There is no Try

There’s no such thing as “trying to give.” Give or give not. It’s that when giving, understand the expectation of having it returned is the bigger problem. That kind of control is beyond our ability. So give without expectation, and know you are the better for it. Love comes in…

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Good Morning World

Nothing much to really say, other than I spent some time reading my text book again. Where once this time in the morning was spent writing in my journal, it will now be spent doing school work. Oh, and I finished chapter two, which was statistics. Chapter three is brain…

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Unbelievable

The Trump campaign held a rally to get Latino support in Anaheim, California. It was called “Operation Taco Bowl.” Really. Are they planning an “Operation Watermelon” in Watts to get out the black vote, or is that too on the nose? via Today’s “You Can’t Make This Up” Entry — Bark…

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A Return to College

Well, I’m up to page 72, in the second chapter, of my textbook for the Introduction to Psychology class. Granted, the class – online – doesn’t start until September 9th, but I wanted to get a head start. So far, some new things have been introduced. But, for the most…

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Unlinear Time

(WWDN) I wish time wasn’t linear. I’ve never considered time as linear. Instead, I think it is a function of our speed and position from the center of the universe. That is all. Carry on.  

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New Theme

But it appears to not be working well. I can’t get the posts to show up on the home page. Update: Extremely steep learning curve on the new theme so I’ve reverted back to my old theme.

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How It’s Supposed To Work

Good news this morning for those who depend on EpiPens. Well, not good news good news, but better news than yesterday anyway. Mylan, the pharmaceutical company which manufactures the EpiPen epinephrine autoinjector, announced today that they are lowering the prices of the medical device. Mylan is also expanding its voucher…

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The Republican Party of Minnesota finds itself in a pickle. 

(City Pages) It’s their fault. Earlier this year at the state Republican convention in Duluth, the party picked its 10 electoral college voters. The state party was also supposed to choose 10 alternate electoral college names. It didn’t. Therein lies the problem. What could’ve been an in-house mess went public yesterday,…

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