Monthly Archives: February 2018

Actor David Carradine About Regret

Taken from a longer video. He — as the saying goes — blew my mind with this. David Carradine On Regret Previously here: Human Variables category

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Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Theme

It never sounded like this on TV! It’s great to hear it for real. So damned good. Kung Fu The Legend Continues soundtrack – 02 Theme From Kung Fu

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Safe Versus Strong

Well, this is something I’ve never come across. At least not that I can recall after dredging my mind. Which is it better to be, safe or strong? Never in my life have I come across that dichotomy, that choice. … Continue reading

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It arrived at the library yesterday. Holy freakin hell. It’s thick! 370 pages, not counting the endnotes. Looks like 10-point type too. Thick! This is not a book I should even try to read this weekend because it won’t get … Continue reading

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Embrace The Suck

David Goggins is one-of-a-kind. This is the kind of determination and dedication that I’ve read about only in old books from Google Books. I think Googins would love this quote from Phillips Brooks: O, do not pray for easy lives. … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Evangelist Billy Graham

Billy Graham, 99, Dies; Pastor Filled Stadiums and Counseled Presidents Why it all came about remained a puzzle to Mr. Graham. In his autobiography, he wrote: “I have often said that the first thing I am going to do when … Continue reading

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Archos Creates Its Own Android-Powered Electric Scooter

Is this the first original thing from Archos in quite a few years? Archos debuts the first Android-powered scooter

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Movie: The Man Who Invented Christmas

This is the second work of fiction I’ve encountered that speculates on how Dickens came to write A Christmas Carol. The first was a book I recently read, Mr. Dickens and His Carol by Samantha Silva. Both share aspects of … Continue reading

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Incoming Reading

It should be in for this weekend’s reading. The weekend will be yet another washout … … so I can hunker down with this as well as another book already in progress — a book that is making me feel … Continue reading

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That One Thing

I know that limp. I know the empty ring finger. And that obsessive nature of yours, that’s a big secret. You don’t risk jail and your career to save somebody doesn’t want to be saved unless you got something, anything… … Continue reading

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