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12 September 2016 - 9/12 – The Day After
Just ran a few numbers to put things in perspective: There were around 9000 casualties (dead and wounded) from the attacks on 09/11/2001. There have been around 60,000 (American) service men and women killed or injured as a result of the “War on Terror”. That does not count any Iraqi, Pakistani, or Afghan civilians. Nor […]
21 July 2016 - Developing
America needs less Facebook. Fewer selfies. We need more Kodak. Family albums. There is light in all men. Few let it be exposed. Many prints fade but hold a story. Every negative a point of view.
05 January 2015 - Happy New Year 2015
Thank you everyone for returning to Anthurian. So far my viewership is up 2,500% from the previous week with a high of 78 (!) views. Oh, I can smell the IPO and book deal now. I guess I can’t go back now though; the haggis is in the fire.
31 December 2014 - Why I Am Leaving Facebook
I originally posted this to Facebook on November 29, 2014 but re-posting here as a way to re-start Anthurian.com. I do not know what this site will turn into or how often I post but the bigger experiment is how long I can away from social media, Facebook especially. Here’s to 2015 and new starts… […]
18 November 2013 - On Hero Worship and the New Reality in Athletics
If I am reading this correctly then Lance Armstrong admits to doping but contends he was allowed to get away with it due to complicity among the higher-ups. Basically the UCI, USPS, (and NBC?) was covering up Armstong’s doping (to increase American viewership of the Tour de France?). For me the story isn’t about who […]