Monthly Archives: January 2014

Note Taking for Linux With Encryption

If you use a Mac or Windows, you may have read my posts about what I feel are the best note taking applications for Windows and Mac. As I now use Linux, and have used Linux for many years on … Continue reading

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Prostituted Customer

I feel like a company has tried to buy me off. They did so quite generously too I might add. Is this the new way of doing business? I am a Celiac. I consume more than a ‘normal amount’ of … Continue reading

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Chess Barely Past 1000

I have made it past 1000! Only 1,600 more points to climb before I say I know how to play chess. Just kidding, if I get to 1500 to 1600 I will be thrilled. I now know, there is no … Continue reading

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Homeless and Invisible, Mexican and successful

In the 1980’s when Ronald Reagan was president, America felt about the same way it feels now. America was looking for a hero, a financial fix, and a sense of self worth. Earning a living was a hard, pretty much … Continue reading

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Bidding Site Fraud Happens

I watched a friend logged on to a bidding site, placing bids on a cable to fix a broken shifter on their bicycle. Each time they bid, within a few seconds, their bid was trumped by an auto bid. Curious … Continue reading

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