Monthly Archives: October 2014

Is Wolf Hatred Really “Wolfism”? by Rick Lamplugh and George Lamplugh (Adventures in Interdisciplinary Land, 8)

[NOTE: The following, a collaborative (or even interdisciplinary!) effort by my brother and me, is cross-posted from “Rick Lamplugh’s Blog.” I hope you enjoy this very different post on “Retired But Not Shy.”] * * * * * For the … Continue reading

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Muchas Gracias: Responding to a “Thankfulness Challenge”

[NOTE: Much of this post originated as a series of “status updates” on Facebook.  I have made a few minor revisions and appended some comments.] * * * * *                           Day 1:  A friend nominated me to undertake a ten-day “challenge,” listing … Continue reading

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Georgia and the American Revolution, IV: From Colony to State, 1774-1776 (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 15)

[This is the fourth post in a series.  For earlier ones:  Part I; Part II; Part III.] * * * * * The reaction of the North Ministry to the destruction of tea in Boston Harbor in 1774 was swift. … Continue reading

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