Links to Other Material (Prehistory Lives and Dinosaurs Rock)

The links below are for additional writings, some previously published, and some of that long ago in old print magazines and journals. My old boss had greenish-brown scales from his paternal T-rex granddad and his secretary (not personal assistant) had a colourful, expandable neck frill that shot out with a “Fwap!” when she got excited. That’s how long ago it seems. I typed on a Smith-Corona classic portable – only 22 pounds light. You could take it anywhere! Plop it on the hotel room desk and off you go, only to spend hours transmitting the story and photos page and image at a time while the sun rose, breakfast passed, you showered, dressed, held a power meeting or two, and then had lunch. The good old days, indeed, although I admit fewer mistakes ended in print than do today.

About the links: Some of you have read them but those who haven’t or wish to revisit them may find the writings fun and interesting. They’re about history, ideas, and culture and that pesky religion-politics thing. I hope you enjoy them. – Brian

https://medium.com/@briandsadie/good-christian-sex-939b4a3656d5

https://medium.com/@briandsadie/because-the-bible-tells-me-so-ba821de37102

https://medium.com/@briandsadie

 

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About Brian D. Sadie / eloquentb

Brian D. Sadie is president of the film company Eloquent Bastard Productions. He was formerly Executive Director of The Joseph K. Foundation: On Privacy and was recruited and hired as an analyst for the Defense Intelligence Agency. His writing appears in publications as diverse as The Economist, Boston Book Review, TeenLife, and Informationen der Gesellschaft für politische Aufklarüng. Mr. Sadie is often a featured contributor to educational and Ed Tech entities about education and literacy. He graduated with honors from Harvard University in History and Middle Eastern Studies and was a Pew Fellow at Boston University at the Institute of Culture, Religion and World Affairs. He is an ardent sports fan and equally ardent critic of the business of sports.
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