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Music Tip: Mat Devine - Tiny Knives EP

As you know, I’ve been doing some reviews of the singles from Mat Devine’s upcoming album Gold Blooded, scheduled for release on Sep 16. As a “pledger”, I was able to download and listen to it already a couple of weeks ago, and I’m currently working on a commentary of the album as a whole. 74 more words

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Town Outsourcing Human Relations, Insurance, Benefits Administration?

A little over two weeks ago, I made an inquiry regarding “the role of AON Hewitt in relation to the town; the date the service was acquired; the annual cost and the length of the contract.” 253 more words

Budget

Out of the Fire: On Leaving Roman Catholicism 8 (Witnessing to RC’s--A Labor of Love and of Angst)

Phyllis Nissila

From the riches of reader responses to my posts, I often glean inspiration for more essays, devotionals, and commentaries. This reader, with whom I share a common joy–having through time come further out of and away from the non-biblical aspects of Roman Catholicism–inspired me today with the next installment in this series. 1,271 more words

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Dub-Griot Kokumo Noxid's "Dialogical Two" Triumphs at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe

On Thursday August 28th, 2014 Griotology in association with Nuyorican Poets Cafe, one of New York City’s historical and premiere venues for poets and writers presented “Dialogical Part Two”. 471 more words

Commentaries

Summer Blogging

Summer Victories, Surprises, and Some Good, Honest “Negative” Data

I have been doing some planting in Truassic Park, trying to coax wild things to grow where they can be enjoyed by visitors.   865 more words

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The importance of Hourou Musuko

Is your heart always faithful there? [...]
If you knew the true me,
would you still smile like that?
[...] You can stay the way you are.

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Anime

Thought for the Day - Apples & Oranges

I recently read an article about a popular young actress, who claims that she’d been a “born-again Christian” for 4 years.  She says that this all changed when, at 16 yrs. 397 more words

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