Author Archives: Beth Donovan

About Beth Donovan

Wife. Mom. Grandma. fiber artist, goat farmer, messy housekeeper, decent cook. Oh, and I can shoot. Really well.

Merry Christmas

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I’m back. Been busy. Goatlings are to blame.

We have had 13 kids born here at Castle Argghhh Farm since December 21. Eight of those kids are bottle babies, living in the house, wearing diapers. It has been a bit crazy. I’m going to start moving them to … Continue reading

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Walmart is a Holy Land

This is a lovely Christmas story. Source: Walmart is a Holy Land

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Merry Christmas from Castle Argghhh Farm

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A Blast From The Future

Originally posted on According To Hoyt:
Come closer, children, and spread ears like elephants’. Let me tell you about the time of the ancestors.  You’ve heard all the stories and I know most of you don’t believe them, but listen…

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Authorities Search Redlands Home Tied To Suspect Syed Farook « CBS Los Angeles

So now people are afraid to report Middle Eastern men suddenly showing up because they don’t want to be guilty of profiling. A man who has been working in the area said he noticed a half-dozen Middle Eastern men in … Continue reading

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The DiploMad 2.0: Thoughts On Cultural Appropriation: Eat Tacos or the Terrorists Win!

For some stupid reason, I had forgotten about this excellent blog.  I will not forget it again. The brave student federation at UniOtt took to heart the progressive definition of cultural appropriation,Taking intellectual property, traditional knowledge, cultural expressions, or artifacts … Continue reading

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When will our leaders face up to the truth that the EU is a gigantic sham? – Telegraph

The disastrously uncoordinated response to the refugee crisis had already discredited the notion that this was a unified federation in which all member states had an equal voice. The grand verbiage of solidarity and cooperation simply dissolved when faced with … Continue reading

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The City of the Whited Sepulchres – The American Interest

Each community insists on being governed in its own way and Brussels, historically a French-speaking city in the midst of a Dutch-speaking countryside, has been a particularly thorny issue in Belgian politics. One compromise has been to divide power down … Continue reading

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Why Adoption Is the Biggest Blessing of Them All — Medium

I’ve always known that I was adopted. It was never a secret or held from me. Source: Why Adoption Is the Biggest Blessing of Them All — Medium   I was adopted also, and although I’m a day late for … Continue reading

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