On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts

On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part VI

October 12, 2014

Writer and Gardener conclude that nothing remains the same, ideas, beliefs, even the revelations of someone’s god or gods change because over time people, believers and non believers alike, select from the past what they want and or need to follow, throwing all the loose nuts and bolts aside. And so the Writer is Optimistic, like the Frenchman and the Gardener is busy at his work.

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On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part V

July 27, 2014

In which the Writer and the Gardener while circling around the writings of the Frenchman, find themselves circling in a spiral where religious law stands above constitutional law. But even here, after carefully studying the evidence, Writer and Gardener come to the conclusion that the verdict against Sodom is erroneous. Humans, being humans, will always build a case against anyone who has what they want.

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On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part IV:B

June 27, 2014

In which the Writer and the Gardener continue circling around the writings of the Frenchman, where they espy below the smoldering remnants in a place called Waco which confuses and bewilders them, it’s presence not unlike the ruins on the plains of Jordan, they’d read of in an earlier part. Could this be god’s wrath or the wrath of the majority and if of the majority, how can so few remember having had any thought on it before it came about?

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On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part IV A

May 27, 2014

In which the Writer and the Gardener circle around the writings of the Frenchman, who visited the United States during its growing years and foresaw the difficulty of determining if We, the People is the majority as well as all the rest of us. In this section our intrepid duo try to determine if the Frenchman is a Liberal or a Conservative.

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On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part III

March 24, 2014

In which the Writer and the Gardener must determine why the spiral of good often descends into the murky atmosphere of misconception, sometimes aided by the ASS virus, which simplifies the irrational.

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On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part II

March 13, 2014

In which the Writer and the Gardener following the idea that if we believe good outweighs bad, then can’t this be applied to those on Death Row, that in the event one of the guilty are innocent then isn’t it better to keep all prisoners on death row alive. Isn’t it in our best interest to broaden the view of good rather than subdue it with evil in the pursuit of justice?

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On The Spiraling Circle Of Good And Other Nuts And Bolts, Part I

March 6, 2014

In which the Gardener, following the Wife’s line of reason, questions the Writer’s idealism, since the Writer finds it hard to believe that Billy Barns returned his lost camera. What are the odds that people, when confronted with a choice, will find it in their best interest to act for the general good of all?

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