoy this type of writing (creative) far more than I ever enjoyed writing any of my research, my writing process is pretty much the same.Continue reading “Camera Oddities”
The View From Rural Japan – a Guest Post By Francis Turner As the real wuflu pandemic fades away, even though the control freaks try to keep the fear alive, it’s probably useful to look…
Source: Guest Post By Francis Turner
Japan has handled all things Wuflu similarly and yet differently than the U.S. Check out the view from the ground in Japan.