Daily Archives: 4 March 2015

Veyron’s successor?

I believe you know that I am still in mourning over the production of the last Bugatti Veyron. HERE However, one of you alert readers sent me a piece from Car and Driver about the next Bugatti project. HERE Chiton … Continue reading

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4 March 1865: Lincoln’s 2nd Inaugural Address

A friend dropped a note to me: Today is the 150th Anniversary of Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address!  I just reread it.  I think it’s the finest writing (so far) in American English.  Perhaps it’s worthy of a blog post? I seem … Continue reading

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My View For Awhile: Close Call Edition

As usual, my flight is delayed.  It happens a lot at this airport.  I’ll have to dash for my connection.  Sigh. UPDATE I made it with about 5 minutes to spare.  I hope I’ll have a seat open by me. … Continue reading

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Christ’s childhood home found?

The “historical Jesus” is only of passing interest in comparison to the Lord of Salvation. The Daily Mail has a piece about how archaeologists, reading medieval manuscripts, have identified a likely place … Hewn into a hillside, this is the … Continue reading

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