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Grace lacking in God's waiting room

Okay, so most of us hate performance reviews. The research is pretty conclusive. But we also say that we value regular feedback on how we are travelling at work. 270 more words

Social Comment

All the Kings are Mad-chap 7

Chapter 7- Brief Encounters

The thing Killeranne Conpath hated more than journalists, Democrats, actual christians, fashion models, Muslims, undercooked fish, constitutional historians, the poor, the catty housewives of her former neighborhood, the Truth, rice cakes, and spending a long evening listening to Ben Carpson, talk about his imaginary childhood, and his philosophy of life, was her mostly secret late-morning White House job of getting the president and, when in town, the members of his family up and out of their gilded coffins. 2,531 more words

Mike Tomlin: Not a Cl-ASS Act

DATELINE:  Return of the Dodo Bird

What a horse’s tail!  Pittsburgh Steeler Coach Mike Tomlin told his players after their victory not to go on social media and make a scene. 226 more words

Sports Humor

Fork Full of Noodles with Krish Mohan-133-Batteries Finally Included

Since Climate Change is a set reality, we have to look into the various sources of Solar Energy. Tesla’s Solar Roof is an efficient and sexy way to save the planet. 26 more words

Cultural Commentary

Trump invites Don King to Trump Tower to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Said a spokesman, “President-elect Trump is a great fan of Mr. Martin Luther King Jr. and has a great respect for some of the African-American community. 106 more words

Political Satire

WHY ARE YOU HERE?

You may be wondering: Why did I even bother to click on this link? Perhaps you’ve been mindlessly scrolling through your Facebook feed for hours and you just stumbled across this page, or you’ve found this blog through our  239 more words

College

All the Kings are Mad- Chap 6

Chap 6- “Where are all the Poets,

….and all the Cats? There are rodents all over the place!” – Old “bag-lady” who used to sleep on the grate next to the Library of Congress…. 2,772 more words