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Wants vs. Needs and Communication

 “We seldom think of what we have but always of what we lack.”— Arthur SchopenhauerLately I’ve been thinking of the camera I don’t have.  Every time I consider blogging, I realize that I can’t add pictures, and it sort of … Continue reading

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Amusing Facts

 One thing that I found interesting Postman’s book was the idea that since books and magazines have become plentiful, information out of context has become a normal part of our lives.  Earlier in history, people knew about the things that … Continue reading

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 The less you know, the more you think you know, because you don’t know you don’t know.– Ray Stevens Well, I finished the book Amusing Ourselves to Death a few days ago, and I ended up with about ten pages … Continue reading

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Instant Communication–Back to the Old Ways?

  A few months ago, I ranted about technology and communication and how different things are than they used to be.  Read the previous posts here and here  By chance, this evening I happened onto a talk about that very subject that shares … Continue reading

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Marriage Crash And Pride

  One of my little gifts this week was intercepting a glance and slight smile between a married couple that obviously was communicating a special secret, something the rest of us couldn’t share.  Those moments are lovely to see, since … Continue reading

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Do You Know Your Friends?

Maybe it was the time I called my son on his cell phone to tell him to keep the noise down upstairs. Or perhaps it was the day I saw my daughter and her friend, one at the desk and … Continue reading

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Profoundly Hilarious

That’s the rating I decided on for Wussification.  I think this guy has a real gift for being totally hilarious, while still making some very important statements–something most people just aren’t able to successfully combine.  He had a few thoughts … Continue reading

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