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Is Religion Necessary?

Hello everyone!

Before you attack me, I just wanted to say that this is a piece of creative iconoclastic writing I prepared for my English GCSE controlled assessment. 850 more words

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. - April 4, 1967 - Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence (Repost from 2013)

“We must rapidly begin the shift from a thing-oriented society to a person-oriented society. When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights, are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism are incapable of being conquered. 1,220 more words

Politics

Jay Electricity

I can’t really put a finger on when I first heard jay.

The first impression I had was that he had a flow that was incredible. 289 more words

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New Years with Iconoclasts

After the madness of my move, Tim asked if I’d be up for playing the Alpha Test version of the game The Iconoclasts by Joakim Sandberg. 1,359 more words

Review

Tascha Doner

Tascha Doner has lived her whole life on the west coast and mostly in the Carmel Highlands. She spent many years working for the United Farmworker’s Union. 102 more words

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Micah Curtis

Micah grew up in Big Sur. He and his family have lived up on Apple Pie Ridge since the sixties. In this early part of a long, wonderful, interview, Micah talks about the neighborhood around River Inn in the 60-ies and 70-ies. 44 more words

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Mary Lu Toren

Mary Lu Toren (née Spigarelli) was born in Porterville, California. Arrived in Big Sur 1972. The story of her arrival is iconic and her life in Big Sur legend. 23 more words

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