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The GMO Debate should be over, but it’s not. Activism is trumping Science. Again.


Folks concerned about GMO foods (GMO=genetically modified organisms).  Should very carefully read and research this piece by former anti GMO activist  Mark Lynas, one of the folks who started the anti GMO campaigns that plague us today.   As he notes … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2013 – This is Blog Post number 2000!


Happy New Year 2013! This is my 2000th blog post.   Doesn’t seem like that’s possible, but it’s true.   Resolution for 2013 is to … blog MORE!

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Gift of Grameen


My favorite gifts over Christmas – both in terms of giving and getting – are donations to organizations fighting poverty in the developing world.   Foreign Aid is becoming a controversial and intriguing topic (as it should be), but even aid … Continue reading

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College Football Bowl Games – 2012 2012 season


I found this list online here from a fan HERE who seems to know what he’s doing with the list.   For me this is mostly an SEO experiment to see how much traffic this list of College Bowl Games … Continue reading

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The Prison of the Mind


For me the second most interesting topic* in the world is “why do people think so strangely about so many things ?”.    Most of us think we KNOW why others have such strange ideas. … arghhh internet too slow … Continue reading

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GRPH Stock, John Person, and the Bottomline Newsletter


Just got a mailing that sure looks like a newsletter called  “The Bottomline Newsletter”, with somebody called “John Person, Market Analyst, Editor” pictured at the top right. To even a careful reader this appeared to be some sort of report … Continue reading

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How Proflowers (and other online flower sellers) charge $40 for their $20 bouquets.


I wasn’t surprised that the “$20 bouquet” offers online were bogus but I’m hoping others might find this post before they go through the painful upselling process at Proflowers and many other online flower places. Note that $20 for a … Continue reading

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