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My grandfather, John E Stych, as a young man, spend some years in Malawi, Africa working for the mission efforts there. His time...

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Has anyone else noticed that with all the pandemic news, and other disasters, our free market system is actually quite fragile...

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There was a piece in our local news feed about a vet who, among other things, maintained that animals do not feel pain. This i...

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Supermarkets, we all use them. Once a week, maybe more often, we patrol up and down the asiles and load stuff into our trolleys,...

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See this hill? There is an side-on view and an end-on view. It looks like a hog-back ridge.

A hog back ridge is ca...

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Some years ago my mother gave me a watch, describing it as ‘Aunt Hettie’s watch’. I was pretty vague as to who ‘Aunt Hettie’ was...

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Anyone who has read any of my fiction will not be surprised to learn I like clambering over old ruins and finding out about how...

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I posted a while ago about a clever dog. Yesterday I came across another one. We had been for a walk and were nearly hom...

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A pattern seems to be emerging:

  1. There is an incident usually involving a gun or explosives. Multiple people die.
  2. There...

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Only a few years ago I had an ordinary job in the city and I commuted by bus. I took some interest in the buses I rode on and...

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