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One Word at a Time

The one thing I don’t like about going on holidays is that it often means I have to miss church service. (That might be the most Ned Flanders thing I’ve ever said, but it’s true.) But when I peeked into … Continue reading

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Parable Parabola (aka Morals for Morons)

In high school math, I (barely) learned that a parabola¬†is a u-shaped, two-dimensional geometric figure that, depending on how it intersects with our plane of existence, can also look like a line segment, one point or two points. Depending on … Continue reading

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