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PSA: Substance Abuse

This is not a book review or a movie review; it’s not a response to a writing prompt. Instead, I wanted to type up my opinion on a subject that’s been heavily impacting my life, my friendships and my heart. 372 more words

Essays

Hey! The ACA enrollment deadline is Friday!

That’s this Friday, December 15, 2017.

In case anyone is still thinking we have until the end of December to enroll — we don’t! The deadline for enrolling in health insurance starting January 1, 2018 is this Friday, December 15. 630 more words

Freelancing

Mental Meanderings about the Mammary Glands

Today’s Monday Mental Meanderings is in the nature of a Public Service Announcement, with an added attraction for those of you who like to point and laugh at others’ discomfort (you know who you are).Β  464 more words

Humor

Horrible Landlords, Case File # 02 (or # 03, but I can't seem to find that post)

h/t Curbed San Francisco

My not-frequent-enough attempts to share the utter horribleness of SOME landlords and property management groups have been quiet of late, not due to landlords and Prop MGMTΒ  types having suddenly gotten better, but simply because I have been extra-busy recently. 229 more words

F.A.Q.

Festival of Theology in Nottingham, 30th January 2018

Ian Paul, the author of the good blog Psephizo, is holding a Festival of Theology at the end of January. I will be presenting a brief talk on the subject of Virtue Ethics in a Social Media Age and there are a number of other talks that promise to provide stimulating material for discussion. 31 more words

Public Service Announcement

Friday Funny: Scam the Scammers

Are you getting sick and tired of spam emails?

Have you had your fill of scams and phishing emails trying to steal your hard earned cash by fooling you into giving away money or personal details? 347 more words

Fun

We need EVERY American voice to save Net Neutrality

We have until December 14th
to save net neutrality
Unless, of course, you LIKE paywalls, fast and slow lanes,
internet service provider monopolies & potential for censorship,

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Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

Laina Eartharcher reblogged this on Who Loves Kitty and commented:

OK, everybody put down whatever you're doing and read this, even if you're like me and it's the only thing you do today (well, no, I did do other stuff today πŸ˜‰).Β  But no, seriously, this affects us ALL.Β  Anyone on the net living in the US or who accesses US-based sites or whatever.Β  This is Important Stuff, and Madelyn, as always, has spot-on, awesome info!! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—