Thought for tomorrow

by Captain Walker

Categories: Humanities

“The law is an ass. However, the size of and the numbers of asses who are average people make the law appear insignificant.”

– Captain Walker (March 2013).


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Still bewildered

I recently wrote about Disrespect for my Right to Privacy. So a couple days ago I received yet another email. But this one did not disrespect my privacy. Instead it contained the emails of 122 other individuals. [I deviate to explain to the technologically challenged that I did not count each email address. I simply ... Read more

Quote of the day

Even if you’re in a minority of one, the truth is still the truth.  – Mahatma Ghandi

When people think they are ‘smart’

This is about a kind of mind game where a superficial or simplistic explanation for stupid actions (words/conduct) is proffered in a way that if challenged leads the challenger to appear to be paranoid, obsessed or hostile in the eyes of observers, who won’t know the depths of a situation and therefore fail to see ... Read more

Of cat love–human love–and Dawkins.

If you’re expecting or looking for thoughts on loving cats or the love of cats, kindly depart now.  I’ve been thinking about my cat and his relationship to me (and vice versa – if you please), over the last several weeks. This has led me to think about how humans interact and their relationships. I ... Read more

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Reading ability of UK doctors could be stuck at UK Year 9

Well, I do spend time on forums as some know to wrestle with parts of human nature that some totally avoid. Today I am led to infer that the reading ability of doctors in some significant proportion could be stuck ...
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Painting with Emotions: A Colourful Journey into Love

Love between two hearts is a symphony of feelings, a dance that transforms the world around us. This journey we embark upon explores the tender bonds between a man and a woman, though the essence of love’s beauty may resonate ...
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The Throw-Away Person

In the canvas of human relationships, there exists a phenomenon that cuts to the core of our social nature – the experience of being a “throw away person”. This term describes individuals who find themselves unexpectedly and inexplicably cast aside ...
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