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Corporate culture (and how the bottom line causes employees to suffer) Price jacking (Quality, market value and a possible racket costing and exploiting consumers) Metro Mobility (turn over rate, working conditions and no higher authority to handle human relations issues) Homelessness in Minnesota Guide to being ecologically conscious (every little deed counts. Whether you do … Continue reading

Master post: Me

Age: I prefer not to say. Any opportunity I have not to think of how old I am I snatch. Height: 5’4.5 ft Eye color: Deep Brown (recessive eye color, blue) Born with five extra teeth.

I’m sorry

Overly and misused, apologies have become less formal as the decades have carried on. Encompassing generalized sympathy rather than empathy and impersonal a remark as any spoken colloquially (e.g.

Gun control: The half measure to control violence in America

Two days ago my mother read a news article at the kitchen table about a mass shooting that occurred in Florida. A young man, expelled from his high school lured his former classmates into the halls by pulling a fire alarm. 17 students were killed in the aftermath in yet another violent incident that has … Continue reading

Profile photo change

After having the same avatar for…what, eight or nine years I am going to change it today! I just want to give notice to everyone — if anyone still reads my blog that is.

Update: My absence and likely return

I have left this blog neglected for a few years now, but have retained access and thereby ownership of it. An overwhelming strings of events have happened since I last wrote an entry. For one thing I have been using this blog to back-up my Tumblr posts. I think I will be removing that feature … Continue reading

Transition

As many are well aware on May 20th of last year, Yahoo acquired Tumblr through a merger agreement between the former Company and the latter’s CEO David Karp. In an ironically foreboding statement made by Marissa Mayer, “we promise not to screw it up,” precisely continues to do exactly that. Sponsored blogs littering users dashboard … Continue reading

How to save the Internet

Originally posted on BGR:
Net neutrality died back in January of this year when a U.S. Appeals Court struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s 2010 order imposing certain regulations on wireline broadband service providers. People across the country were infuriated, and rightfully so. But news emerged earlier this week suggesting that the Federal Communications Commission would once again try…

Any justification for uncouth, illegal or otherwise atrocious acts is no defense at all.

Roused by these powerful words I was compelled into sharing them!