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The Rambling Road: A wheeze on the wind, or the sound of a fat boy running

So, it turns out that, after years of trying to ignore it into going away, the simple fact is the best way for me to jump start the process by which I’m not going to be perpetually fat, tired, and … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Rambling Road: Walking away

Don’t worry: I’m not quitting. No, instead, this blog is about a realization. It’s one I’ve stated here before, yet at least for me, I’ve realized it in a new way. As far as my physical health is concerned, walking … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Rambling Road: When excuses aren’t excuses

A more bitter part of me wants to demand that, before anyone gives anyone with a chronic or enduring illness advice about what they should be doing, they should have to live through my past couple of weeks before giving … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Rambling Road: It’s been a while

I figure it’s about time for an update if anyone is still paying attention. This year has been a roller coaster health-wise, but in general things are improving, so there’s that. Recently, I started to re-engage myself with something I … Continue reading Continue reading

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WikiLeaks, transparency, and the responsibilities of citizens

I keep reading about how the WikiLeaks fiasco is good for America because it forces our government to become more transparent to its citizens. One common refrain is, “We need to know what the government is doing in our name.” … Continue reading

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