Tag Archives: Business

Naturally

A Frank Angle’s blog always has a little something for everyone, with satire and musings to satisfy just about anyone. His last post contained this comment: Upon seeing a recipe with marshmallow earlier this week on a blog, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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What The Future Looks Like

The future is getting closer all the time, and it looks like . . . machines.  And something else, which I will get to later on here. The development of machines to expand productivity is of course an old story.  … Continue reading

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Wisdom and Tough Love

Anson Burlingame’s latest post, “Intoxicated by Government”,  prompts me to reply with a post of my own, wherein I can access more writing tools than on just a comment. Anson addresses the age-old conundrum of the relationship between the government … Continue reading

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