Monthly Archives: October 2018

Halloween Memories

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Moloch:

The evil US pipe bomb suspect as he is now traditionally being identified by the Jewish people. He is so evil that he cannot be personally named except by the traditional one descriptor of evil within Jewish culture. The horrific … Continue reading

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Another Dangerous US Job:

Postal worker as the pipe bombs arrive.

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Good dentists, eye surgeons, and knee or hip surgeons

are the best arguments for specialization today.

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More US Domestic Violence Madness:

2 blacks killed in Kentucky trying to buy school supplies.

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Dead Poets Stroll Yesterday

(a true gentle man, a master teacher, the former head of Edmonton Catholic’s ELA, past president of ELAC, poet and playwright, co-author of some 40+ textbooks and teacher’s guides, close personal witty friend who died too young at 60 in … Continue reading

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To be a teacher

is to serve children and youths, to serve the community and society, and to maintain civility and other aspects of civilization. No question that teaching is a worthy, worthwhile higher calling like being a doctor, nurse, dentist, police worker, and … Continue reading

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The suffering of kids and animals

is hard to take. Many adults lack perspectives on their own problems contrasted with those of suffering kids and animals.

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October 25

“You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments when you have really lived, are the moments when you have done things in a spirit of love.” –Henry Drummond “See it big, and keep it simple.” … Continue reading

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Quotes de jour

Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials. –Lin Yutang The simplest things are often the truest. –Richard Bach We still … Continue reading

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