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This is a personal blog about things that matter as filtered through the mind of an educated, opinionated American male.
What is justice? How did things get to be the way they are? Where do we go from here? Community and individuality, civilization and law, politics and tradition, reason and science, ritual and freedom, mercy and making a difference -- these are the issues that will determine our future.
Lately, there's been a bunch on here about writing, blogging, family, and marriage.
And then, on other days, it will just be blather -- but at least it will be in my voice.
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Tag Archives: Notary Public
My Job Search Continues
I heard back from the hiring manager on the job for which I interviewed recently. They decided to go with someone else. I am not surprised. Disppointed, sure. Just not surprised. In fact, if they had offered me the job, … Continue reading
Posted in Family, General Sharing, Notary Public, Writing Tagged career change, ebook, interview, job search, Notary Public, Notary Signing Agent Leave a comment
The Who and Why of This Blog
As with many milestones in my life, when I started this blog, I made a choice without really knowing what I was getting into, worked at it for a while, and later came back to get more official education on … Continue reading
Posted in Freelancing, General Sharing, Writing Tagged blogging101, justice, Notary Public, passion 4 Comments
On Notary Public Background Checks
I was on the NotaryRotary.com website today and saw this article about Notary Public background checks. While this is the sort of thing you might expect NotaryRotary to post on their Facebook page, they did not. So, I am sharing … Continue reading
Posted in Notary Public Tagged anti-competitive, anti-trust, Background checks, class action lawsuits, collusion, Dodd-Frank, GLBA, monopoly, Notary Public, NotaryRotary, vendor 1 Comment
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