Monthly Archives: May 2014

Saturday, 31 May 2014

10:05 – We’re working on home projects this morning, along with our regular Saturday stuff. That, and building more kits.

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Friday, 30 May 2014

13:38 – Another day being eaten by locusts. I thought, as just one example, that I had another case of 500 Petri dishes in stock. That turns out to be wrong, so I just did a PO for another case … Continue reading

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Thursday, 29 May 2014

08:00 – I didn’t quite finish building the biology kits yesterday, but I’ll get that done today. Fortunately so, because I have outstanding orders to fill today. The US MSM has paid little attention to the seismic shift in European … Continue reading

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Wednesday, 28 May 2014

09:33 – I just shipped the last biology kit we had in stock, but I have another 30 in progress. I should be able to finish those today or tomorrow, depending on what else comes up. We’re also down under … Continue reading

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Tuesday, 27 May 2014

10:35 – Barbara is starting her 4-day week, which she says always seems longer than a regular 5-day week. I’m doing admin stuff and building some biology kits. Our food storage project is progressing. Yesterday, I decided to check the … Continue reading

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Monday, 26 May 2014

09:11 – It’s Memorial Day here in the U.S., the day set aside to remember those who sacrificed themselves to protect our freedom. Although the official purpose of Memorial Day is to remember those who gave their lives in the … Continue reading

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Sunday, 25 May 2014

08:48 – Obviously, I had to read this one: Atheists in the Bible Belt: A survival guide The article focuses on North Carolina, which they apparently consider to be part of the Bible Belt. I never thought of it that … Continue reading

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Saturday, 24 May 2014

08:17 – The morning paper ran an article about the North Carolinians for Home Education annual conference that’s currently running in Winston-Salem. The article mentioned that North Carolina is a “homeschool friendly” state, which is kind of true. North Carolina … Continue reading

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Friday, 23 May 2014

07:35 – Barbara is taking today off work. With the holiday Monday, that gives her a four-day weekend. We’d planned to sleep in this morning, but Colin woke us at 6:15 vomiting. At least he wasn’t up on the bed … Continue reading

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Thursday, 22 May 2014

09:16 – Darrell Issa is still pushing for USPS reform. His latest bill in committee would end door delivery for 15 million addresses over the next 10 years, substituting curbside or communal boxes. At the stated cost annually per address … Continue reading

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