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Sometimes You're the Doughnut, Sometimes the Hole

The star of the workplace breakfast is the Doughnut. The Doughnut has the attention, the mouths drool, the doughnutless are envious, the one with the doughnuts is the hot one. 356 more words


Normalcy 2016 - 2 Utopia? Not really...

Okay, I know I did a ‘Normalcy’ conference post yesterday, but there is just too much still clattering around my head that I am trying to make sense of. 793 more words

Morning-After 03 - A case for being selfish.

When I said that I thought the best thing for us is to cooperate and trust each other, it’s not that I don’t think (and believe) cheating is the best outcome event in game theory on a short run. 798 more words


The Human Cost of Mass Incarceration

By Grace Masback

The Washington County Jail looks a lot like the prison in the HBO show “Oz,” though it is clean, almost sterile. The inmates look like people you might meet at a park or see at the supermarket, except for the fact that they are wearing bright orange jumpsuits. 1,676 more words


My first time as an Angel investor to a stranger

I had not written for the past 3 days although I promised myself to write something every other day at least, but now I think the wait to write something worth writing was absolutely worth it. 964 more words


Veil of Tears 84: Unfairness

“..that you may be children of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous… 665 more words

Fresh Mercies Daily

The Loss of Good: Jo Cox

It is a surreal moment, my house in Lancashire reduced to silence this evening.

30 miles away, in our former home of Birstall, a community is coming to terms with the violent death of their local MP, 41 year-old Jo Cox. 354 more words