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The difference between public access and anytime access

Before August of 2012, there was no blog.  Before October of that year there were no meaningful connections.  Even nearly two years in, you couldn’t call me a writer.  491 more words

Exposure

Aphorisms Part 2

Hardly aphorisms. More like ‘I’m too tired to write a proper post.’

Here goes:

The shit that Adorno talked about jazz is literally true about… 138 more words

Music General

Yo ... Bald Osterich

The dutch decided to create a service whereby people can lend each other utensils online or any other item needed by a neighbour. This takes me back to my early days when mom sent me to a neighbour 100m away from home to ask for almonds. 355 more words

Society

Easter Devotional - March 4

Matthew 9:9-17

Matthew Called

9 As Jesus went on from there, He saw a man called Matthew, sitting in the tax collector’s booth; and He *said to him, “Follow Me!” And he got up and followed Him. 402 more words

Devotional

UkEt booked to play at the April Jazz 2015

Just got invited to play at one of the hottest Finnish jazz events; April Jazz 2015 festival in Espoo. We will be part of the… 41 more words

News

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Cops are never sent to protect lives. Their job is to protect property and defend the status quo, hence are violent in their very nature.
Jean-Paul Sartre

Violence

Blogging 101: Today’s assignment: write and publish a “who I am and why I’m here” post on your blog.

Who am I?  I’m a mom first and foremost. Sometimes a good example and sometimes a bad example of motherhood but a mom none the less.   174 more words