What I’m learning the past few years, beginning with the challenges, and ending with strategies I’ve learned to deal with these challenges.
Part I: The Challenges… 1,349 more words
Poor Man’s Fight feels very much like an indie: some typos (e.g., there/their/they’re), some grammatically awkward sentences (e.g., highly educated people saying things like, “It went good.”), and far too many extraneous or superfluous POVs/situations that didn’t forward the plot or story. 526 more words
The people have spoken. The b*st*rds.
–Failed California senatorial candidate Dick Tuck*, 1966
I’m not so bothered that the Conservatives won an overall majority in Thursday’s election; that was always a risk, and they now have the opportunity to do something almost impossible: impress me by making this a better country, for everyone and not just the elite. 826 more words
Only a few days before a general election here in the UK, and it looks like the real winner will be “none of the above”, as disaffection with disinterested politicians is at an all-time high, and “we’re all in it together” seems to mean… 1,711 more words