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So, I looked back into my younger self...

Hi everyone! I have a question for you, have you ever had a Photobucket account? I have, and I didn’t remember until a few days ago, when I received a survey from Photobucket. 169 more words

APRIL 15, 2014 - NATIONAL TAX DAY - NATIONAL TAKE A WILD GUESS DAY - NATIONAL LIBRARY WORKERS DAY - NATIONAL RUBBER ERASER DAY - NATIONAL GLAZED SPIRAL HAM DAY

NATIONAL TAX DAY

To help fund the Civil War, federal income tax was introduce with the Revenue Act of 1861.  It was subsequently repealed, re-adopted and held unconstitutional.   688 more words

Looking Back

A look back....

This is one of the very first things I ever typed out, about my Autism. I think this was done at around April 2012, so about 2 years ago, thought I’d share it with you, quite a few people probably haven’t seen this one.  1,191 more words

Reignited Interest

I’ve begun making fancy bead jewelry again.

It’s been long since I had given up on the art of making do-it-yourself jewelry. It all began with a class in school, where we were asked to get creative with thread and beads. 153 more words

Thoughts Uncut

The obsessiveness of creation and the creativeness of obsession

This title is not simply an exercise in style, but a real question that keeps recurring between my wife and I. I’m obsessive. It feels that it’s the way I achieve things. 275 more words

Depression

Sam Vail, Fukushima, And Why Westporters Should Be Very, Very Worried

For better or worse, Westporters are experts at the NIMBY game. Cell towers, group homes, a new synagogue — there are tons of good reasons those things should go in your back yard, not mine. 604 more words

People

APRIL 14, 2014 - NATIONAL REACH AS HIGH AS YOU CAN DAY – NATIONAL DOLPHIN DAY - PAN AMERICAN DAY – NATIONAL EX SPOUSE DAY – NATIONAL PECAN DAY

NATIONAL REACH AS HIGH AS YOU CAN DAY

You will never know how far you can go, what you can accomplish, what you can achieve, what you can conquer, until you set out and give it your best, which is what we call – … 1,221 more words

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