Hot Pursuit

For nearly a decade, ever since that one girlfriend got me hooked, I’ve had a guilty pleasure of Stuart Woods novels. The most recent is no exception. Hot Pursuit by Stuart Woods. Some of the London locations tug at my heartstrings, so to speak. There’s a sense of whimsy, always at hand, but what I [...]

Tao Te Ching

Tao Te Ching No. 28 When the block is carved, it becomes useful. When the sage uses it, he becomes the ruler. Thus, “A great tailor cuts little.” Lao Tsu, Tao Te Ching No. 28 Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu - Free - Brian Walker Tao Te Ching Earlier translation, always available here, for [...]

Shakespeare Pro App

Pretty sure I addressed this app earlier, and I figured it was worth another entry. With Mercury moving, and Jupiter coming off his station, and Pluto turning retrograde, a professor at Austin’s UT decided to make it formal that one of the plays of the (Shakespeare) apocrypha is now legit. First blush, first link, first [...]

Quote from RAH

Quote from RAH Anyone who cannot cope with mathematics is not fully human. At best he is a tolerable subhuman who has learned to wear shoes, bathe, and not make messes in the house. From the Notebooks of Lazarus Long, by Robert A. Heinlein. The Notebooks of Lazarus Long - Robert A. Heinlein The Notebooks [...]

Free Advice

Free Advice? While I carry a special affection towards all my readers, there comes a time when Free Advice just doesn’t work. Got my lesson handed back to me, the other day. Friend of a friend, and/or friend of a loyal client, depends on framing, wrote me a long email about love gone awry, romance [...]

Old Austin

Old Austin Bit long-winded, but the right set-up about the old Austin, and yes, I was there. And in Austin this coming weekend, too.


Sandals Some folks wonder why I wear sandals as much as possible, and that merely gives rise to the notions of Bare Foot Astrology.

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