Monthly Archives: March 2014

Flying Under the Radar, Part 3

As a preface totally unrelated to the subject of this post, I have been busy knitting (and sometime reknitting) the sweater I designed for Thor’s (belated) birthday present.  🙂  I am at the point of joining the two sleeves to … Continue reading

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Flying Under the Radar, Part 2

As noted by a friend, Jehovah’s Witnesses is a sect that seems to “fly under the radar.”  That is, they are, compared to other religions, left unexamined by media the average person would see or read:  no documentaries, Time magazine … Continue reading

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Flying Under the Radar, Part 1

Occasionally in my posts I have mentioned some of the, ummm – what’s the polite word here – oddities I experienced and witnessed raised as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses (JWs) by an über-devout mother.  Over time, I have received several emails … Continue reading

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Math Skills & Gauge Avoidance?

The other day at a knitting group, I brought up a thought that I had been mulling over for a while:  It seems to me that knitting small items, such as shawls, shawlettes, hats and socks, has surpassed knitting larger … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Larry's Critique:
In Berkshire Hathaway’s most recent annual report, Warren Buffett discusses pensions.  I have extracted pertinent paragraphs and pages relevant to the general discussion of pensions.  For the complete report, see Berkshire Hathaway Inc. 2013…

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