Startled

Sometimes Facebook juxtaposes just the right pair of posts, just the right images to startle me awake, to catch a new glimpse of truth.  Today I saw a such a pair. Post #1, a video:  colorblind people see color for the first time with innovative new glasses.  Now, I’m going to let you roll that... Continue Reading →

If Jonathan Swift ran for president…

Deborah Nucotola couldn't have come up with a better idea herself! A MODEST PROPOSAL  by Dr. Jonathan Swift, 1729 For preventing the children of poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country, and for making them beneficial to the publick. It is a melancholy object to those, who walk through... Continue Reading →

Remember That Smell

A couple of weeks ago, we watched an old movie with the kids.  First time in maybe twenty years I’d seen it.  Our oldest son had been talking about space, aliens, galaxies far, far away.  Could there be life out there, somewhere?  So we rented E.T., popped some corn, settled back.  As with all old... Continue Reading →

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