Monthly Archives: September 2014

Don’t Know Much about History (with apologies to Sam Cooke)

Julia Williams, one of the 3 conservatives on the Jefferson County, CO school board that has proposed reviewing the high school history curriculum, wants to set the record straight: she’s “not suggesting altering, omitting or censoring anything” from the AP … Continue reading

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Remember Fukushima?

Three and a half years ago we turned our attention to the reactor plant in Fukushima, Japan, and while the devastation continues, our attention has drifted to other shiny objects in the headlines. I’m reading reports that rice paddies far … Continue reading

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Office Takeover

Rusty showed up some 8 or 9 years ago, Mr. Desert fed her and she’s been with us since. She was declawed and well fed, so we put flyers up around the neighborhood when she first arrived, but she didn’t … Continue reading

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