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What’s with all of this “First World” ranting?

Warning: this will not read as you think (and there is one or more expletive contained herein).   I’m not standing up for the whiny rich people with their wireless problems, but rather for hard-working people like myself who have … Continue reading

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The Frozen Middle

A young Latino male picks up his food to go and asks for a second helping of the taqueria’s much lauded salsa.  “That will be 50-cents more, sir, ” says the cashier politely.  (The serving is a tablespoon, in a … Continue reading

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The Insidious Lie of the American Dream

T’was the night before MayDay and all through the land Every worker left stranded held a vote in their hand When all of the town bell towers struck thirteen The people all realized the lie of an American dream For … Continue reading

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Poly Ticks – sucking the blood out of America

The first definition of the word “poly” is: more than one; many; much.  The second definition is: more than usual; excessive; abnormal.  I’m going to focus on the latter with regard to the second definition of the word “ticks” in … Continue reading

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A 2013 chock-full of people with too much money who are too full of themselves

This December umbrage begins with reading the remedial writing of a tech snob, Greg Gopman, whose social media posts regarding the plight of the homeless in San Francisco is truly beyond all.  What you don’t want to know can be … Continue reading

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