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You Have to Love Rusty!

June 11, 2012
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You Have to Love Rusty!

There’s a lot to be said for the loyalty of an animal. This is especially true of domestic animals which have long genetic lineages steered toward compatibility with humans. If there was a back stabbing…

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Some Interesting Lessons from Certain Twitter Types

May 10, 2012
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I have been on Twitter for a number of years now. I must say that I have run across some extraordinary and good people. At the same time any burgeoning medium has a showcase showdown…

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Is “Free Speech” Free?

March 9, 2012
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Is “Free Speech” Free?

After the uproar Rush Limbaugh ignited by calling Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown law student, a “slut” among other disparaging comments, the phrase “free speech” and its limitations has been debated by both sides of the…

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A New Dogma: Radically Moderate

January 21, 2012
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A New Dogma: Radically Moderate

Radically moderate sounds like a conglomeration of incompatible concepts, but in essence it is a concept that is long overdue. Too often it is those on the far right or far left who are the…

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I Hate It

October 18, 2011
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I Hate It

I hate it when people throw cigarette butts out their car window and orange fiery ashes fly under my car. I hate it when people wait in line until everything that they are buying is rung…

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Men Are Dirt Bags

September 25, 2011
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Men Are Dirt Bags

“What men desire is a virgin who is a whore.”  – Edward Dahlbert I’ll be the first to admit that men are not perfect. On the other hand due to the very legitimate concerns in…

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I Figured Out What Women Want!

September 15, 2011
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I Figured Out What Women Want!

As someone who was in the dating arena for most of the past summer and who has also tried online dating, I am pretty sure that I have figured out what women want. This conclusion is…

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What Is It All Worth, Anyway?

July 24, 2011
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What Is It All Worth, Anyway?

One of the ways that we are able to place a value on something is to evaluate how special or unique it happens to be. Although the human body is composed of many elements taking…

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Mid-Life Crisis? Don’t Watch TV!

June 18, 2011
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Mid-Life Crisis? Don’t Watch TV!

It seems as though because I am in my forties I am going through an early mid-life crisis. I will admit that I have been going through a mid-life crisis for about the last twenty years ever since the…

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(One Of) The Last Remaining Unrecognized Prejudice (s)

May 21, 2011
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There is any number of different groups of people who share a common condition or set of traits that has put them at odds with the workings of the world. Many of these groups have…

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