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Wanderlust

I am a Gypsy at heart. Every time I go to work or home, I just want to keep going… Where? I don’t know. Every time I see an out of state license plate, hear a new accent, or hear about a city, town, or state that sounds like it would be good for exploring, […]

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I don’t know why when I think about you thoughts and dreams come into view. I give you my thoughts, my dreams, my prayers, my affection, my time Waiting, wondering, worrying, what will happen when you find out who you are. Will you be my lovely partner in crime Or will we simply be friends […]

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From the Archives: Why Marxism Failed

This is a paper that I wrote in College, originally posted on my LiveJournal on April 5th, 2005 ________________ Karl Marx believed that man, when civil society is abolished will be in a perfect free state, namely, that of Communism. For Marx, all of humanity is altruistic, a devotion to others or to Humanity (The […]

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From the Archives: Net Neutrality Part 2

Originally Posted on Nov 25th, 2009. ________________ So after I read that, this issue has consumed a good chunk of my waking hours. I cannot believe that this would even be an issue here in the USA, “The land of the free and the brave,” this would seem to be something more in line with […]

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From The Archives: Net Neutrality: Part 1

Originally Posted on Nov 25, 2009. ____________ Last week, I discovered This page and immediately signed the petition, as this is something that is of the utmost import. For those of you who do not know what Net Neutrality is even about, I will begin at the beginning. —————————————— Taken from their FAQ: What is this […]

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Amanda Palmer is My Hero!

Amanda Palmers’s blog post about “A poem for Dzhokhar,” is beautiful. NO, not in its imagery, or similes, or its rhyme scheme (because it doesn’t have any), but because at the time I read it, it had over 2,000 comments on it (Some hate filled, some love filled, and everything in between.) That’s right, you […]