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Bike Lanes In Guelph

I’ve lived, for a time, in the beautiful City of Guelph and often have enjoyed cycling in and around the municipality. It’s a lovely city that is surrounded by rural area, and is also home to the University of Guelph, an agricultural institution of learning. Just north of the small city, located in Ontario Canada

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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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Tips for Extracting the Argument from any Discourse

Most arguments you’ll deal with — outside of a logic textbook — will not be nicely formatted into clearly marked premises and conclusions. In normal writing and dialogue, premises are not always presented in the most logical order, some premises are implied and not stated at all, and some are lumped together in such a

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