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Saturday Open
Author: TriSec    Date: 08/27/2016 12:17:51

It's the end of the summer already.

Soccer camp started this week, and Waltham is back to school next Wednesday.

And on we go into the best part of the year.

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1 comments (Latest Comment: 08/27/2016 15:39:55 by Will in Chicago)

Fierce Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 08/26/2016 12:57:21

Hold my medals while I put this over the plate....

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8 comments (Latest Comment: 08/26/2016 16:23:54 by Raine)

The Coult of Drumpf.
Author: Raine    Date: 08/25/2016 13:01:37

This is just a little bit shadenfruedelicious.
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24 comments (Latest Comment: 08/25/2016 21:16:13 by wickedpam)

Wed stub
Author: BobR    Date: 08/24/2016 13:06:18

Running a little late this morning... blog is in progress
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20 comments (Latest Comment: 08/24/2016 20:35:45 by Raine)

Ask a Vet
Author: TriSec    Date: 08/23/2016 09:44:45

Good Morning.

You'll want to keep your eye on the Korean peninsula for the next few days. It's time for those annual military exercises with our ally South Korea, and the North is none too pleased. The bloviating dictator has promised to turn the South into "a heap of ashes" if there is the slightest provocation during the event.
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11 comments (Latest Comment: 08/23/2016 21:59:15 by Raine)

PIVOT!
Author: Raine    Date: 08/22/2016 12:58:11

The trump campaign this weekend in one picture:
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35 comments (Latest Comment: 08/22/2016 21:55:31 by Will in Chicago)

Disney as Utopia
Author: TriSec    Date: 08/20/2016 12:45:40

Good Morning.

It was a week ago we were starting our last day at the Magic Kingdom. After all the buildup, hard to believe it's receding almost as quickly. But nevertheless - time moves on relentlessly.

The vast Disney complex in Central Florida is right next to a major population center, yet is completely disconnected from it. Once you're under that welcome arch, it's like being in a different world.
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1 comments (Latest Comment: 08/20/2016 14:58:54 by Will in Chicago)

Fluffy Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 08/19/2016 12:53:12

Olympics are almost over.

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25 comments (Latest Comment: 08/19/2016 20:17:04 by Raine)

thursday stub.
Author: Raine    Date: 08/18/2016 13:06:22

I have been distracted by puppy shenanigans this morning. Let me see what I can scratch together...


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17 comments (Latest Comment: 08/18/2016 20:22:36 by Will in Chicago)

A Shrinking Marketplace
Author: BobR    Date: 08/17/2016 13:54:38

During the primary season, I was aggravated with the news media (in particular - MSNBC) for focusing almost exclusively on the Republican Clown Car (mainly tRump), and barely covering the Democratic primary. At this point, it's all tRump -vs- Hillary, with negative news about both dominating the news cycles on all the networks (cue Don Henley's "Dirty Laundry").

I have found that we here at FourFreedomsBlog are perhaps guilty of the same thing. So in an attempt to break the cycle of abuse, I am going to veer off on a tangent today - the ACA (aka: Obamacare).

Nearly three years ago, Raine wrote an excellent piece on path dependency. The term describes how we arrive at certain situations due to limited options produced by previous decisions. Think about our dependence on gasoline: we used to travel mainly by train. However, once the highway system was built, gas-powered automobiles became preferred, and the train system disappeared, making it no longer an option. The financial power of the petrol industry grew, allowing it to pressure automobile companies to produce only gasoline vehicles. Entire industries and infrastructures grew out of that dependence, making it that much more difficult to choose a different path.
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22 comments (Latest Comment: 08/17/2016 19:47:57 by Raine)

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