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Category Archives: Thinking Out Loud
Never mind that this was the first long trip in two years for the Ford van, and there was an unexpected accumulation of dead leaves in the heater box. The fire never progressed beyond dense smoke so it could have … Continue reading
The general election is over, the electoral college has yet to vote but that’s a foregone conclusion. Children are protesting in the streets proving once again that our education system has failed to educate. People both public and private are … Continue reading
Today is Tuesday the 10th of May 2016. Yesterday I went to the local hospital to have blood drawn for pre-surgery testing. On Thursday the 12th of May I will present myself at Meadows Regional Hospital for a planned cardiac … Continue reading
September 15, 2015 was a primary day for Manchester, NH, the Mayoral election being contested by the opposition party. Our Ward votes at the Bishop Leo E. O’Neil Youth Center at 30 South Elm Street. Almost one year after the … Continue reading
And people are arguing that the supreme court of the united states is wrong. One candidate for the Presidency wants to abolish the supreme court, probably right after President Elect Piyush Jindal swears the oath to uphold and defend the … Continue reading
When you live on public benefits you spend a lot of time maintaining those close relationships with government officials so you can prove that you’re not cheating the system. It was time to prove that we are still eligible for … Continue reading
If I were wealthier than Lydian King Croseus, the US government or at least the people’s representatives would have been falling over themselves to help me out. But I’m not. Workplace rules are feel good rules that can’t be applied … Continue reading
Well, I was on Ars Technica and there was a link to this story on Gawker by Hudson Hongo about the response the Nashville, TN police chief gave to a concerned citizen, a concerned citizen who thinks that the police … Continue reading
Recently I tried writing about something I’d seen on YouTube: http://arts-attic.com/blog/?p=1056 and there was one part I didn’t understand. The Hasidim driving the offending van appeared to be either smiling or sucking on his teeth and I couldn’t figure out … Continue reading