Leaving Robinson's Mall after having lunch at KFC, we headed down Perdices St. toward Rizal Boulevard. Just before reaching the bridge that crosses the Banica River, we spotted this VW… Read More
As I've mentioned more than a few times, of the top ten best selling novels of 1917, In the Wilderness by Robert S. Hichens is my current favorite. However, there is one scene in the novel w… Read More
Having finished book 7 on the list of the top ten best selling novels of 1917, I've begun reading number 8, His Family by Ernest Poole. Poole was awarded the first Pulitzer Prize for Fictio… Read More
In the following Youtube video, we see Trump's SCOTUS nominee, Neil Gorsuch state that the fetus is not a person.Gorsuch also maintains that Roe vs Wade is settled law.I do not support Gorsu… Read More
I first became aware of inappropriate appropriation about a year ago when I came upon the story of a San Francisco State University environmental science student named Cory Goldste… Read More
One of the sports networks available on cable in Philippines - and not available in the U.S. - and quickly becoming one of my favorites is Setanta Sports. The network broadcasts Rugby f… Read More
I usually get out the Kindle while I'm in bed waiting for sleep. I'll read until I get too sleepy to continue. This nightly habit explains why I haven't gotten further along with my reading… Read More
Early yesterday evening, not long after sunset - maybe around 6:00 or 6:30, while I was engaged in a quixotesque search to find an entertaining television program, the electrical power… Read More
Here we have photos of two dogs that could have been included in yesterday's post, A Dog's Life. Better late than never Read More
Of the first six books in the top ten best sellers of 1917, three of those make reference to the First World War (AKA The Great War). The war, after all, was going on at the time so it's onl… Read More
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