Douglas Galbi, the author of purple motes

profile picture of Douglas GalbiWelcome to Douglas Galbi’s journal of whimsy and hope.  May you perceive a bit of the divine and amusing amidst purple motes.  And rubbish, too.  I remind you, rubbish is part of life.

If you’re looking for a particular post or topic, your best bet is to try using the search box on the right column near the top. Or try the (partial) topic index.  I encourage you to explore what you’re not looking for.  That will make your life more wonderful.

Here’s some information about me petrified from my stream of life.  You can find a lot of my work on Galbi Think!, as well as my YouTube channel. You can also see me in time through this journal.  For example, if you want to see what I was thinking about in August, 2011, use the URL https://www.purplemotes.net/2011/01/  You can form other similar URLs for other months and dates.  purple motes began in November, 2005.

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Here’s some information about contacting me.

8 thoughts on “Douglas Galbi, the author of purple motes”

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  2. http://archive.is/PqB1Z and http://fathersunite.org/Child%20Support%20Incentive%20Abuse%20Report.pdf may be of interest to you.

    I also learned while reading the report at the second URL that Federal law [42 US Code 654(21)(a)] caps the amount of interest that a state may charge on child support arrears.

    My family court judge was not happy to learn about this statute, and even less so when I requested a recalculation of my retroactive child support obligation using this interest rate.

  3. Douglas Galbi knits together sources, some well studied and some more obscure, to reconstruct the nuance of the imbalance of power between the genders, both historically and today. In so doing he puts himself in the position of a renegade going against the grain of the established academia. Despite being unconventional in this, his efforts are methodologically sound and well within the practices of the craft of a professional historian. This is not to say that one is always forced to accept his conclusions, yet they are argued in a convincing and thorough way that well exceeds the practices of some of the less sensible feminist authors writing in the field. I can recommend this blog with a clear conscience that I am supporting scholarly work and genuine food for though.

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