Archive for July, 2014

The Mother Anthony: Quenching my Thirst

More years ago than I really care to think about, I was a sophomore in high school. I, along with the rest of my classmates, was tasked by Mr. Heiser, my English teacher, with writing an original tall tale, similar to American whoppers involving larger than life heroes like Mike Fink, Paul Bunyan, or Johnny Appleseed. I had never tried
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Babies, Borders and Beck

According to Breitbart, Glen Beck is bringing food, water, and toys to the thousands of kids stranded in refuge camps after illegally crossing the border. You can read The Blaze article here. He says: “Through no fault of their own, they are caught in political crossfire,” Beck said of the children. “And while we continue to put pressure on Washington
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Fare Thee Well, Facebook.

Add me to the long list of people who’ve had it with Facebook. I’ll still maintain an account, and I’ll link my posts here over there so my friends can find them if they are interested, but I’m not going to spend a lot of time writing, posting or commenting on Facebook anymore; it’s a waste of time to put
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