Monthly Archives: December 2014

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 3,700 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway … Continue reading

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Final Post of the Year….. December 29, 2014

While retaining all the rights that belong to a human being as a citizen of the United States, and while remaining a citizen of the United States, I hereby resign as a member of the human race. The reasons are … Continue reading

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There Is No Room In The Medical Field For The Jaded… December 22, 2014

One of the requirements of those working in the medical fields is that they possess the emotional qualities of empathy and sympathy. There should be a test to determine whether these qualities are in the possession of every new health … Continue reading

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Divorce Too Easy … December 19, 2014

The first thing that came up when I searched for “Why are there so many divorces?” was the suggestion that too many young people are getting married simply because they are having a baby. Aside from the fact that a … Continue reading

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Just Add Soap… December 18, 2014

Religions, all religions, are cults. Some religions are simply bigger than others and manage to strong-arm everyone into dismissing the “cult” label. All religions prefer to start with the very young. Children’s minds are very sponge-like and possess no means … Continue reading

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The Burden of Proof … December 15, 2014

  The person who asserts that god exists must provide the proof of their claims. The person who asserts that god does not exist must also provide the proof of their claims. For the scientist that uses the scientific method, … Continue reading

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The Gynocentric Nature of Society … December 8, 2014

Society has always been to some degree gynocentric, that is, valuing female life above male life. At one time evolution would dictate that such an evaluation was warranted. Now that human population has reached its present magnitude, evolution no longer … Continue reading

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