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About jimd

Christian, ESL teacher, retired computer programmer, former US Army soldier, former Peace Corps Volunteer. Like to paint, build and fly rc airplanes, play guitar, ride unicycle, juggle, and hang out with my university students. Am currently residing in a foreign country but I do love America.

The Jesuits Radical Agenda

Here is an excerpt from the Jesuit Oath: “I do further declare, that I will help and assist and advise all or any of his Holiness’ agents in any place wherever I shall be, and do my utmost to extirpate … Continue reading

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Jesus Colors the World

Painted from Velasquez in acrylic.

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Was Jesus a Mystic?

A flower is a beautiful object but it also often has a wonderful smell, a nice texture and graceful movement in the wind and of course, a life. That is the true reality that we are typically oblivious to; we … Continue reading

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Praying for my enemies…

I don’t have any enemies in the sense that there is anyone that wants to kill me or me them. I can’t even think of anyone I hate and I have never wished anyone dead. Yet, I do have enemies … Continue reading

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Does God Do Statistics?

I watched a movie about Alan Turing, the brilliant mathematician who helped solve the riddle of the German code machine. Once he was able to read the enemies coded messages, he had a conundrum: if the British Army showed up … Continue reading

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Juggling Machine

  Over the past five years I have build a few simple ball juggling machines. The simplest just throws a steel ball bearing from one “mitt” to the other. A second type actually bounces the ball into the other mitt. … Continue reading

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Six Entertaining Things To Do With A Robotic Arm

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