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Random Food of the Day

It’s…. Frozen French Onion Soup from Costco. This was my first experience with soup in this packaging, and I have to admit that I’m a fan.  Maybe not so much if I had bought it in the middle of the … Continue reading

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Random Food of the Day

Still not quite sure what a magic gluton is, but I’d eat it again .

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The Perils of Legoman’s holiday at Rurikia

A few years ago, Legoman decided to visit Rurika and had a fairly hard time of it.  He started off in the orchard, but soon found he wasn’t much of a match for the apples.   Next he took a … Continue reading

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Going Solar – Part 10: How Having Solar Has Changed My Habits

Part of why I opted for solar was that I believe strongly in minimizing my impact where I can. By putting a power supply on my property I not only have some degree of self-sufficiency (in terms of knowing I … Continue reading

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Going Solar – Part 9: Joining the Smartgrid

A few days ago a postcard showed up in my mailbox advising me of an impending deadline for an energy storage incentive for households with installed solar arrays. Interested, but assuming it was a scam of some nature, I did … Continue reading

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Democratic Legitimacy and the lessons of an illegitimate, incompetent, and incapable presidency

It’s been 6 months since Mr. Trump ursuped the office of the US presidency following one of the most bizarre election cycles in US history. Even before the foreign involvement elements of the election which are currently monopolizing press coverage, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Goodbye to Berlin

Goodbye to Berlin Isherwood, Christopher Vintage, 1998 ed, of 1939 original Per the author’s introduction, this collection of loosely connected sketches featuring a first person narrative from a character sharing his name, his background, and many of his experiences is … Continue reading

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