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LBGTQIAPDQRSTUVWXYZ... where do we draw a line?

I need to clear some air out there…

I have written about the LBGT community in relation to high schools and art and my thoughts of the influence put on society by the “psycho liberal housewives” (these people have asked to be renamed but Social Justice Warriors simply doesn’t have the impact or explain how screwed up these people are). 1,751 more words


Hey Alberta, Want to Hear a Story?

I would like to take a few minutes to tell you a story about Alberta’s Premier, Rachel Nutley, and how she decided to save some money.   1,147 more words


Spoilers Without, Review I Shall

While I could easily nitpick the new Star Wars movie, I greatly enjoyed watching it. My pal Johnny said to him it approximated what it must have felt like to see the original trilogy in theaters; having seen all three in theaters back in ’77, ’80, and ’83 at the long-gone Franklin Theater in Nutley, I will concur. 736 more words

"Climate Change" - We have learned nothing!

So I have had a couple posts drafted about “Climate Change” and “Global Warming” and “Greenhouse Gases” for a long time.

For anyone unfamiliar with where I stand on the subject, … 1,749 more words


#ThrowbackThursday : Fire At The Iconic Old Canal Inn | Nutley NJ

On a Saturday night in November of 2014, a kitchen fire broke out at the iconic Old Canal Inn in Essex County NJ. Located on the border of Bloomfield and Nutley, the Old Canal Inn has experienced a resurgence in attendance after Nutley’s Conca brothers restored the landmark four years ago. 557 more words

Restaurant Raconteurs

NJ Engagement Session - Lindsay + Eric {New Jersey Couples Photography}

Lindsay and Eric are getting married at Macaluso’s in just a few weeks! I was so happy to get the chance to photograph them before the big day, and at the same time scope out some photo locations for their wedding! 84 more words

Kamila Harris Photography

Tombstone found at New Jersey bus terminal belonged to dog

NUTLEY, N.J.— The mystery behind the tombstone that was found earlier this month at a New Jersey bus terminal has been solved.

NJ.com reports the gravestone, which police believed belonged to a child, actually belonged to a a Newark Rottweiler named Max Ferreira. 81 more words