“Penny in the Dust” is about a farmer’s kid that plays “treasure hunting” with his precious penny in the dust until he lost it for real. 1,464 more words
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I was doing chest this evening at Gold’s Twin Oaks, doing the usual flat and incline bench presses, flyes, triceps dips, and some other routines whose names escape me now, when a trainer approached me and asked why I haven’t joined a competition yet, perhaps referring to a bodybuilding competition. 375 more words
The deceptiveness of liberalism, in terms of its claimed history versus its actual history.
Here in the settler postcolony of North America, we are far from liberalism as the… 1,707 more words
July of 2016 was a dire month for Bangladesh. First, a terrorist attack in Dhaka. Second, the official signing of the Rampal coal-fired power plant, an Indian-Bangladeshi venture which is set to demolish the natural Sundarbans region of coastal Bangladesh. 2,846 more words
What are the nuanced and intersecting burdens unique to motherhood in the West? As a male without children who surely cannot speak for the experiences of women (let alone mothers), I doubt that I am entitled to drive this subject. 2,979 more words