Monthly Archives: January 2015

Vaccination

Comment to Sandi’s facebook page on vaccinations. It is a really difficult issue. I vaccinated both of my kids for the dangerous stuff. I have had all the shots that seemed useful to me, with no significant negative effects that … Continue reading

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Impressionism

A Twist on Impressionism What kind of impression have you made? Hi Laurie, I really question the “take only memories and leave only footprints” approach. I agree that our thoughtless leavings, the trash we often leave unthinkingly in our wake … Continue reading

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Crazy

24 Jan ’15 :Todays Q: CRAZY? This song contends that we’re never going to survive unless we get a little bit crazy. How sane are you? I’m not normal, and I am sane (as in OED definition – “Sound in … Continue reading

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Recreation

23 Jan ’15 :Todays Q: RECREATION? What is your favourite recreational (spare time) activity and what is about this activity that appeals to you? Like many others – what spare time – 😉 I make time for here. I make … Continue reading

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Clothes

22 Jan ’15 :Todays Q: CLOTHES? Where do you normally buy clothes (and do you prefer new or recycled)? I very rarely buy new clothes. People tend to give me T shirts for xmas and birthday – so haven’t bought … Continue reading

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Criticism

21 Jan ’15 :Todays Q: CRITICISM? How do you deal with criticism? Welcome it. Take it apart to its component parts. See what, if anything, is useful to make my model of reality more accurate, or any hint at new … Continue reading

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Thoughtless

20 Jan ’15 :Todays Q: THOUGHTLESS? Is it possible to exist without thought? As a short answer I would say only in a state of unconsciousness. And I use the Oxford definition of thought: The action or process of thinking; … Continue reading

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