Category Archives: Common-law

Flying Through the Air with the Greatest of Ease

Been real busy lately. Playing and sleeping, perhaps sleeping too much, but – too much is always better than not enough. Lots of worky-job stuff been doing. Been slowing hacking away at getting my report from the latest Mormon studies … Continue reading

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Government = Technology

I recently saw a couple of ads for the latest Windows cellphone Operating System and given the recent elections, it strangely reminded me of government. You can check the commercials out on YouTube: first video, second. In the commercials, people … Continue reading

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Cookies

Last night I made a ton of my famous whole wheat cookie balls. And they are delicious. I was running low on flour and walked on over to Staters for some and had a great conversation in the check-out line … Continue reading

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Docenting for the Home Tour

From “Miss Pert’s Christmas Tree,” illus. by J. Paget-Fredricks, in Horn Book, vol.5, n.4, p.109. So this weekend I docented for the Pomona Historic Home Tour, and it was absolutely fabulous! When people approached the house owned by the Martinez … Continue reading

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Freedom Rush!

Just saw this yesterday, a major leader in the freedom revolution, Chuck Baldwin (see chuckbaldwinlive.com), is moving to Montana: He said in the article: “I (and my family) believe that there are more freedom-minded people (per capita and per square … Continue reading

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An Evening of Hellos and Goodbyes

Last night a lot happened. A big going away and a big saying hello! There was a big going away party for a housemate of mine. Ze is moving out on Saturday, heading off to get hir PhD in Physics … Continue reading

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At Night in Pomona

From Ninin Ga Shinobuden, v.2, p.82. One thing I love about Lincoln Park is taking walks at night, and especially gazing down the lamppost lined streets of Columbia, Jefferson, and Lincoln Avenues. I was just commenting to the Enchantress of … Continue reading

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Walls

Bicycling over to the Picard Orchard District to visit the Enchantress last night, I saw the horror of the wall. As you may recall my entry about cinderblock, they did it. They put up a cinderblock wall. I felt better … Continue reading

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4th of July

If you didn’t know, I am a huge supporter of the common-law, tea party, militia, sovereignty, freedom movement in the U.S. and that very common law is THE freedom that makes the 4th of July the celebration that it is. … Continue reading

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