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Poem - The Sapling

The Sapling

by Shannon Samuelson-Reeves

It all began as a glimmer of hope

Dropped in the fertile bed of life

Nourished by the veiled gardener… 160 more words

Life

North Korea's Internet Is Down.... Did They Forget To Pay Their Bill?

It appears that as I type this, North Korea is experiencing an nationwide outage of their Internet service. Yes, North Korea is on the Internet and has been for a few years now. 223 more words

Commentary

Don't forget the reason for the season

You’ve already done a million things and it seems like you’ve got a million more to do. 

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Edwardsville

The Chicago Bears Season is Pure Poetry.

Unfortunately, it’s the type of ancient epic poetry where everyone dies gruesome deaths and the world is eaten by a snake.
In the latest verse, the backup QB is out with a concussion.

News

Not Wanting To Make Things Up

Almost all of us draw on autobiographical material when writing. This leads to a lot of powerful prose, and probably saves a ton of money in psychiatric bills. 325 more words

Commentary

Market Week: December 22, 2014

The Markets

Patience is a virtue: The Federal Reserve’s announcement that it would be “patient” with interest rate hikes was Santa’s cue to drop off gifts a little early. 523 more words

Commentary

a day in chinatown



location: chinatown, san francisco, california

i thought it would be good time to go christmas shopping at the chinatown last saturday. the weather was gloomy and chilly but the weatherman said no rain until the evening. 417 more words

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