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Who Stole My Country - 3

My great grandfather George Schneider, one of the founders of the Republican Party,  marched with like-minded friends on Sundays past Chicago’s churches singing drinking songs accompanied by a brass band.   544 more words

1935 - 1948

Big City

Tall scrapers and taller egos,
bleak smiles and bleaker hearts,
fast cars and faster lives,
are what big cities are made of.

Freedom, money, opportunity… 189 more words


How many people really know what it’s like to be lonely?
Sure, we all do feel lonely sometimes, like nobody understands us, and such.
But I’m not talking about feeling lonely. 661 more words

About Me

The Cure for Loneliness

The Cure for Loneliness

Furthermore, if two lie down together to keep warm, but how can one be warm alone? And if one can overpower him who is alone, two can resist him. 1,020 more words

Reflective Focus

forgotten, now gone

A couple of sad stories I heard today locally (don’t even get me started on globally).

First, a National Trust house with collections from local museums, including Victoria Crosses and the football played in a match between the Germans and Brits in WW1, went up in flames. 243 more words

Prompt 6: Communcation

Prompt 6. The blog of a person desperately seeking communication with the outside world

Um, cough.

Okay, so it wouldn’t be completely true to say that my blog was an effort on my part to communicate with the outside world. 597 more words