Home Columnists

Columnists

Peter Nelson’s travels – the road to Bogota

by Peter Nelson Awright!  FINALLY! South American soil! Every building in Cartagena seems to be made of stone walls, two feet thick and faded pink.  Since everything continues to be cheaper by the dozen, all 12 of...

The Patent Fence

by L. G. William Chapman, B.A., LL.B.     Recently I was intrigued to hear an account of the construction of a cedar split-rail fence.  The narrative...

My theory

by L. G. William Chapman, B.A., LL.B. It is probably peculiar to aged people especially to dwell upon the development of theories for living. If...

Withering Heights

by L. G. William Chapman, B.A., LL.B. When at last one has ploddingly attained the dizzying pinnacle of one’s career there is recognizably only one...

Peter Nelson’s travels – Mahjong in Hong Kong

by Peter Nelson The streets of Hong Kong city are corporate-busy — banks, businesses, high-class hotels. The streets of Kowloon are people-busy — markets, bars,...

Dastardly Living!

by L. G. William Chapman, B.A., LL.B. It is easy to imagine that equable, balmy weather is a blessing. And yet (and I say this...

Peter Nelson’s travels – New Zealand, Stewart Island Part 2

by Peter Nelson  Coming home to find Judy’s finally up and she’s got the teakettle on and a big stack of hot buttered toast ready. Today...

Process of elimination

by L. G. William Chapman, B.A., LL.B. Nobody likes computer problems though we've all had them.  What makes them so exasperating is that one hasn't...

No Time to Waste: a John Dunn story

Even though the calendar said it was Sunday, January 12th, the first day of the new week had shown very little charity to anyone....

Lining them up

While I would prefer to think otherwise, it is likely the sign of a small mind to obsess over the picayune details of everyday...

LATEST

FOLLOW US

1,368FansLike
508FollowersFollow
Share