Clamping Down on Glamping
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Oct 21, 2018 - 11:39am
Clamping Down on Glamping

Have you heard of glamping? Apparently it means glam camping, which in turns means glamorous camping, which in turn means camping in luxury and style. This continued shortening of words and terms is the topic of a whole other blog. I'll just say here that by the beginning of the next decade someone will have shortened "glamping" to "gl": "Hy, cm gl w/us, s cl!" (Translation: "I'm too lazy to type vowels".) As I understand it, glamping is bringing modern luxury to the back-to-nature movement, and yes, it's just as ridiculous as it sounds. Unless you're doing it--then it's cool. Haul a tent in a backpack? I don't think so. No, you drive your SUV up to a yurt equipped with not only electricity, but a hot tub that will be filled on request by your butler. Oh, a yurt is kind of a round, semi-permanent tent. And boy, am I shortening that explan…

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Am I Brainwashed?

I recently had a rather vociferous debate about our Canadian Prime Minister, specifically how good a job he has done since being elected two years ago. Frustrated that he could not convince me of the exact opposite, declared that I was "brainwashed".  This is a common scenario that happens…

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Socialism:  Yes, please!

Hello!  My dad is a veteran who uses the VA for medical and psychological care.  I recently discovered that my white republican neighbors do not like the VA even though they are not veterans. That seems strange to me.  Why would white non-veterans not like the VA?   Just to clari…

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Have we abandoned the rule of law in this country?

I keep hearing these women saying that because SOME men have sexually assaulted women, THIS particular woman with no evidence whatsoever against Kavanaugh should be believed. What's up with that illogical thinking? If I am robbed at gunpoint by some guy, do others get to accuse DIFFERENT men of robb…

Oct 20, 2018 - 6:55pm
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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

Oct 20, 2018 - 5:44pm
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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.     But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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Could We Actually Achieve

Everybody knows ‘the speed of light’ is fast. The only thing faster is Chuck Norris, who, the legend goes, can turn out the lights and be under the covers before the room gets dark.   But just how fast is light?   And does it always move the exact same speed? Can we use light t…

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