Monthly Archives: November 2011

Teaching Cartoon: Tools Prior to Category Errors

bonus: Lu Gen of the Tang dynasty was styled Jingshan: he was a man of Wu prefecture. In his official career he reached the post of inspector of Shexuan, and also was a member of the supreme court. He first … Continue reading

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Free Play Bon Voyage

Dave Kolb, founder of Free Play Softball, playing his last game of the 21st (?) season, before heading off to Hawaii for 7 months. Dave’s got a sweet, flat economical swing he’s been working on for sometime now. In my … Continue reading

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ARK: Three Pieces

Motion Study The Wanderers click for large version Blue Immersion click for large version Blue Immersion edited and reconfigured for cover of most recent Kamelmauz production

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It’s Not Like There Haven’t Been Warnings

There’s a confusion about ‘smarts.’ There’s nothing about the skill set required to pilot an aircraft which makes ignorance ‘elsewhere’ impossible. Similarly, that Michelle Backmann was a tax attorney doesn’t verify her advanced mental capabilities across the spectrum, especially including … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Efficacy

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Foliage

Lovers of Truth- rise up! Let us go toward heaven. We have seen enough of this world, It’s time to see another… No, no- don’t stop here. The gardens may flow with beauty But let us go to the Gardner … Continue reading

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