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Originally posted on Learning from Dogs:
If you can’t feel it, you can’t write it! This saying was offered in a creative writing class that Jean and I attended when we were living in Payson, Arizona. It came to me…
As a phlyarologist, I understand that words matter. It’s often not what you say that counts, what’s far more important is how you say it (as a very good friend of mine is so fond of pointing out). Choosing one’s … Continue reading
Imagine you’re about to board a plane. 98 airline mechanics tell you that they are certain the plane will never make it. 2 airline mechanics tell you that they are not sure about the success of the flight. 1 auto … Continue reading
The image below is one man’s attempt to inform and simultaneously demonstrate the nightmare faced by individuals wishing to inform themselves about the facts of climate change. I think he succeeded on both counts. See the original at David McCandless’ … Continue reading
The voice of reason… it makes perfect sense: when you can’t win, distract the audience.