Monthly Archives: September 2005

posticon Do You Trust What You Know or What You Feel? by John Cali

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Earlier this year, I had to buy a new computer. My old one was no longer able to handle everything I needed it to do. So I bought an expensive replacement with lots of “bells and whistles” — it seemed perfect for my needs.

Since I have only a bit of technical expertise (basically, only what I need to know for my work with Spirit), it was a daunting task to get everything transferred over to the new computer.… Read more

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posticon How the Universe Really Works by John Cali

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This morning I was reading an article in the Washington Post on the high price of gasoline. Among other things, the article talked about the big gas guzzlers like the Hummer.

A bit later, I saw a Hummer on my way to the post office. They’re very rare in this small mountain town. In fact, I’ve seen only one other in all the time I’ve lived here. A couple minutes later, still on my way to the post office, I saw another Hummer.… Read more

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posticon Moments of Grace by John Cali

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As many of you know, I normally don’t pay much attention to the mainstream news media. But I have during this very difficult time in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

We’ve all heard many stories of the human horrors left festering in Katrina’s wake. And we’ve heard people in positions of responsibility, folks who should know better, pointing fingers and finding blame everywhere except in themselves.

CNN host Howard Kurtz exclaimed, “Good God, what is wrong with these people?… Read more

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When my son John was growing up, he, his mother Theresa, and I used to vacation in the northern Rocky Mountains of Colorado. It’s a gorgeous area and, to this day, I have many warm memories of our time there.

On one of our Colorado trips, we heard an intriguing story about Lulu City. But we could find only sketchy information on it. Apparently, Lulu City had been a gold and silver mining camp in the early 1880s, but was now a ghost town.… Read more

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