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Mockingbird

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Years ago I watched a movie that would have such a profound effect on me, that I could later flag memories by their occurrence in time before or after this event. The movie was To Kill a MockingBird, starring Gregory Peck. Unfortunately, the local library didn’t stock the book, so […]

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The Quiet One

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Dorothea wrote two related articles recently, The Sickening Grunch and Running with it. The Sickening Grunch focused on the term ‘sexy’, and the whole scene of being made into a sex object by those who are, bluntly, the product of much in-breeding. Though there is much that I agree with in this […]

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Stand and Fight

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I received a BS in computer science, the first one within a specific sub-discipline (programming languages and compiler design) that was issued at the college I attended. I also received a BA in psychology — emphasis on industrial psychology. I took courses for both disciplines at the same time, usually […]

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I am not a feminist

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. “I am not a feminist.” According to Merrian-Webster’s online dictionary, feminism is: 1 : the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes 2 : organized activity on behalf of women’s rights and interests A feminist is a person who follows the principles of feminism, or one […]

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Blogsisters

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Steve at OnePotMeal provides his interpretation of a men’s blog in response to a challenge for same from the Blog Sisters weblog. Cracked me up, big time. I’ve been following the initial efforts of Blog Sisters with a great deal of interest. A couple of times I even thought about throwing a posting or […]