Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Cat in the Hat Neutered

The famous Cat in the Hat was caught yesterday roaming the streets of LaJolla, California, by LaJolla animal control. He was brought to the animal shelter, and since he had no tags and had been reported as a stray, he … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Life

Before one can answer the question of whether or not life has meaning, I think that it’s necessary to be clearer on what is encompassed by the word meaning. If one intends that meaning be interpreted as “an inherent goal toward which … Continue reading

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Vatican Building Nuclear Bomb

The United States government has announced that the Vatican is developing nuclear technology in prelude to building a nuclear bomb. The Vatican has denied the claim.  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that the information was accurate, and although … Continue reading

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History Worksheet

Below are links to various formats of a history worksheet I prepared for homeschool. It covers definitions of history, prehistory, and big history; and also the abbreviations BC, AD, BCE, CE, c and MYA. These are included without any warranties … Continue reading

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Math Worksheets

I mentioned in the previous blog entry and in another earlier post that I had found two websites which generated math worksheets.  Even though I liked those resources, I still wanted my own math worksheet generator if I could create … Continue reading

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When I began homeschooling my daughters, I didn’t give a lot of thought to the use of worksheets other than using blank maps for geography.  My plan was to review information by asking each girl questions during our sessions.  After … Continue reading

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Global Average Temperature

The concept of a global average temperature is an interesting one, but the problem with it is that is gives no useful information.  It is composed of the average of a certain number of sites, but it doesn’t tell you … Continue reading

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Olive Oyl Hospitalized for Anorexia

Olive Oyl was hospitalized yesterday after a visit to psychiatrist Siegfried Roy, who determined that she suffered from anorexia nervosa. She was admitted to the Betty Boop Clinic, and is expected to be there for several weeks. Ms. Oyl was … Continue reading

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Fixing The Banking System

In my opinion, these are the laws that would need to be made in order to fix our banking system, which includes transitioning us from fractional reserve banking and eliminating the FDIC: 1. The FDIC will only insure deposits in fractional … Continue reading

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A person who doesn’t forgive remains a prisoner of his own pain.

Quoted from Seek Wisdom, Practice Kindness.

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