Inexplicable Daily Events: The Japanese Care. Congress Lunches on Wheat

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Inexplicable Daily Events – IDE – Olive Oil or Billy Joel?

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The Making of a Presidential Hopeful

In the year 2016, to run for the job of US President it takes one of the following two mandatory qualifications: Read more »

AP Reporters Impressed with English-Speaking Foreigners

What makes an AP (associated press) reporter? Their ability to say “I’m a native speaker.” Of what language? Of course, American. Read more »

TheWeekholeView – Man-made Fertilizer or Animal-made Manure, That Is the Question

Here, each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week: Read more »

TheWeekholeView – Human Rights Organizations Dared to Say No to Drones. TPV Wonders Why

TPV is using the above visual without permission. TPV hopes that’s morally okay with both artists. Read more »

TheWeekholeView from the Appalachian Trail

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TheWeekholeView- Easter Eggs or Crusades

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Do you want crap in your food? Inquires a Reader

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TheWeekholeView: December 12 through December 18, 2012

Here each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week: Last Wednesday, December 12, 2012, people who did not watch the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief, reacted... Read more »

Who’s the Democrat?

We cannot be sure whether President Obama got sick of ThePotholeView calling him names or whether he just woke up and decided to get some work done. I remain cautious. This is... Read more »

Google Chromebook Attack!

Google is diversifying its single-minded attitude to own us all – material or not. It has just introduced a computer device, the Chromebook, which comes in two versions: one without any local... Read more »


Now, this is news bigger than both Apple introducing the iPhone 5, and bionic suits helping paraplegics walk again. The French dating site Adopt-a-guy, has just opened a physical store where... Read more »

Not Enough Work. Too Many Guns

I grew up getting ready for a life of work. I know, that statement tells you that I grew up in Europe and I am middle age. Somehow we seem to have... Read more »