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No Matter How Nero, No Matter How Far Out

Emperor Nero (December 15, 37 AD – June 9, 68 AD) The face looks right, but the title around the coin says, “Caesar Augustus”. Hmm. I’ve talked about Nero before (and not always in a positive light). But I haven’t … Continue reading

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When the Wheels of Justice Turn Too Slowly

Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich I don’t like this man. There may be a lot of good reasons for that harsh statement, most of which were discussed (disgust) in this documentary, but it comes down to the fact that he thought … Continue reading

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Did Judas Hang Himself, or was that 1st Century Fake News?

His Role in Jesus’ Story is So Misunderstood When you consider how the winning side always gets to write the history books, it shouldn’t be a surprise to be told that one of the villains of the Passover Plot was … Continue reading

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Dying With Dignity?

Euthenasia. As sometimes occurs to me when I’m contemplating a subject for posting, I mull the word over and over again in my mind. Then I say it aloud: Euthenasia/Youth in Asia. (Strange juxtaposition, isn’t it?) This is a very … Continue reading

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Is Masada a Myth?

Herod The Great’s Fortification Sometimes, you just have to be there, to get some idea of what’s gone on behind the scenes. This picture, above, reminds me so much of Montsegur. But that’s where I am reminded that the victors … Continue reading

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The Battle of Good and Evil I watched the first season of this CBC television program a while ago. I had not thought to comment on it, until now. It’s the usage of the term ‘pure’. This has come up … Continue reading

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Car as Metaphor

Vanishing Point (1971) Some movies don’t make sense, at least, not until many years later. Vanishing Point is one such film. You need to think of the car as a vehicle for the soul to understand its meaning. 1970 Dodge … Continue reading

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Poetry as Semi-Autobiography

Richard Cory There are many theories as to whom Richard Cory refers. Some have suggested that two individuals who lived in Gardiner, Maine (Robinson’s home town) may have been the models for the character: Sedgewick Plummer; and Frank Anne. Some … Continue reading

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He Just Wanted to Fly

One Last Joyride The SeaTac (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport) baggage handler who decided to take an empty Alaskan Airline Horizon Q400 turboprop aircraft for a test ride last Friday said he didn’t need much help flying it because he’d played a … Continue reading

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  Withdrawn, Very shy, Wondering why She had to leave; “She’s gone,” He must sigh, Breathing a cry With which to grieve.   Hidden, Vaguely heard, One single word Unwillingly said; Ridden, Guilty bird, It occurred To him, “Better dead.” … Continue reading

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