Daily Archives: March 9, 2019


The Wrong Side of Goodbye

Suggested by Brad Nelson • Two cases confront Harry Bosch. As a part-time detective in the SFPD, he’s after a serial rapists. As a private investigator, he’s been hired by a billionaire to track down an old flame. Nineteenth in the series of 21, the series shows no signs of getting old.
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Fun with Negation

by Jon N. Hall    3/9/18

Not, nor, neither, never, no, un-, in-, a-, il-, dis-, non-, and other means of negation are things without which thought, as we know it, could not exist. More » • (137 views)

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

by Deana Chadwell3/9/19
These concepts – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – are dear, or once were dear, to the hearts of all Americans. These are the sacred rights of all human beings  — “sacred” because they are God-given and are not derived from government, rather government’s only mandate is to provide cover for those rights. More » • (192 views)

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