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Monthly Archives: December 2016
I’m pretty sure I won’t have a new post ready this week. Next week, maybe. Then again, maybe not. It looks like the problem I was having with this blog isn’t at the hosting service’s end. Not directly, at least. … Continue reading
There may not be a ‘Friday’ post this week: or a ‘Sunday’ one. I’ve got both started, but probably won’t get either finished in time. I’m not even sure that this short, text-only, post will get online. That’s frustrating, but … Continue reading
The Christmas Mass marathon — that’s not what it’s called — started yesterday with the Vigil Mass. Mass During the Night was next, followed by Mass at Dawn and Mass During the Day. I didn’t go to all four, I … Continue reading
Contacting extraterrestrial intelligence, meeting people whose ancestors developed on another world, has been a staple of pulp fiction for generations. Lately, it’s become a matter for serious discussion. I’ll be looking at an op-ed’s take on how learning that we’re … Continue reading