Monthly Archives: August 2018

Impossible Mission: Regime Change

The Impossible Missions Force The term ‘black ops’ is more common now than when this television show premiered in 1966. And there seemed something ‘real’ about it, even though it was supposed to be a fantasy. Especially the opening sequence … Continue reading

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Who Fell in the Garden of Eden?

Read it Backwards I had a flash of inspiration yesterday when writing out the above phrase on Messenger: what if we reversed the words? English is a hybrid of other languages and yet it seems to be the standard for … Continue reading

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Synchronicity in Action

Timing is Everything Let’s set the scene, shall we? My wife and I are seniors in our late 60’s. We have a limited budget as we depend on pensions. We do not have a great deal of disposable income. (But, … Continue reading

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Hoarding Ideas

Organized Confusion Walking the dogs through our neighbourhood this morning, I passed the house of a man who obviously collects bits and pieces of junk. I thought, as you do, that I’m a collector of worthless trivia, in the hopes … Continue reading

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