Archives: July 2015

More Pushup Variations

The other day, I wrote about some variations on the traditional pushup, including modifications that work the laterals and obliques. Today, I was looking for some other challenging pushups that I could try and came across a video at youtube. Watching what these guys can do is pretty amazing! One thing I’ve found is that

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Pushup Challenge Update

Last week, I wrote about starting the “100 Pushup Challenge” and about some of the challenges  I have faced in the past when trying to attempt it. I haven’t done pushups every single day, but since I started on July 2nd, 2015, I’ve improved my strength by 5 pushups! Not too bad for an old

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Wave Accounting Apps Review

I have been using Linux for my desktop operating system for years. Prior to that, I used a version of Windows and generally disliked the Microsoft operating systems. However, for accounting purposes, I used QuickBooks and that is the sole reason I had any computers that continued to run Windows as accounting packages for Linux

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Tyranny Of The Offended

I keep watching what is happening in our land of America right now, and am amazed at how insane people can be. Insane thinking is ubiquitous, it seems. I think it is our horrible education system which often claims to teach children to think, but more often than not, instead of learning critical thinking skills,

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Ad Hominem Fallacy

In many online discussions and debates, I read frequent examples of ad hominem or also known as argumentum ad hominem.  This type of fallacy is meant to attack the character of a person instead of pointing out errors in their argument or premise. Often, people will use this type of fallacy when it comes to linking

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100 Push Up Challenge

Ok, I’m going to take the challenge. Have started before, but something always comes up. Like…. a sprained wrist caused by excessive… sex. Yes, that’s it. When you hit the age of 42 like I have, you have to find ways to stay motivated to keep in shape. Around that age, things start to “fall

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