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Two Woman Charged With Committing Bank Fraud, Identity Theft

HOUSTON (AP) — A U.S. attorney says two Houston women have been charged with committing bank fraud and identity theft.

U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson says 38-year-old Tonya Beverly and 43-year-old Leatrice Reynaud were arrested on charges of bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. 96 more words


I Don’t Know How

I don’t know how to escape
the cage of slums,
in which I live; wanted
by none, desired by many

For my ills, there’s no sum… 77 more words


I Suck With Names

(so apologies if you leave a comment and my first response is ‘wow, that guy commented!)

Both in my real life, and the fictional words I inhabit, I suck at remembering names; I met an old friend at a football game a few months ago, and remembered playing video games with him, but knew him as ‘The Guy That Played Star Wars Battlefront’, as opposed to knowing hum as David. 668 more words


Blog Identities: Conflict or Collaboration?

I have been struggling with the idea of keeping my blogs as separate entities.

While I consider this blog as an online resource for insight into my professional identity, I discuss professional topics in my… 97 more words


"How Can We Have A God-First Mentality In A Me-First World?" Sermon Talk Back

I love the fact I can have time on Mondays to just focus on God’s Word for awhile. Monday mornings I usual listen to sermon podcasts to get my mind in the right mind set for the week. 843 more words

Identity: An Inherent Theme of Portraiture

This post is about my experience with conveying an identity in a portrait. I read up on the subject in a book called Identity Theory by Peter Burke and Jan Stets. 805 more words


Preparing for battle against Generation Z

This week’s InfoNews column is all about the bad reputation us millennials have & what we can do about it. If you want to, you can read it HERE.