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On Spanking/Child Abuse

The other day, I came across these two articles:

A.) The Psychology of Spanking

B.) Pro-Spanking Studies May Have Global Effect

Regardless of source biases which may be present (news that titles itself as “American”), I’d like to address the points and statistics made by both sides of the spanking argument. 1,525 more words

Indiana Basketball vs. Eastern Washington Recap

I’ve put this one off because it hurts, but I need to do it. Indiana lost on Monday to Eastern Washington at home. Yep, that game happened. 859 more words

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The blues community's silence on Ferguson.

Blues audiences the world over recognise the genre’s origins in the oppression of African Americans under slavery and segregation. But when it comes to racial tensions in the present day, blues blogs, websites, and facebook groups are surprisingly silent. 1,453 more words

This Day in History Nov 23 2014 Life Magazine Robert Johnson Larry Hagman Roald Dahl Madding Crowd

 by History.com

Nov 23, 1936:

First issue of Life is published

On November 23, 1936, the first issue of the pictorial magazine Life is published, featuring a cover photo of the Fort Peck Dam by Margaret Bourke-White. 2,067 more words


Indiana Basketball vs. Texas Southern 11/17/14 Recap

I’m always a couple days late in writing these things, but I’m not exactly paid to write them. I do it for fun and on my own time. 1,090 more words

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Devilishly Good Stuff

The 1961 blues record King of the Delta Blues Singers by Robert Johnson is a legendary recording that was released at just the right time.  Johnson had been dead for over twenty years by the time this LP was put out, but it became one of the most influential recordings for some of the biggest names in music.   688 more words

Indiana Basketball vs. University of Indianapolis 11/10/2014 Recap

I’m happy these exhibition games are over. I want to watch the real season. Indiana played their last exhibition game last night versus the University of Indianapolis. 636 more words

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