Monthly Archives: August 2015

Seeking Asylum

What would it be like if you could seek asylum in a US-allied country when facing some of the atrocities in your community? That’s the question Darnell L. Walker wants to answer. Darnell, a talented writer, blogger, actor, and social … Continue reading

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Burglar Tools?

I was scrolling through my available Mass Drop offers the other day. If you don’t know, Mass Drop is a competing site to Groupon that offers various products or services at discounted prices. So, this one Mass Drop item popped … Continue reading

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Spelling is Fundamental

“Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” ~~ Jewish Philosopher Maimonides~~ Back in the day, there was a catchphrase, Reading is Fundamental, which … Continue reading

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It’s Just Another Pissing Match

If I’m in a competition and want to convince you that I’m a better choice than everybody else, I don’t find it very practical to do this by shitting on my competitors. I’m not going to expend my energy trashing … Continue reading

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