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Forensic Financial Detective Work

‘Sometimes the truth is arrived at by adding all the little lies together and deducting them from the totality of what is known.’ Terry Pratchett From his novel Thud! (the context being that of investigation into monetary fraud).

Gay albatrosses for the Farmer Woman

I originally posted this article just before the servers went down under the title Dissecting a dismally deceitful generic cialis article : A review of ‘Why the Animal world says it’s good to be gay’ by Jo Steele, Metro Newspaper 17-06-09.  I promised a work colleague that I’d put it up here and mention her –… Read more »

Making sense of confusion

As always in the evangelical and charismatic church there is huge confusion and disagreement about the nature of many things going on. I found this excellent prophecy made in 1965, spoken by one Stanley Frodsham. I first found it here, and then a slightly fuller version (with all of the introductory section) here.. I reckon it… Read more »

Delusional Headlines

Sometimes I read a newspaper article and cannot believe my eyes. Today is one of those days. Yup, this is a rant. The source of my ire is this article from the Daily Telegraph : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/palestinianauthority/6263380/Hamas-and-Fatah-to-sign-unity-deal-in-Middle-East-peace-boost.html So let’s get this straight – a unity deal between an organization (Fatah) that at the least teeters on… Read more »

Nat’s reading

Well, on the Archaeological front, today’s theme is Rome, with the probable find of Nero’s (apparently) famous revolving dining room and the discovery of a major port. If you want a (whisper the word) creationist take on the finds of a ‘textile factory’ in Georgia, you could try http://creation.com/ancient-textile-factory Jaws eat your heart (and stomach)… Read more »