Monthly Archives: September 2011

Post for Sep 25-Oct 1 2011 (Tidbits and Nuggets)

TaN: Among the major arguments against standardization is that there will always be a pattern – and tests as no exceptions.  In standardized tests, there will be a pattern and when the test-taker “discovers” (or is furnished with) it, the … Continue reading

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Post for Sep 18-24 2011 (Tidbits and Nuggets)

TaN: Today, any human endeavor that involves money will always be about the money.  If you listen intently and critically when someone is trying to give you unsolicited advice and appear to be very concerned about you.  Listen carefully and … Continue reading

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Post for Sep 11-17 2011 (Tidbits and Nuggets)

TaN: What’s the big deal, what’s all the fuss, so what if it is September 11 (9/11)?  Personally, I feel that the United States of America got precisely what it deserves!  They can only blame themselves because they brought it … Continue reading

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Post for Sep 4-10 2011 (Tidbits and Nuggets)

TaN: Property is a very interesting issue – especially when it comes to ownership of nature.  Most understand property to mean private property – as against public property.  However, this is correct but only if and when the issue is … Continue reading

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Post for Aug 28-Sep 3 2011 (Tidbits and Nuggets)

TaN: Climate change goes all the way back to the “modern” business’ mantra – CONSUMERISM.  The immediate root cause of all our global woes is consumerism.  The cause of the freak weather (i.e., meteorological) disturbances is climate change.  The climate … Continue reading

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