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Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Show Me State

Sometimes during collaboration with co-workers I’ll pointedly throw out a reference to Missouri and how it’s good to “be from the show me state.”  [Let the record show I’m from California]   I have become used to the youngsters in my teams giving me that certain what’s the old codger smokin’ look.  Ahh, middle age. Flipping […]

Downton Abbey — So Choice.

It’s a bit after the fact, but for posterity just let me say that I have savored the two seasons of the series Downton Abbey which hails from England and was broadcast by PBS Masterpiece in the United States.  God — some “choice” television indeed.  Yes, I have laughed; I have cried; I have watched […]

Two equally convenient solutions

I like this quotation from Henri Poincaré: To doubt everything or to believe everything are two equally convenient solutions; both dispense with the necessity of reflection.