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The Limits to Precision

There is a reasonable limit to precision.

Why should this be so?

It is so because of the three-dimensional nature of precision.

As it is depicted now on a two-dimensional plane of paper, precision, discrimination to a finer detail, is depicted on the same plane. 506 more words


Effort to Expand Police Mental Health Coverage Progresses

Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A long-running effort to extend workers’ compensation benefits to police officers who receive mental health injuries on the job cleared a key hurdle Friday after years of defeat in the General Assembly. 549 more words


Tomball City to Commission Memorial Statue of Late Depot Conductor, Kenneth Walden

Tomball city is set to honor iconic educator and tour guide Kenneth Walden, who served as a volunteer station agent at the historic Tomball Train Depot since 2008, with a statue. 140 more words

Arts & Culture

There to Here

An excerpt from the fictional tales of
The Gentleman from Massachusetts.

On the question of immigration, I lack justification to deny any who simply seek a place to live. 239 more words


WEBINAR REPLAY: How to get your disability approved 11 months faster

Watch this week webinar replay and see how to use the same FREE-do-it-yourself OR Done-For-You disability approval strategy that has helped 11,023 members of this website collect over 12,000,000 in monthly disability checks 11 months faster than average. 30 more words



Do you think our government really cares about fixing crime?

Or is it all bullshit?

Is crime too big a business for the government to get rid of? 1,463 more words


Lies, Damn lies, and ....

What is so terrible about integrity!

I don’t know if my title to today’s post is part of a saying that is well-known in the USA. 1,292 more words