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Where everyday life meets Citizenship

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Me, A Closet Nerd

[...] should recite every day: “By golly, I like myself, and being smart is A-OK.” Sean Crawford On the Great Plains April 2014 Footnotes: ~The incident in Simone de Beauvoir’s life was [...]

Fear Fouls Thinking

[...] . Let’s say, “I am not a lamb, but everyone knows you are a wolf.” Sean Crawford  Under the blessed shield of NATO, A shield held up by young men and women willing [...]

The Zen of Brave Men Listening

[...] Alberta-born singer KD Lang, “Clear your mind and the rest will follow.” Sean Crawford A homely middle-aged man, Who’ll be glad when this war is over, And I don’t have [...]

God, Guns and a Gay Mother

[...] are singing, singing for our lives.” (Holly Near, 1979) CONTACT _Con-3EF836BA1 \c \s \l Sean Crawford As red and white Calgary Stampede flags flutter at road intersections, Stardate 1406.35 [...]

Not To Be Robert Heinlein

[...] as my splendid brother-in-law is. Still, I’ve enjoyed this small thought experiment. Robert Heinlein remains my favorite author. I don’t think I’ll write about groups of friends who don’t [...]

A Poem for Richard Cory

[...] . No, not Oliver, and not Ann: I remembered Friday, the grown woman in the book Friday by Robert Heinlein. Poor Friday, like a schoolgirl out of Never Let Me Go, couldn’t leave the cold orphanage [...]

Freedom of Insult and Gaining Peace

[...] discuss everything from motherhood and apple pie to the queen. This was in Space Cadet by Robert Heinlein. His viewpoint character, as a freshman, is initially quite distressed at the student [...]

Live to Work

[...] work as part of your total balanced life. Lean in. Live to work. In the novel Friday by Robert Heinlein, an old relative of Friday is a rich, sensible Chief Executive Officer. He dies. Friday, [...]

Words, Guys and Unisex

[...] paper, right up until the conclusion. ~Much of what makes the Chtorr Wars future feel like science fiction is the incredible lack of hubris among most people in the chain of command. This healthy lack [...]

Poetics of Communism and the Beautiful Art of War

[...] as a paperback can ever be, a best seller, a book that would especially appeal to fans of science fiction or history, with its intricate fantastical depictions of a lone Englishman cast ashore, a [...]

Webizens and a Sense of Wonder

[...] ’m not surprised to find myself still liking that “crazy, disrespectable” fantasy and science fiction such as the movie Alice In Wonderland. My childhood was many years before Star Wars  [...]

Outriders and UFO's

[...] . That old show, long forgotton, was, as noted on the web, a series where, unusual for a science fiction, the endings were seldom satisfactory to the characters. Still, UFO is escapist entertainment. [...]

One Thing Remembered

[...] , is not proving to be a viable strategy. A Good Life In my car this August morning, on CBC radio, in clear sight of the still snow-capped Rockies, I heard about a community spirited man [...]

Acid BLog, Stupid Yankee University

[...] students, according to their actions, need to be sheltered. As Canadian Rex Murphy said on the CBC radio, “Is this a university or a daycare?” How could an entire campus not be on the [...]

Stupid New Math

[...] essaysbysean.blogspot.com The other day I was listening to two schoolteachers on the CBC radio. They were talking about the “new math.” I was astonished: Are people still [...]

God, Guns and a Gay Mother

[...] headquarters. In this he had the full backing of his base commander. I heard about it on CBC radio. During this month every year, there is a gay pride parade in many cities all over the [...]

Fine Man, Fine Writer

[...] to see a man, a fine man. I’m glad I went, I’m so glad I follow my passion. Sean Crawford Calgary October 2014 Footnotes: ~As I’ve said before, most notably in my No Links is Good [...]

Introverts and Messages

[...] . You are beautiful. And God bless you, introverts. You are natural and valid. Sean Crawford Calgary October 2014 Footnotes: The introvert lady, Susan Cain, did a Tedtalk in 2012 (link) I [...]

Outriders and UFO's

[...] make Stingrayand Thunderbirds. UFOof course, takes place in the future: …1980. Sean Crawford Calgary October 2014 Footnotes: I should point out that last week’s light piece now ends with [...]

Freedom of Insult and Gaining Peace

[...] . God bless excited young students; I almost wish I were young again, among you. Sean Crawford Calgary October 2014 Footnotes: No footnotes today, except to say I have made no links: I encourage [...]

Trolls and Wrights

[...] produced Homer, an everyday world of wrights, sensei’s and the pursuit of excellence. Sean Crawford Calgary August 2014 Footnotes: ~I exposed the moral difference between the film Troy and Homer’s [...]

Happiness

[...] pain Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain. Sean Crawford Calgary August 2014 Footnotes: ~ I thought of the phrase “I haven’t seen hide nor hair of him” [...]

One Thing Remembered

[...] us. To be continued… … … I’ll do fiction, without directly focusing on humor. Sean Crawford Calgary August 2014 Footnotes: ~At the Words convention, as I bought my ticket for next year, [...]

Poetics for Abe Lincoln

[...] talked, Knowing and unknowing. Lincoln was the green pine. Lincoln kept on growing. Sean Crawford Calgary January 2015 Footnote: Honest Abe was involved in his war: He managed by walking around, now [...]

Remarks for a Fainting Robin

[...] pain, Or help one fainting robin unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain. Sean Crawford Calgary January 2015 Footnotes: ~Here’s an old joke: Q: What do you get when you play a country [...]

A Poem for Richard Cory

[...] Cory, one calm summer night, Went home and put a bullet through his head. Sean Crawford Calgary January 2015 Footnotes: ~My favorite Star Trek episode is the one where Captain Kirk [...]

Poetics of Face Lines

[...] The sculpture of these granite seams Upon a woman’s face. Sean Crawford February 2015 Calgary Footnotes: ~For the past month my most popular post by hit count, to my surprise, is Fears of [...]

Rain Falling On Hemlock

[...] , snow is falling on cedars… and two brothers are gone... Sean Crawford December 2014 Calgary Footnotes: ~ 25 miles is 40 kilometers. ~In elementary school our teacher showed us a [...]

Poetics of Communism and the Beautiful Art of War

[...] very queer. Very straight, but very narrow. Sean Crawford August 2013.45 February 2015.18 Calgary Footnotes: ~I just remembered: My favourite computer nerd millionaire and essayist, Paul Graham, has [...]

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Me, A Closet Nerd

[...] should recite every day: “By golly, I like myself, and being smart is A-OK.” Sean Crawford On the Great Plains April 2014 Footnotes: ~The incident in Simone de Beauvoir’s life was [...]

Fear Fouls Thinking

[...] . Let’s say, “I am not a lamb, but everyone knows you are a wolf.” Sean Crawford  Under the blessed shield of NATO, A shield held up by young men and women willing [...]

The Zen of Brave Men Listening

[...] Alberta-born singer KD Lang, “Clear your mind and the rest will follow.” Sean Crawford A homely middle-aged man, Who’ll be glad when this war is over, And I don’t have [...]

God, Guns and a Gay Mother

[...] are singing, singing for our lives.” (Holly Near, 1979) CONTACT _Con-3EF836BA1 \c \s \l Sean Crawford As red and white Calgary Stampede flags flutter at road intersections, Stardate 1406.35 [...]

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