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Divorce is Awesome!?

Readers may not yet know this, but I am moving some of my posts over to Sigma Frame’s blog. In the future, you will be able to find my posts on red pill topics over there. 35 more words


STORM FORCE Celtic Connections – Coasts and Waters 2020

STORM, a 10 meter high sea goddess arose from the River Clyde last Saturday morning 18 January 2020 in the calmer wake of her big brother Brendan who had battered these shore a few days previously.  459 more words

Seeing the World for the First (?) Time

Our awareness has been stretched wider than ever in history, but often at the cost of taking away a lifetime of experiences.” – Seth Godin… 668 more words


An open letter to Aaron Rodgers

Dear Aaron Rodgers. First off, I really hope you read this, because:

  • A) I totally understand where you’re coming from, and
  • B) What you seem to be rejecting isn’t God at all, it’s a fear-based social control mechanism that knows little of the nature of divinity and even less of the reason Jesus offers an invitation home.
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Hip-Hop doesn't need "White Saviors"

Excuse the slightly harsh tone of this post.

I recently came across a video titled “Death to Mumble Rap” and it was basically everything that I anticipated it would be: a posse of fast-rapping white guys (plus one black guy) saying a lot of stuff while simultaneously saying very little, and figuratively dunking on the pejorative hip-hop subgenre “mumble rap.” 733 more words


Eagle Awards 2020: Soar Into Africa

The African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida (AACCCF) and Walt Disney World Resort presented the 2020 Eagle Awards on Saturday, January 18, 2020, at Walt Disney World Resort with the theme “Soar Into Africa.” AACCCF recognizes small businesses that have made a positive impact on the Central Florida community. 1,017 more words


Life Is Too Complicated

In order to ignore the brouhaha–or is it a kerfuffle–that dominates the news, I will focus my blogs on the curves that life throws at us normal people. 270 more words