Monthly Archives: June 2012

What Will Germany Do?

While I am personally opposed to quantitative easing and monetizing debt, the outcome of the scenario of Kaletsky–that of Germany pulling out of the Euro–is one that I had not thought of, but, at first blush, it sounds appealing. Being of German heritage myself … Continue reading

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Scooping Water From the Pool to Fill the Pool

From another blog: The MSNBC “Lean Forward” commercials with Rachel Maddow extolling the example of Hoover Dam and other giant government projects as the way to revitalize the economy always set me to head-scratching. I mean, I understand that putting … Continue reading

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Allegories, Metaphors, & Parables

A Metaphor: A “metaphor” is “a figure of speech in which a word for one idea or thing is used in place of another to suggest a likeness between them” (Webster 2001, 326). An example might be God covering His … Continue reading

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Seeker Friendly? Not Biblical!

According to God’s Word, the Seeker Friendly church is not biblical. God’s Word clearly states that “there are none that seek God.” We do not seek Him, He seeks us. Jesus said, “I come to seek and to save the … Continue reading

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wrecking the morals of the country?

Scott, Walter 1838-1933 33 Gary Hamel St., Hull, UK About the Wonderful Book, a small, 80 page book printed around 1920. I never read fiction as, to me, it has no substantial value. In addition, because my time is limited … Continue reading

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Votes for women? What a ridiculous idea!

Switzerland’s male population said, “Votes for women? What a ridiculous idea! Their brains are smaller than men’s, which proves they are less intelligent. They are prone to extremism, and would go out to campaign without asking their husbands’ permission. And … Continue reading

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A Samsung Intern From GA Tech

A Samsung Intern From GA Tech May Have Cracked One Of The Mobile Industry’s Biggest Problem Want to spend a summer making photocopies? Don’t work as an intern for Samsung’s Nick DeCarlo. Forget fetching coffee. The vice president of portfolio … Continue reading

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