Monthly Archives: March 2015

Words Mean Things

I just posted the following in response to a story at the Deseret News regarding the payment those who forego insurance must remit: From the article: “The uninsured risk IRS fines.” The IRS doesn’t have to worry about such messy, … Continue reading

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What’s in a Word?

What’s in a Word?  Or, Why the Dictionary is Your Friend By Ken K. Gourdin I just posted the following regarding a post on the Utah Jazz blog at SLTrib.com: From the article: “They may have already found a few … Continue reading

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Lifted Up at the Last Day

“Lifted Up at the Last Day”: Thoughts on Personal Revelation By Ken K. Gourdin Some time ago as a member of the High Council, President [name redacted] gave a masterful talk in the Tenth Ward on the nature of revelation. … Continue reading

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People Are People

People Are People: They’re Not Their Characteristics By Ken K. Gourdin I just posted the following on another forum, for what it’s worth: Socrates is reported to have said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”  I think that’s true. … Continue reading

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Paul vs. Holtkamp

Paul vs. Holtkamp: If NBA Officials Really Are Too Sensitive, Gender Has Nothing To Do With It By Ken K. Gourdin Note: While other matters intruded to prevent my posting this on the blog in a more timely manner, I … Continue reading

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