Monthly Archives: November 2013

Bitcoin

   I feel it is time to begin the *Bitcoin*[1] conversation. I have known about it for a long time, but have withheld any comment until I could see how it was playing out. The Bitcoin idea has finally begun … Continue reading

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Reconnecting Thanks and Giving

It is 24 November, 2005: Thanksgiving Day in Biloxi, Mississippi. My second day off since Katrina came onshore 29 August, I am volunteering to serve food at one of the many free dinners for those still unable to cook their … Continue reading

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My Birthday Gift to You

In dominant culture, today is the day you say to me, “Happy Birthday!” Often this is accompanied by the gift of some trinket made of plastic, purchased with debt, and transported by oil. But if you know anything about me … Continue reading

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War Criminal

Many people on the left in America have called ex-President G.W. Bush, and others in his military hierarchy, war criminals in part because of their use of torture in their *War of on Terror*, and partly due to their unilateral … Continue reading

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