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It’s Not Over Yet … — Filosofa’s Word

Three days ago, Trump supporters stormed the Capital building in Washington, destroyed public property, and caused the deaths of five people.  They were a mob, they fit every definition of domestic terrorists.  A few were arrested, and dozens more have since been identified and arrested, including the jerk who so proudly posed for a photo […]It’s … Continue reading It’s Not Over Yet … — Filosofa’s Word

The Week’s Best Cartoons: Hello 2021! — Filosofa’s Word

I find myself unable to write a post this afternoon.  The nightmares that have plagued both my sleep and waking hours have left me in a dark mood, down a rabbit hole, and anything I would write today would not be worth reading.  So, I turn instead to that lady who, every week, scours the […]The … Continue reading The Week’s Best Cartoons: Hello 2021! — Filosofa’s Word

The 12 Blogs Of Christmas #12 — Fractured Faith Blog

You will all be delighted to hear that this is my final festive post for 2020…even though it’s now 2021. You know what I mean. I’ve hopefully covered all the topics that were suggested to me, entertained you, and possibly even given you something to chew over. Although the amount of chewing I’ve done this […]The … Continue reading The 12 Blogs Of Christmas #12 — Fractured Faith Blog

Consider how REMARKABLE You Are (#SquareUp Day 3) — priorhouse blog

For today’s January Square-Up post, we are joining in with Deb’s One Word Sunday, which is giggle or gaggle.  We are going with “giggle” – because this large bootprint on the beach brought a giggle when I “lined up” my foot next to it.    This extra photo shows beach shoeprints/bootprints and it reminded me of Frank’s […]Consider … Continue reading Consider how REMARKABLE You Are (#SquareUp Day 3) — priorhouse blog

Astrology at the New York Times — Why Evolution Is True

In the past couple of days we’ve seen the Guardian tout astrology twice, and now the Globe and Mail. What I’d forgotten is that the New York Times has also been doing it occasionally—certainly more often than the Paper of Record should. For evidence, see Greg Mayer’s survey last year of the NYT’s treatment of […]Astrology … Continue reading Astrology at the New York Times — Why Evolution Is True