Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nov 10 – The Boeing 777

Monday November 10  — “working together in common cause to produce the miraculous” I’ve been fussing with today’s post, “A Work Day in a Hard Time,”   all morning.  Too much to take in, too many implications calling for rumination. … Continue reading

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Nov 7 – Judges Stephen Rhodes c. 2:00 pm – Decision time on the Bankruptcy

Friday, November 7 —  “The good traveler cares for weary companions, grieves when we lose heart,  takes us where she finds us,  listens to us.” Today I’ll be more brief than usual.  Bankruptcy Judge Stephen Rhodes should announce his decision about … Continue reading

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Nov 5 – Elections, a bankruptcy exit plan, Detroit rebirth and the history of technology

Wednesday November 5 –  Scholars rarely sin by commission, by deliberate cheating the evidence Lots going on these days in Motown.   For the country, mid-term elections playing out as the half-century  after Cold War’s simplicities is only half over; … Continue reading

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Nov 3 Halloween — Eve of All Hallows

Monday November 3  “bowed low beneath the weight of loss.” A friend of mine told me over the weekend that s/he doesn’t much like Halloween as a national holiday.  “How did fake scary stuff get to be so big a … Continue reading

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