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Baby Boomers

I can’t say that I’m not sweating the unemployment thing. I have a bright & shining future for looking for a new job with probably little success. 1,870 more words

Culture

Children no longer allowed to show belly buttons in pics? DUHHHHH....

As the list of suspected celebrity child molesters grows, we’ve been thrown into such confusion as to whether and ‘who dun it,’ our minds have become scrabbled messes. 666 more words

Mother's Day

They canceled the type of candle my mother likes. It makes it even harder to shop for her. I drove to three different towns looking for that candle before someone told me it was discontinued & I had to find a supplement. 1,136 more words

Family

The Execution of Noa P. Singleton by Elizabeth L. Silver

The timing is horrifyingly surreal: capital punishment emerged as a major topic this week, from the tragically innocent, to the mistreated guilty – and somehow, unrelatedly, I managed to choose this title. 454 more words

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The Courthouse, the Professional, & the Indian 841

There is a guy at work that rides an old Indian 841. Olive drab, from military surplus that came out of a time wrap from 1940. 2,540 more words

Culture

This One Summer by Jillian Tamaki and Mariko Tamaki

Canadian cousins Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki‘s first collaboration, Skim, won enough major awards to make their second title an eagerly anticipated publishing event. 346 more words

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Migrant by José Manuel Mateo, illustrated by Javier Martínez Pedro, translated by Emmy Smith Ready

Imagine a long scroll, that unfolds like a fan or an accordion. Each panel, when finally open, reveals a single, elongated picture, with sparse text to illuminate the densely populated illustration filled with mountains, animals, plants, people, that give way to trains, police cars, fences, highways, and a concrete jungle. 416 more words

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