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Photography and my Disability

This semester I decided to take a photography class. I was nervous since everything I read about photography was geared only to the able-bodied. I emailed the professor before classes started and he assured me that I could fully do photography. 216 more words

Walk Song

Walk Song
The first on my playlist
Always accompanying the heart
in love with the reason

At each step
the sighs of the lung worn by smog… 269 more words


Everyday Presence

Literally just 10 minutes ago I finished an online quiz for a sociology class I’m taking, Men and Masculinities.  It’s a 350 level class and it’s pretty difficult.   469 more words



If you truly believe in yourself, throw away the pride that you unnecessarily hold onto.

Ocbtober 21st, 2014

Labor Unions are Like Sunrises: What Did You Expect to Happen?

Here is a second post inspired by watching Pride on Sunday.

It mystifies me when I hear people, especially working-class people, complain about unions.  Living in an industrial society and hating labor unions is like living on Earth and hating the sunrise. 302 more words


Agile Pride

Few days ago, while I was observing a daily meeting, one thing caught my immediate attention. Achievement of sprint goal was unlikely and there were mere hours left to the review and demo. 626 more words


Post-season play follows a stellar season

After a week hiatus following the final match of the regular season, the women’s team is in final preparation for conference tournament play beginning Wednesday (10/22). 314 more words

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