The Better Story: Papa Was Murdered — The Freedom Of

— Memories are strange. They’re an invaluable resource that influences our actions, our thoughts, our relationships, our decisions, our life etc. And the funny thing is how inaccurate they are. There’s that cheesy saying, “there are 3 sides to a story: your side, my side, and the truth.” Well, our memory is malleable. We can […]

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Saturday Mix – Pastoral Memories — The Bag Lady

Nostalgic thoughts of growing up in the country, miles from other households and other visages of populated scenarios remind me of how very thankful I am. Everyday nuances taken for granted when not experienced first hand by a child cannot be fathomed by a book, or movie. You may build farms, towns and even mountains […]

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As We Approach The Weekend – Open Discussion — We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident

There is so much happening. We have gotten through the Betty Shelby trial. Again, a jury looked at video but decided the verdict in favor of Shelby. There’s daily news and new revelations regarding the White House. I wanted to write something different today. Then I remembered that Word Press made some changes to its […]

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Yale dean loves diversity except for ‘white trash’ — Fellowship of the Minds

I’m not offended by her words. It’s just the standard hypocrisy from liberals that one expects. From NY Post: A dean at Yale University who championed cultural sensitivity has apologized for her “insensitive” Yelp reviews of restaurants, gyms and movie theaters, including hot takes on what “white trash” customers would find tasty and employees she blasted […]


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