Archives: 2012 October

The Newest Lexington?

October 28th, 2012, No Comments

While checking up on the progress of Malala following her surgery in the UK, something odd occurred to me. That was a shot heard ’round the world.

The Value of Intellectual Property

October 27th, 2012, No Comments

This is a most bizarre posting but something very mysterious is happening to me. I’m in the process of writing a book but can’t quite get more than the initial 2 ½ chapters written. “Why?”, you may ask? Glad you did. The early chapters and outline keep getting stolen. Initial material was written along with […]

Open Letter to Malala Yousafzai

October 22nd, 2012, 2 Comments

Dear Malala, Your story personally touched me because I have been following the problems of special school children for a very long time. Your school in Pakistan was ‘special’ because it served girls. The schools I worked in while living in the state of New York (USA) were ‘special’ because they served students with learning […]

Yesterday has Arrived – Update on an Old Story about Smell-O-Phones

October 10th, 2012, No Comments

Much of this blog has been devoted to the subject of the misuse of chemicals which have adverse impacts upon human health. Back in 2007 I posted about an expected ‘innovation’ in I-Phone technology under the title of, “Smell-O-Phones; A fragrance coming VERY near you and your lungs”. This concerned the insertion of liquid material […]

A Sluice of Life

October 5th, 2012, No Comments

I’m still in the Netherlands trying to account for further missing items from my fast diminishing store of belongings. Europe and the U.S. are certainly crime ridden when travellers can’t hold onto communication devices or other media. Thus far, I’ve lost laptops, a word processor, cell-phones, headphones, MP-3 players/voice recorders and documents of various kinds. […]

Getting Your Zeez

October 4th, 2012, No Comments

I interrupt this blogging of my travel travails to ask the public when sleeping became illegal. I must have missed the memo which proclaimed one may only sleep for perhaps four hours per night and three hours is even better. Travel means spending many nights in different beds. Some people find this disorienting but I’m […]

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