“Identity Theft”

It is truly amazing that we now have a crime that is referred to as   “identity theft.” Impersonation is a very old scam,   but the ridiculous way we now “identify” people had led to this current problem. I am among those included in the latest breach of data from Anthem   (Blue Cross […]

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What is worth posting?

Anyone who blogs should ask this question frequently. What is worth a reader’s time? The answer is found more in how the post is written, rather than in the subject matter. A well-written post on a mundane matter is better than a poorly-written post on an interesting topic. So, I have this fabulous trip to […]

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Following directions

Seems to be a lot of “following directions” lately. Lots of reading, making checklists, and asking for help as needed. Evaluations for Contextual Education. Getting started in the Ministerial Fellowship process. A round of antibiotics for my son. All necessary parts of the blessings of my life, and a great opportunities for spiritual growth. Also […]

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Yea vs. Yay (and vs. Yeah)

So, three words, homophones, where a homonym  would work perfectly well. Okay, “yeah” is  pronounced  a bit differently. As I understand it: Yea = an affirmative vote. Rhymes with, but opposite to, “nay.” Yay = I’m really happy Yeah = a slacker’s “yes” Would the use of the wrong one ever be misinterpreted? Yea… or […]

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