Monthly Archives: February 2014

Testing the wordpress app for iPhone

Looks easy to use. Typing is basically the same as using the iPhone. Linking looks to be easy. Appears that copying a URL from a website and pasting is easy. Cool. Adding a photo below. Editing it now to see … Continue reading

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“We do not serve FBI and CIA agents” in Sochi

This photo below was captured by an AP photographer at a restaurant outside of Sochi. The sentiment, likely shared by a good many Russians, is an easy news item. Quite a bit of talk centered around the potential for a … Continue reading

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We are more comfortable lying (to ourselves) when pressured by peers

This article about a recent study in the New York Times confirms long-held beliefs. Humans, people, Romans, countrymen are easily, so easily, led (and misled). Peer pressure and any semblance of authority enables humans to engage in interesting and even sadistic … Continue reading

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Preacher Posts — Tweets from the mind of a spy, hunter, killer

To launch the next installment of the Lance Priest / Preacher book series – en el Medio – our (anti) hero is providing guest posts on the @spiesnlies Twitter account. Preacher does his usual, which of course, is the unusual. … Continue reading

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