Monthly Archives: May 2013

Articles on bloated government targeting enemies

  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323336104578501522735423256.html http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/us-treasury-openly-fighting-settlements-pro-israel-groups-video/2013/05/29/ abolish irs: http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/ted-cruz-tweets-obama-abolish-the-irs/?cat_orig=diversions http://www.examiner.com/article/were-republican-owned-gm-dealerships-targeted-for-closure-2010 http://lexingtonlibertarian.blogspot.com/2013/05/did-gm-government-motors-target.html#!/2013/05/did-gm-government-motors-target.html http://washingtonexaminer.com/tea-party-groups-sue-irs-claim-targeting-was-widespread/article/2530796 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/28/irs-scandal-letters_n_3349174.html http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/05/weirdest-irs-questions-for-the-tea-party-views-donors-and-etymology/ http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/16/politics/tea-party-irs

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Spelling original:

I keep spelling the word as originol or origional. An original only means one thing that is distinctly unique from others then maybe if I think of only one O I can think original. If you have a good way … Continue reading

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World building the Patricia Wrede way:

Today’s entry is very short. But what I have to recommend is a must for writers who want to build realistic worlds. Years ago I came across an extensive world building list created by Patricia Wrede. I started filling out … Continue reading

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Buying a car on line:

– Be careful of buyers out of state – Be careful where they put more money in PayPal and they ask to get part of it back. – Ask questions and get specifics can motivate people to run. They use … Continue reading

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Using our weakness to become strong:

A lot of time  when I think of heroes I often think that they were just bursting forth with talent and had few private challenges to contend with as they made a place for themselves onto the pages of history. … Continue reading

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Thanks for the military:

In honor of Memorial Day my message is thanks to the military. Today is just to express a thank you for the military who has devoted their lives to protecting America. I have many family members plus extended family who … Continue reading

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Spelling Pinterest:

I know it is silly but every time I heard the use of the social media of Pinterest I keep spelling it as pincherest. I spell phonetically with a southern Utah accent. I think I’ll remember how to spelling it … Continue reading

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How to recover from writing slumps:

This information is from a panel I listened to a year or so ago. I took notes while attending a wonderful SF/F symposium called Life the Universe and Everything. The panels are very educational. The panelists were: Ami Chopine, Jessica … Continue reading

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Making Discovery Meetings work:

 At work, I have the opportunity to listen to business related on-line courses. Today’s topic was about Discovery Meetings. I thought I would share some of the things I learned. First of all, a discovery meeting can take place when a … Continue reading

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Calling sin a pretty word does not make it right:

I hope today’s topic can be of use to youth ministries, family counselors, and family home evenings. It’s on the topic that saying sin is okay doesn’t make it so. We’re living in a time of conflict. And when it … Continue reading

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