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A compendium of politically incorrect polemics and other writings


WELCOME to The-View-Less-Seen,
a compendium of politically incorrect polemics and sundry benign writings on a limitless range of current topics both ephemeral and eternal.

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Tom Billings, a veteran journalist, corporate executive, and consultant, is originator and principal author of The-View-Less-Seen.

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A quasi-renaissance person, the author, Tom Billings, is now semi-retired from a career as a management consultant and senior corporate executive in various industries including newspapers, theatre, computers, software, and membership organizations.

Back when a few dinosaurs still wandered the face of the earth and after a stint at Deep Springs College on a California cattle ranch, he earned both a B.A. with honors in political philosophy and an M.B.A. from Harvard before venturing into the real world.

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In recent years, he regularly wrote an editorial column in The Alameda Journal, and his writing also appears in The San Francisco Chronicle, Oakland Tribune, and many other publications. Those traditions continue here.