Category Archives: Philosophy

Cars Are More Dangerous Than Guns

I really don’t understand the horror some people have for guns. Really, they should be afraid of driving. I have contended for a long time that cars and trucks and other moving vehicles are far more deadly than guns which … Continue reading

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Things That Annoy Me

Things that annoy me, in no particular order: > The phone system is smart enough to know you need to put a 1 in front of that number, but it is too stupid to do it for you. > Bicycle … Continue reading

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Easter

Easter is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. It looks to be a beautiful day, here, come Sunday. Today I’m going to mow again, so tomorrow the yard will be as nice as it ever gets. Our yard was … Continue reading

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Another Quote of the Day

Robert A. Heinlein said, in the “Notebooks of Lazarus Long”: “Political tags — such as royalist, communist, democrat, populist, fascist, liberal, conservative, and so forth — are never basic criteria. The human race divides politically into those who want people … Continue reading

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Random Quotes of the Day

Wandering around the net, I snagged a few quotes I happen to like. Many of them are gun-related, but I like the philosophy presented by all of them: ‘‘Four out of five politicians surveyed prefer unarmed, ignorant peasants.’’ — Unknown … Continue reading

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Politics

I do not usually post about politics on this blog, but I would like to invite you to go read my most recent post over on Popgun’s World, my political blog. It just might possibly be the most important entry … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

We’ve had a pretty good Thanksgiving. Texas Grandma and I have many things to be truly thankful for. Salvation. Each other. A most amazing family, that is always glad to see us – that’s a real blessing, there. (By the … Continue reading

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