Category Archives: rational planned solutions

Fishy Friday

I hate fish.  Well, perhaps that’s going too far.  But the less I eat, the better.  I keep canned salmon on hand as part of an emergency food supply (earthquakes, power outages, and so on.)  When I did a lot … Continue reading

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The Face of Public Education in the U.S. today.

I promised myself that I would not take up politics on this site, and that I would remain positive and offer positive ways to help people improve their lives.  But this picture of this young man’s  face and that alleged … Continue reading

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Benny Lewis — Irish Polyglot — Part Two What is Esperanto?

One of the languages Benny Lewis studied was Esperanto.  Esperanto was the brain child of  by Ludwig Zamenhof, according to this article in Wikipedia: Esperanto was created in the late 1870s and early 1880s by Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof, an ophthalmologist … Continue reading

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Rational planned solutions versus Custom

Rational planned solutions will rarely if ever trump custom.  Look at the months of the year.  In almost every European language except Finnish, the last four months of the year are 9=September, 10=October, 11=November, and 12=December.  They are spelled differently … Continue reading

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