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On Writing and Violence and Steven Pinker

I am accustomed to think of this blog as a compendium of styles, free to the reader at the point of use, so I have no interest in Steven Pinker’s no doubt estimable new book on written style, as outlined by him in this interview, given before he had actually written it (the hubristic is, as regular readers will know, a style I am particularly well-versed in): 274 more words

What's On In Cambridge

Test Subject / NHP #4 /NO EMOTION. 2013. Oil in canvas. 30″ x 24″ (76cm x 61cm)

Adam James K

Black Police Abuse

Black Police Abuse http://t.co/E48hmlk5MQ #Police #AfricanAmericanCommunity #Brutality #FBI #BlackLawEnforcement

— Juggling For A Cure (@JugglingForCure) September 19, 2014

Black law enforcement officers also abuse citizens. I experienced police harassment in Cincinnati under former Black police chief James Craig.

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African American Community


Age: 7

Marital Status: no

Occupation: homework

Do you have children? No

How long have you lived in Pomona? about 5 years 

What brought you here?  158 more words

Abbott' up there on humanitarian war. But when it comes to women he wishes they were more like him

Tony Abbott’s silence on violence towards women is deafening

Barry Everingham 

Tony Abbott, is very quiet about VicHealth’s latest report on violence to women. Should we be surprised about a man whose misogyny record went viral globally and who can’t talk to women without being creepy? 400 more words

Tony Abbott

Thoughts about the NFL, College Football and objectifying women!

I love football!  I especially love college football.  But like most men in America I’ve listed to the headlines over the last few week, and listed to the talking heads on local and national radio talk “ad nausium” about so many players in trouble with the law over what the press is calling “domestic violence issues”.   729 more words


Looters Shot. 2012. Oil and Aerosol on canvas. 72″ x 40″ (183cm x 102cm)