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Munchausen and Munchausen by Proxy: Check yourself before you wreck yourself


ago while reviewing "gas lighting." I have ordered a book written by a peer reviewed author cited by Pub Med on the subject. Munchausen and it's by proxy variant are classified as "factitious DISORDERS" which, can ONLY OR BEST BE CRITICIZED from a postmodern critique of IDEALISM. This solipsism or more "delicately" this, "essentialism" is… Continue reading Munchausen and Munchausen by Proxy: Check yourself before you wreck yourself

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You read that right. It’s Coign with a ‘g’


Coign: The external corner of a wall Also called cornerstone Also called keystone In printing, a metal or wooden wedge used to lock up type A wedge used any various other purposes such as elevating the muzzle of a cannon My Coign of Vantage. My corner. My worldview. My take. My coign of vantage. My… Continue reading You read that right. It’s Coign with a ‘g’

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Will the movie Atlas Shrugged be the new rallying cry of the Tea Party?


NPR has a short blurb about the upcoming movie Atlas Shrugged based on Ayn Rand's epic. But is it all a farce? I've run across several articles on the subject and they all hinge on Rands deliberately poor presentation of arguments against monopoly capitalism. The current anti globalization movement, with its seemingly post modern flavor,… Continue reading Will the movie Atlas Shrugged be the new rallying cry of the Tea Party?

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Liars for Jesus: Historical Revisionism and supposed UFO revelations


An often circulated FBI memo about the Roswell incident, which resulted in a fraud conviction for some of those involved has been republished, yet again. A variety of news outlets have commented on the recent unveiling of the 'Hottel' memo and some on the fringe of journalistic legitimacy have suggested that it's 'news worthy'.  What… Continue reading Liars for Jesus: Historical Revisionism and supposed UFO revelations

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New to the Bookshelf


I have always been an avid reader and lover of books but during my last year in University, I became bogged down by an almost full time work schedule and a failure of community that left me not only unmotivated but also seemingly paralyzed by depression. The past year has seen me turn around and… Continue reading New to the Bookshelf