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America the Great

I was inspired by all the great speeches the past two days, so I wanted to say my piece.

It’s not hate that drives our country to succeed, but our ability to overcome hate and look beyond our differences to create success together. 447 more words

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Convention Thoughts Part II

Here are more political musings for this highly political fortnight.  Let’s start with a basic assumption.  Donald Trump is not worthy of anyone’s vote until he releases his tax returns.  1,190 more words

Edinburgh International Fashion Festival

I’ve heard about Edinburgh International Fashion Festival for quite a few years now but I’ve never actually attended myself due to various reasons, but this year I decided to go with a couple of my friends. 739 more words


We all live in the same world.

“Oh no, there’s no WIFI here!” vs “I don’t know what clean water tastes like.”

“There’s no food in the fridge” – there is, you just don’t fancy it vs “I don’t know where my next meal will come from – it probably won’t even be a meal. 517 more words


Many Blessings

I wanted to talk about my many blessings, one of which is my family. I have already talked about my wife, now I want to talk about my kids. 184 more words


I'm a woman and a WWE fan. So what?!

There are a lot of misconceptions about female WWE fans – from the supposed idea that the only we watch just to ogle at the male wrestler’s bodies (we don’t – it takes more to be a WWE superstar than having a chiseled body) to the illusion that we don’t understand the matches. 581 more words


New York's New Green Space: Liberty Park

In the last 15 years, New York has seen a vigorous expansion of new or reinvented public spaces. From the High Line to Brooklyn Bridge Park, new parks are appearing to reinvigorate parts of the city that where re-purposed from their industrial past. 532 more words

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