Category Archives: Expository Writing

Addiction

In the understanding and comprehension of an issue it sometimes helps to analyze or decompress a term or expression. Addiction is one such term. The prefix “ad” or “add” is simple enough to understand: A + B = C: but … Continue reading

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A Tough Neighborhood

I grew up on The South Side; spent my whole childhood there. But as a young man I lived on The East Side for a few years. I mentioned in passing I was from The South Side and somebody said: … Continue reading

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A Bit of Motherly Advice

A good mother protects her children and admonishes them frequently about this and that, and all of those things that may be harmful to them. I will not list them here. But have you never heard the sage advice: “Beware … Continue reading

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I Will Never Forgive You

As I have pointed out elsewhere, feminism per se, an otherwise laughable, hysterical radical-fringe cult ideology, the Feminist Movement as promulgated by the commercial mass media, and especially Affirmative Action applied to (mostly) white women, was the Poison Pill inserted … Continue reading

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On Growing Up

We are all born apes. Some of us acquire a soul and grow up to become human. In light of our immortal soul our otherwise strictly animal behavior is reined in, mollified and ameliorated. We are all born conceptually Jewish. … Continue reading

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state-of-the-art Slavery

Slavery has not gone away. Much depends on how you interpret “involuntary servitude”. Amendment XIII Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, … Continue reading

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The Bubbler Question

I did some considerable research about the bubbler question. It’s called a bubbler because that’s what it’s called. A bubbler is that part of a public drinking fountain that elevates the water so as to prevent one’s lips from coming … Continue reading

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