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GMNJ, But We Do: The Gift of Giving

God Might Not Judge, But We Do is an ongoing series that aims not only to complain, but to explain why some behaviors go beyond cultural differences and cross over into being completely and totally judge worthy. 463 more words


Feast or Fashion?

Hello Lovelies,

Je sais it has been almost a fortnight since we last spoke but I’ve had other pressing matters on my plate i.e. WORK and WERK and more TWERK. 512 more words

Beth Food Ever

Casting Leaves Forth Upon the Wind

It’s been a couple of decades since I first read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.  With so many newer, more modern and post-modern works to choose from (much less the loads of nonfiction writing on the internet) it’s not often that I go farther back in time in search of stories.   685 more words


Beta Decorum

Actors, artists, musicians, writers – we’re all creative, we all put ourselves out there, and we all get criticized. It’s part of the parcel for doing the thing we love. 1,406 more words


Thinking about decorum, impetus and alacrity

Thinking about decorum, impetus and alacrity

March 11th, 2015            Kalu Onwuka

I hope that you enjoyed last week’s post. It is indeed true that there is great folly in following the crowd blindly and should be a lesson well taken to heart. 1,507 more words

Social Commentary

New York's '70s show: muggings, squeegee men, and now, topless ladies in Times Square

My latest blog post for the Independent Women’s Forum:

Taxi Driver with cell phones

Of course, the elite media, which have been complaining for two decades about the “Disneyfication of Times Square”–Rudy Giuliani’s cleaning out the porn and the prostitutes so as to make it a safe place to take your kids to, is drooling…

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