Monthly Archives: September 2013

John Boehner’s House of Shame

Originally posted on Social Justice For All:
Just when you thought the country was able to finally get the rancid taste from the Tea Party out of our collective mouths, the Teahadists have brewed a particularly wicked, hypocritical, and inequitable…

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Dilbert: The Complete Series Review

This 2 season series is based on the newspaper comic strip. Scott Adams was the first stipper to put his email address and do a newsletter. He marketed the hell out of the cartoon. The tv series however was  different … Continue reading

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The original Girlfriends breast cancer spread

in 1998, I submitted the 2 breast cancer articles to Girlfriends magazine. The timing was perfect  they were planning a whole feature section and this is it. The reprint only included 3 of the original articles. it was interesting to … Continue reading

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I just want….need

to know and feel like   things will eventually be okay again     heavy sigh

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Survival Instinct Has Died

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
I think that with over 6 billion people on the planet and no natural predator, that our individual survival instincts have become dulled, if not eliminated. I used to think that it was pure…

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NDEs, Aliens and Satanic Abuse

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
The overlap between “near death experiences”, alien abductions and Satanic ritual abuse survivors is curious. And not just because a lot of people who claim the experience all have a book to sell you…

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In the good ol’days

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
Nostalgia A lot of people look to the past with rose-tinted glasses because they find the modern world too rushed, uncertain and confused. Too much change, too fast change, and too little spare change.…

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Children die while the G8 fiddles

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
This blog is a response to: http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Politics/2010/04/26/13726806-cp.html Canada’s conservative government again reveals their plan to control private morality and women – and they are using the current G8 conference to do so – starting…

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Rethinking Capitalism

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
Capitalism needs to be re-framed from it’s bad rap of greed/exploitation. Part of the problem, I think is that many CEOs are diagnosable as sociopaths (not violent, but lacking compassion) who make decisions based…

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Security vs the Appearance of

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
Reading the news about airline security is getting alarming to me because people are getting increasingly complacent about the appearance of improved security rather than actual security measures being put in place. The worse…

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