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David Ancell
Catholic husband and father, pharmacist, computer geek who enjoys blogging as well as podcasts and videos.
Catholic husband and father, pharmacist, computer geek who enjoys blogging as well as podcasts and videos.
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I must admit that I am not good at fasting. I guess I just like my food too much. Yes, I know I need to do something about it, and having days of fasting like Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are good for me. I guess I have also not been good at getting…

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I have posted a new videocast Since I did a review of the GX850 and gave it a pretty good review, I believed it was only right that I gave an update since I returned it.  I wanted people to know what happened so that anyone considering this camera can…

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I have posted a new podcast episode. Download it here. A popular Lenten devotion series online advertises itself with the line “Don’t give up chocolate for Lent.”  I’m sure they had good intentions, and I’m not saying that there is anything wrong with…

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Just before Lent, I wanted to get this posted . . . Last fall, my family and I took a trip to Stone Mountain near Atlanta, Georgia.  I managed to take a few minutes away to hike up the mountain, and it’s a beautiful and fun hike.  Here I share some…

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I have just posted another podcast after a long hiatus.  I’m starting my new season. Go hear or download the episode here. This one’s really just a brief introduction to what I’m hoping to accomplish with the blog, video, and the podcast.  I’ll try to get…

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I just posted my latest blog post. To be honest, I put two topics together that could have been separate posts. I guess I am a little behind on writing.

http://www.davidancell.com/2017/02/01/the-pro-life-movement-and-the-behavior-of-our-mainstream-media-towrds-trump/

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I think this article by Neil Gorsuch shows why he is a great nominee for the Supreme Court. Too many thing that should have been decided through legislation and the democratic process are being done by of the courts. Maybe some liberals know that they will never get their cause through to society that way, but after some judicial legislation, they can later gain acceptance by people.

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/213590/liberalsnlawsuits-joseph-6

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Here is my latest blog post. Let's not be so eager to oppose the "women's march" or any of the trajectory of the Obama administration that we forget that legitimate concerns exist about our new president. We can hope for the best, definitely better than things could have been, but we need to remain honest about the situation we are in.

http://www.davidancell.com/2017/01/22/dont-forget-that-there-are-valid-concerns-about-the-new-president/

I hope that the March for Life gets as much coverage as this "march for women" is getting. However, if history is any indicator, I won't hold my breath.

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Is it just me, or is it really stupid that a carrier charges you a fee to buy a new cell phone?

http://www.macworld.com/article/3156028/mobile/verizon-jacks-phone-upgrade-fees-from-20-up-to-30.html
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