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I am One Hundred and Three


That’s a lie, this blog is actually now 31 days old. I have tried my best to make a post every day, ‘cept sometimes have been over socialized and want to do nothing more than hide in a corner and stare at nothing-ness. 794 more words


The Throwaway Epidemic

Purnoor T.

In the past few decades, humans have taken to a more sedentary lifestyle. This has not only lead to the over consumption of disposable items around the household, but has also had an impact on the amount of waste we produce. 389 more words


America – City on a Hill?

A City on a Hill” first entered the American lexicon in the 1630 sermon “A Model of Christian Charity”, by the Puritan John Winthrop. 1,667 more words


So you’ve gone from wearing one mask (system), to wearing another…and still don’t know what you are.

A mass of I don’t know!



What month is it? September. It is Christmas yet? No. We still have Halloween, Thanksgiving (shout out to all those ‘homies’ in the USA…U.S.A U.S.A !!) , remembrance day and such. 189 more words

My Media

16th Week PhD: Individualism and Consumerism

Another week gone, and still there is much to do! Also, my mom is doing better after surgery and continues to recover. Thank you to all of you who are keeping her in your thoughts and prayers. 315 more words


"Please Change These 4 Quarters For 100 Pennies." -No One Ever! Remembering Quality In A Society Obsessed With More

Everybody knows about quality over quantity, we’ve all heard that term.  But it seems to be a value lost in today’s consumer driven society where we mustn’t necessarily have just the really good things we need, but keep up with the Jones’ as have everything, stuff we don’t need. 683 more words