In the interests of discussion, “Comment Moderation” has been lifted. However, I reserve the right to delete comments that are abusive, vulgar, or offensive to decency and off-topic. Personal attacks will not be tolerated. If comments become egregious, as they
Over 90% of the trees were damaged, and at least 50% of them will require downing as they are totally ruined and will not recover. Quite a number of them were uprooted from the weight of the ice. There were many telephone lines, cable lines and electric lines down last Wednesday morning, and the scene was ghastly to look at in the early morning light.
It wasn’t really intentional that I took a break. Rather, due to a friend’s court hearing and preparatory work for that hearing, and then playing catch-up from it, meant that I had no time to write a post worth reading.
Will be traveling over the next few days. So probably not much posting.
Unfortunately, the last several days have been consumed with assisting with a Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court. I say that it is unfortunate, because it should not be required to put forth to the highest court in
My home church, Faith Baptist Church of Spokane, Missouri, is holding its annual Missions Conference the 22nd through the 26th of October (Wed. through Sun.). Services will be held every evening, with dinner and an afternoon service on Sunday. Each
I will return to addressing Freemasonry very soon. I have had a couple of things come up that needed to be addressed, and I have had to play catch-up on some other things. At least I don’t have to work
Running and managing a blog is an interesting exercise in patience, particularly when that blog is in your own webspace and you are solely responsible for all the management, housekeeping and troubleshooting of the problems that can occur when it
This last week has been utterly full, and I have been unable to post. However, I will return to the series on Freemasonry. The post “A Proper Interpretation” was necessary as it was moved by an all too common misinterpretation
I don’t usually write evaluations about software that I use, but I am going to make an exception as this piece of software is, well, unusual in the way it was done. Last week, Google released the Beta version of