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The USA isn't invincible, and never was

 I’ve written several posts pondering why the United States of America, which has the world’s most extensive and expensive armed force, no longer wins wars. noch 907 Wörter

War And Peace

Mark Croucher's Behaviour Befouls The Shoddy Status Of The CIOJ

Mark Croucher’s Behaviour Befouls The Shoddy Status Of The CIOJ

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In Praise of Procrastination

In his memoir Confessions, Saint Augustine tells us that he used to pray “Lord, make me chaste – but not yet.” Augustine’s prayer not only became the world’s greatest pick-up line, but also illustrated a plight so common, that it explained why most of the world’s great religions were against procrastination, seeing it as a clear detour from the path of salvation and enlightenment. noch 383 Wörter


The Titular 'Cunctator'.

It seems appropriate that the first post on this blog should be a brief biography of the ‘Cunctator’ to whom I owe its name.

Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus Cunctator (FMC, for short) was born some time around 280BC, into a prestigious patrician gens so ancient that one of the Tribes of Rome was named after them. noch 589 Wörter