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Guerrilla Cyber-Warfare, 'The Interview' and your future.

The Interview was originally set to be released on October 10th of this year but it was pushed up to an even more promising Christmas release slot to compete with bigger titles coming out in the festive period. 904 more words


Imprisonment violations by "developed" countries.

Prisons are designed to keep those that break the laws of a nation under tight wraps and away from the citizens of the nation that they can harm. 1,075 more words

Government Agenda

A few nonsense observations.

It is funny how the way a word is used changes everything,

He was blank can mean a blank stare with no one conscious of their surroundings. 202 more words

Wonder Woman

Dog owners

Some people shouldn’t own dogs, or probably any animal if the way they treat their dog is any indication. I’m not talking about beating them or starving them or anything like that.   1,024 more words

Animal Cruelty


Today I met a friend for lunch.

Our minds are two different things.  I am sensitive, inquisitive, always searching for answers and striving to “figure out” the world. 195 more words


Nonprofits Proliferate but Not the Regulators, Says Report - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The number of groups that received nonprofit status tripled in 2014, but 53 percent of state charity offices have not increased staffing since 2008, and 13 percent have thinned their ranks of lawyers, paralegals, investigators, and accountants. 13 more words


Sunday Vegetables

Every find yourself bringing home bags of groceries only to throw out last weeks unused vegetables? Replacing them with what has about a 50% chance of going bad? 398 more words