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What is best in Life?

Probably this:

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Well, I think I might be able to explain that one…

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, a psychological Defense Mechanism is …in psychoanalytic theory, any of a group of mental processes that enables the mind to reach compromise solutions to conflicts that it is unable to resolve. The process is usually unconscious, and the compromise generally involves concealing from oneself internal drives or feelings that threaten […]

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Just can’t help myself

I’ve been plugging along all semester in an online introductory IT class.  Now, it hasn’t been worthless; I’ve been exposed to quite a bit of stuff I didn’t know or was only vaguely familiar with, but the whole experience has been rather frustrating.  Feedback from the instructor has been minimal.  Out of assignments for 23 […]

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Tell me what you REALLY think

This is on a gun shop about 3 blocks from my house.

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PQRN and Torrents

SOPA. Crap. ‘Nuff said. Except it isn’t.  Massive outrage gets a temporary victory, but this will be back in another form as soon as the furor dies down a bit.  Meanwhile, Larry Correia has a great rant about SOPA and all the other stuff we’ve let happen.  Go read it.  It’s worth it to get […]

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Quote of the Day

From a video entitled “Questions you don’t have to ask Tea Partiers” Can you really change the world by blocking traffic?

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Beyond black flags and slitting throats

If , like me, you swim in the dark and troubled waters that are the fringes of the internet, you’ve probably seen the H.L. Mencken quote, Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats. I have an appreciation for Mencken (although I’m […]

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No one owes you, no one’s to blame…*

Odd bits from the last couple of days: The 50 most interesting articles on Wikipedia (via the Agitator).  Aside from the fact that I have no way of knowing whether they are, in fact, the most interesting, or whether there may be one or two out there which are more interesting but didn’t get included, […]

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The Halloween Quotefest (and assorted thoughts)

David Harsanyi points out that the King James Bible has just over 600 pages, Newton’s Principa Mathematica has 974 and the newest Health Care Insurance bill has more than 1900.  On the subject of the bill he says: You will, of course, need to be plastered to buy Pelosi’s fantastical proposition that 450,000 words of […]

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Separation anxiety

I grew up in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).  At one time I attended Phillips University, which was, in addition to a regular college, one of the seminaries for the denomination.  (As difficult as it is to imagine now, for those that know me, at one time I intended to become an ordained minister.)  […]

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