My book “Application of Impossible Things” is being featured by the publisher, Ozark Mountain Publishing. Discounted! Available for order online! Read reviews on their website! Click here for the link … Ozark has some other interesting books available as well – browse around.
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Golfing in Iraq
While in Iraq I took up golf. I love saying that. I enjoy strange juxtapositions: golf in a war zone. Take cover! Take cover! Now I have to tell you that we didn’t have a course; we had a driving range. We didn’t have grass; we had packed silty dirt. We didn’t have any groomedContinue reading “Golfing in Iraq”
Yesterday the wind was howling here in southern Arizona. Normally when winds are blustery and wild I feel restless, out of sorts, or downright cranky. The wind whips my hair into my eyes or tosses dust into my eyes, making it especially difficult to see when already I only have one good eye to workContinue reading “The Wind”
Review of Application of Impossible Things
Jim Szpajcher Book Review: Application of Impossible Things by Natalie Sudman I read this slim volume, which on the surface of the text was an account of her experiences while in an expanded state of consciousness as a result of being in an IED blast in Iraq. She packs a lot of data into herContinue reading “Review of Application of Impossible Things”
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Osama bin Laden’s Death, & Our Opportunity
I’m saddened by the reaction of some of my American friends to Osama bin Laden’s death. Boasting and strutting Americans are, in my opinion, Americans at their most mortifying. The effort to kill bin Laden lasted ten years, underlay two overt wars and countless covert ones, cost billions and billions and billions of dollars, spawnedContinue reading “Osama bin Laden’s Death, & Our Opportunity”