Category Archives: Creative Problem Solving

Zero Tolerance for Zero Tolerance

Zero Tolerance is the opiate of the insipid and the idiotic, it is a phrase used by too many to hide behind, instead of an effective tool. They are rules not unlike mandatory sentencing in our courts that attempt to … Continue reading

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John Godfrey Saxe – The Blind Men and the Elephant

i. IT was six men of Indostan  To learning much inclined, Who went to see the Elephant (Though all of them were blind), T hat each by observation Might satisfy his mind. ii. The First approached the Elephant,  … Continue reading

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Teen-wolf, A parable in too many words

The young wolf was concerned. He had noticed that the alpha female was ignoring him and the alpha male spent most of his time making the young wolf’s life a living hell. Slashing, taking his food, snarling when he came … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill on the Modern Condition

I believe I would have liked to have had a conversation with Winston Churchill and here’s why, in his own words. Bessie Braddock: “Sir, you are drunk.” Winston Churchill: “Madam you are ugly but in the morning I will be … Continue reading

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Wedges, Splitting Logs, and The U.S. Government

I keep hearing the same old tired platitudes from our congress and executive branch. I wonder when was the last time you heard something that was really new? Can You remember when something truly new was proposed other than a … Continue reading

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