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Logic is Obsolete

And racist, naturally.

I’ve been busy for a while with studying, and I have some articles that I might want to post on, now that I’m not so busy.   1,733 more words

Society

Love and fear

I’m spending my Good Friday transcribing interviews and finishing a story.

The story I’m writing is on race, class and education in Durham, and it’s complicated. 1,350 more words

Ethnic diversity hard to find in rural communities

Diversity is lacking in small Kansas towns.

Many of these communities have populations that are at least 90 percent white, according to U.S. Census data. This is not a far cry from the percentages for Kansas and the country as a whole. 602 more words

Rural

Torrance Man Nearly Killed In Boston Bombings Returns To City For Marathon

BOSTON (CBSLA.com) — A Torrance man who was critically injured in last year’s Boston bombings has returned to the city for this year’s marathon.

John Odom and his wife, Karen, took part in the one mile tribute walk for Boston bombing survivors on Sunday. 426 more words

News

Merchant of Venice (1910)

This is another Italian adaptation of Shakespeare, by the same director who gave us “King Lear” a little while before. This makes sense as an adaptation, since the story is clearly set in Italy, but unfortunately the version we have is incomplete, so it’s hard to rate its success. 189 more words

Reviews

The Road Unknown

We can’t be afraid of change. You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in, but if you never venture out of it, you will never know that there is such a thing as an ocean, a sea. 1,190 more words

Born to win

Everywhere I look, people are busy trying to prove themselves better than someone else. We are taught from a very early age to be competitive and measure our success by how well we compare to others. 420 more words

Inspiration