Monthly Archives: January 2017

Generation Butthurt—How Being Constantly Offended (and Offensive) Costs BIG

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Image via Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of Kenny Louie. Today we are going to dive back into social media because who we are on-line impacts the odds of our success. Whether we like…

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Tuscan Garlic Chicken #Recipe #Hidinginthekitchen

Honestly, folks… I don’t know what to write anymore. The spreading darkness is a cancer on our collective polity. I’m trying to process it, decide how best to react. But in the meantime, I’m experimenting in the kitchen as a … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Donald Trump – the things we just don’t understand

Originally posted on Well, This Is What I Think:
Dear President Trump Congratulations on your election. We never supported your run for office, and we were frankly somewhat dismayed that it succeeded, as the trend in politics that you represent…

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I Think You Meant to Say, ‘Thank You’

Originally posted on challaandhaggis:
To those who saw the Women’s Marches around the country and–damn–around the world and didn’t “get it” — try harder. To those who called the rallies “protests” and compared us to the savages who willfully and…

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Reflections on a National Day of Mourning and the Duties of an Artist

Originally posted on Brad Vance Author:
Notice how you don’t hear anybody saying what they were saying just a few months ago? “Give him a chance so we can unify and come together and get over it.” Well, he had…

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Today I Mourn

I found this on Face Book although I cannot pin down the source or the author, but this describes how I feel, how I plan to act from this day forward, until we reclaim our Democratic Republic and reaffirm our … Continue reading

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When Good Raptors Go Bad

The chickens have been hit hard with attacks that have decimated their ranks. First Tex, the gorgeous banty-cross rooster. That happened when a Red-Tailed Hawk got through an open spot in the overhead protective netting. In a panic, we moved … Continue reading

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Stuck on Auto and Loving It!

I recently found a used camera at a local camera shop – a Nikon Coolpix P520 with a red metallic body – a lot of camera for the money and in primo, as good as new, condition. For me, that’s … Continue reading

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Tikka Masala Chicken n Sausage n Veggies over Rice

It’s cold, it’s snowing. The boys are being PITAs of the first rank, Czar egging Mr Bob on, then standing back as Mom screams bloody murder… I din’ do nufin’… and finally gives up and lets them in the lower … Continue reading

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I am the poster child for failed branding

It’s a new year. Time for best of , my favorite [name an author, artist, singer/song], memorials to those lost. You know the drill. You’re probably also familiar with the term “author branding” as it’s always on that… LIST OF … Continue reading

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