Monthly Archives: June 2017

Protected: Defensive biting

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The downside of wind energy

At first glance, using wind turbines to generate electricity from the wind sounds like a great idea, but we should avoid acting rashly on ill-informed opinions. I am concerned about the environmental impact of wind power, and you should be … Continue reading

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‘The poor will always be with you’

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What to expect if you become a foster parent

A friend of mine recently shared an article on foster parenting titled, “Foster care and what I feared most for my own kids.” It obviously meant something to her, and other readers expressed their appreciation to her for sharing it. … Continue reading

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Train and locomotive: A love that went off-track

Conductor just announced train ahead is having “personal problems.” Sorry about the bad breakup, Train. That locomotive didn’t deserve you. — VC Brannen (@vcbrannen) June 15, 2017 I hate it that people always take the train’s side, when it was … Continue reading

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Bob Seger: ‘Against the Wind’

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Delta withdraws support for theater over ‘Julius Caesar’

Delta has withdrawn its sponsorship of The Public Theater over the allusive references to Trump in this year’s production of Julius Caesar. pic.twitter.com/oN7wz7KM2D — southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) June 11, 2017 You do realize that art is never as simple as @FoxNews, … Continue reading

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