Long fermenting quotage.

I am saving this draft and going to sit on it for at least a week. Adam is not saying he is a saint: if you read his books (and you should) you will realize that he has had is times of self loathing and simultaneously being a cad. He’s repented, and he gives old Continue Reading

10 Sept Psalm

I put the lectionary post together last night and did not schedule it at the correct time. So here is some more bible. Psalm 111 111 [a] Praise the Lord! I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart, in the company of the upright, in the congregation. 2 Great are the works Continue Reading

10 October 19

People have always fallen from the faith after having periods of trust. Not all who proclaim that they are of Christ are so. Pray that Christ will preserve us, so that we may not be among those who abandon the faith. 2 Timothy 1:13-18 13 Follow the pattern of the sound[a] words that you have Continue Reading

Wednesday Kipple.

Shot This is the growing sentiment in the UK and has, to an extent, overtaken Brexit vs Remain. People have had politicians up to the back teeth. The concept of your MP being your representative is at present in the UK a sick joke and with loads of justification. The people voted to leave, there Continue Reading

8 Oct 19

This is eight hundred years before Christ and still true. There are those who build wealth by borrowing for war and empire and glory and loot (never forget the loot). Many are not warlords, but bankers, intelligence operatives, those involved in statecraft for country and profit. But the debt must be paid. It must always Continue Reading

Tech Monday.

The big thing this week has been modifying the server to get it stable, usable, and mozilla free. The first problem was that there was an LVM that we could not boot from. I removed all the hard disks from this, reparticitioned, and reformatted. The Debian 10 advanced installer helped as there were far more Continue Reading