Monthly Archives: March 2018

I Wasn’t Looking For It So I Didn’t See It

I do not know if I should be excited that there are numerous African-Americans in the commercial or if I should be appalled at the alleged racism in the commercial. To be honest (tbh), I was not aware of the … Continue reading

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“Do what we say, not what we do”–Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts

  While Facebook founder, CEO, and chairman Mark Zuckerberg is not yet on the level of the Pope, the Dalai Lama, or the ancient Greek philosophers, he seems to be quoted as often. Here are some samples: “Facebook was not … Continue reading

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You, me, and 15 others = 17

The second amendment is so frequently taken out of context.  The last 14 words read: “…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” When James Madison wrote the Bill of Rights in 1789, America … Continue reading

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Marlon Bundo

The close of this weekend brought the 16th protest for progressive issues since President Trump took office, in the form March for Our Lives. The March, inspired by the resilience and  defiance of America’s youth toward an archaic, unwavering, unwilling … Continue reading

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March for Our Lives!

Hundreds of thousands of Americans took to the streets in cities across the U.S. on March 24, 2018, in the biggest protest for gun control in a generation. The big question is, can this demonstration against gun violence achieve real … Continue reading

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Facebook, The Town–Inklings of What a Philly HQ for Amazon Might Resemble

                        Facebook’s Willow Village plans.   What’s the saying, “If you loved the book, you’ll hate the movie?” Well, Facebook, the world’s largest social media platform, is creating a … Continue reading

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Support from around the world

Photo credit : bustle.com Whenever I travel internationally, I find I am hesitant to disclose where I am from.  In early Fall, 2016 I went to Australia.  I was on a small bus full of very nice people, all locals, … Continue reading

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