When The Theory Hits The Fan, Immanentize the Eschaton

March 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Cambridge educated economist and futurist Robert Theobald once wrote “A person with great power gets no valid information at all.” He also wrote how no group or class should be free from the toil of their society, and how too many people have no idea how much “unpleasant, tedious and repetitive work is required to support their ‘high-level’ activi...
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History of Comanche County, TX

July 06, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Chief on Comanche Square 2019 Most who come upon it know that the name Comanche comes from the tribe of natives who once occupied the land, although few would be able to tell you just where the name Comanche comes from. In a town full of so many friendly faces it comes to be a bit ironic that the name comes from the Ute tribes word “kimantsi”, whi...
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John Wesley Hardin's Big Day

May 15, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
John Wesley Hardin, Abilene, Kansas - 1871 The day of May 26th, 1874 is a day of infamy in Comanche County. It didn’t start that way. The residents of Comanche awoke with a spirit of excitement – horse races were being held northeast of town and people across the area would be traveling to witness sport and join in the festivities that come with s...
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Proctor Lake, TX

March 23, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Proctor Lake has been a destination for fishing and recreation since it was created between the Sabana and Leon rivers in 1963. The Army Corps of Engineers maintains four parks on the lake – Copperas Creek, High Point, Promontory and Sowell Creek Park. Although High Point has been closed to vehicles for some time now there are still more than 10 mi...
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Saudade

August 12, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Sometimes the tuner breaks, you get stuck on a station. You find yourself in a rut and conditions aren’t looking to get much better. Broken wings and busted sails. Suddenly you’re driven out of that fugue, you’re focused. You take up old and new hobbies, start calling people again. If they’ve known you long enough they’ll understand, it’s the way...
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