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Get Yo Finger Out My Face!

***This was written on January 12, 2010***

{A SUNDAY MORNING CHURCH SERVICE HAS JUST CONCLUDED. CICELY, A CHURCH MOTHER, AND DIANA, A NURSE, LOOK OVER AT DERRICK, A VISITOR, AND BEGINS TALKING ABOUT HIM.} 842 more words

Bro. B.I.B.

The Wisconsin Democratic establishment's hypocrisy on criticizing the Wisconsin Democratic establishment

Over two years ago, an obscure professional photographer by the name of Lori Compas took matters into her own hands when Mike Tate and the rest of the Wisconsin Democratic establishment refused to support an effort to recall Republican State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald from office. 280 more words

Wisconsin

The power of appearances and how they deceive - a short note but sufficient

Nowadays we live in a society where everything, or almost everything, is based and judged by appearances.
Most of the times, without any knowledge, neither about things nor about people. 706 more words

Talks

Learning to value

Only when you look past the flaws and stop criticizing is when you will be able to find and see the true beauty and learn to value what you have in front of you.

The Lone Critic

It is 12:27 am and I have somewhere to be 9 hours from now. But instead of wisely taking the chance to sleep for a good number of hours, I, for some reason, chose to write a post I have been battling with for the past few months. 366 more words

Keys

‘UK official warns charity with closure’

The biggest organizer of food banks in the UK has allegedly been threatened by a government official with closure for criticizing welfare cuts.

Chris Mould, the head of Britain’s leading charity the Trussell Trust, said that he had been warned by a senior aid to Britain’s Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith during a private conversation in March last year to stop attacking the benefits system or “the government might try to shut you down,” the… 224 more words

News

Ponderous Profundity #4

The internet is invigorating like a million people giving voice to their opinions, thoughts, and feelings in a choral harmoic of hubric glory;
Don’t focus on the opinions of the individual singers. It destroys the effect.