Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Scarcest Commodity

Your attention. Advertisers have fought for it since the inception of mass media. With the advent of technology-driven social media, the fight is getting more intense by the minute. To me, it already seems overwhelming, but I suspect we ain’t … Continue reading

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Climatism Redux

There’s a lot of climate wisdom that doesn’t “add up”. Here’s a smattering: “Climate” is not a static system, construct or state of equilibrium. It has (provably) changed over many millenia and will continue to do so, regardless of human … Continue reading

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The Greatest Obscenity

The saga of Russell Williams is mostly over. All that remains is for him to sit out the remainder of his wretched, pathetic life in a protective custody jail environment. What lingers, though, is the shameful smell of how his … Continue reading

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The ‘Unreachables’

Is it ironic? Some of the most “hooked up” people I know also happen to be the most difficult to actually talk to. Despite all the social platform participation, having all the most up-to-date communication gadgets (and all the old … Continue reading

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