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Chris Bennetts – Arrest Warrant – The Facts

By on April 7, 2016 in Travel & Expat Living

I have been the target of a known internet troll and Cyber Stalker for a number of years now who has published many false allegations about me, and dozens of other expats in the Philippines. In the past I worked with a number of other expats to get the false allegations removed including the many […]

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Dealing with a Cyber Stalker

By on February 29, 2016 in Travel & Expat Living
Dealing with a Cyber Stalker

I was recently attacked on a Facebook group I run with allegations that stem from an episode in my life that happened soon after I moved to the Philippines almost 10 years ago. There is enough to this story to right a book and it would be an amazing thriller / drama that includes things […]

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Why Multiculturalism does not work

By on February 27, 2016 in Society & Culture
Why Multiculturalism does not work

Multiculturalism is not simply the idea of letting other cultures into a country and benefiting from their contribution and being anti-multiculturalism is not the same as being anti-immigration or intolerant of other cultures. I love the richness and diversity that migration has brought to Australia. I would not want to go back to the old […]

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You are a function of the Universe

By on December 23, 2014 in Society & Culture
You are a function of the Universe

I saw this quote by Alan Watts and consider it very profound and worthy of contemplation. I decided to create a meme for it.

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My work desktop and my amazing computer resurrected from the dead

By on August 2, 2014 in Science & Technology
My work desktop and my amazing computer resurrected from the dead

My desk top is a bit cluttered as you can see.  Do I really need 3 computers with five monitors? Not really but two computers each with a second screen is perfect for my work. The 3rd computer is my old Mac resurrected from the dead.  What an amazing computer it has been.  First it […]

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Demise of my childhood hero – John Lennon

By on July 28, 2014 in Society & Culture
Demise of my childhood hero – John Lennon

I was a child of the 60s.  Not in the sense of being their and participating in that amazing decade of change.  I mean I was born at the beginning of the 60s and observed it as a child.  My earliest musical memory was trying to sing along to a song which I incorrectly interpreted […]

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The Three camps

By on March 30, 2014 in Society & Culture
The Three camps

I recently watched a talk by Rupert Sheldrake and Bruce Lipton with the title A Quest Beyond the Limits of the Ordinary given in 2007. I have been following their work for some time so I was excited to see the both on the same platform. They are the vanguard of generation of scientists who are challenging […]

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Basic curried rice for when you are tired of plain rice

By on March 8, 2013 in Food & Nutrition
Basic curried rice for when you are tired of plain rice

In the Philippines they love rice.  Have it three times a day with every meal.  I like rice also but not that much. Where I am staying now I have access to inexpensive seafood from a “wet market” which is the term the locals use to describe their local market which I guess can be […]

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Spicy Bok Choy in Garlic Sauce

By on March 4, 2013 in Food & Nutrition
Spicy Bok Choy in Garlic Sauce

I like to try out recipes and often make my own variations.  I just tried one recipe for spicy bok choy in garlic sauce.  I follow this recipe exactly and it was so nice I decided I had to blog about it. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/spicy-bok-choy-in-garlic-sauce/ Ingredients Original recipe makes 4 servings  (two of enjoyed the entire bowl) […]

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