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Sharing Stories; God or Karma or Vultures

I was talking with a woman today who told me something that made me think. “I am gullible and I am not ashamed, but I am only gullible to a point.” She went on to enumerate the internet scams that … Continue reading

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The chickification of America

Rush did it again. Geez. I think its a sad commentary on the poor education and lack of awareness of American citizens that Rush Limbaugh still has an audience. Apparently, according to Rush, the NFL support for Breast Cancer Awareness … Continue reading

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Sharing your stories

I come across women every day that move me with their stories. Stories I feel the world should hear. Here is another one. I met with a woman today who is transitioning out of prison. She has been working at … Continue reading

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A minor catharsis brought on by listening in on the conversations of strangers

Sometimes, if I find myself alone with a free evening, I go to get dinner and a beer at the cafeteria at a local Asian cafeteria. Today being Friday, it was crowded with people drawn in by really cheap but … Continue reading

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I thought I cared about Miley’s twerking, until I realized there are more important things to care about

Like the world feeling completely justified in judging a young woman’s twerking. Really, who are we too judge? How many of us didn’t have our less than classy moments at 20 years old? But that’s really beside the point. I’d … Continue reading

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