Monthly Archives: September 2016

Fraud no-angle

There was a lot of work done, mainly from faux legal/ethical corners, on the so-called ‘fraud triangle’. Without pointing only at previous dismissal, there are some fresh insights on why this’all is faux. One is, as pointed, the presentation that … Continue reading

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What we all want / need …

Just as a simple link. If (sic) you understand, you’ll understand what you, we, all need, crave. Yes indeed that’s all. Plus: [More than just the Montanges …]

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Another Thoreau, another on more-than-mere-process

I would not have every man nor every part of a man cultivated, any more than I would have every acre of earth cultivated: part will be tillage, but the greater part will be meadow and forest, not only serving … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie Pic of the Day, part …

You know, any (Tues)day. Hey, “I drink only three glasses a day, so practically, I’m a teetotaller.”

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Being busy bodies doing busy work

… Anyone noticed that the ‘trend’ (development) where everyone claims to be oh so busy with, basically busywork, started with the demise of the secretarial profession ..? Where secreataries (either a pool of or a single personal, or in a … Continue reading

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Comedy crashers

No capers, frankly no comedy either, when some of the most respected in the field are concerned about pervasive probing of whole countries in one go. As here. Probably, the same is pulled off on smaller countries as well; the … Continue reading

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Thoreau’s Meteor (quote)

New ideas come into this world somewhat like falling meteors, with a flash and an explosion, and perhaps somebody’s castle roof perforated. Again, one that is true on the surface. And true deeper down. Apart from the link to ‘true’ … Continue reading

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