Monthly Archives: October 2008


I love hats. I wear many of my great-grandmother’s hats- in public and on purpose. I am looking for a new one that is just right. Just right for me, that is, and I have, er, quirky tastes. I like this one. I feel sure it would love me back. But the price tag doesn’t […]

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The Hypochondriac’s Theme Song

From our favorite Danny Kaye movie, The Inspector General Danny Kaye as illiterate gypsy peddling snake oil for his cousin Jacov. I love his hands- so elegant and expressive.

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To Vote or Not To Vote….

And what about a third party vote? I’m not going to answer that question. I’m going to share some very thought provoking links to writings by people from different sides of the question. I think it might be quite worthwhile for homeschoolers to print these out and read them, think about them, discuss them over […]

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Reporters from Dissenting Papers Kicked off Obama’s Plane

In the coming Age of Obama, only the worshipers will get front-row seats to history. More at Hot Air

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Bit of Hebrew Writing Discovered- 1000 years Older Than Dead SEa Scrolls

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Archaeologists in Israel said on Thursday they had unearthed the oldest Hebrew text ever found, while excavating a fortress city overlooking a valley where the Bible says David slew Goliath. The dig’s uncovering of the past near the ancient battlefield in the Valley of Elah, now home to wineries and a satellite […]

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