Tag Archives: Gloria Steinem

The Garbage Woman

It just strikes me as taunting when the Garbage Woman gives me a seemingly pleasant wave in the morning. I’m not sure she’s exactly what Gloria Steinem had in mind. Of course the Garbage Men never got and never will … Continue reading

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Mammy Yokum and The American Way

The alternative usage of newspaper is as old as the print medium itself. In our family discarded newspaper was used to wrap countless things like garbage, fish entrails or vegetable peelings for later disposal. Old newspaper was often used as … Continue reading

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Day Care (Because You Don’t)

I follow the news but I can’t possibly see everything; on the other hand, I don’t miss all that much either. I think I’m still in shock over the Mexican Day Care Fire. Some 44 children died in the fire … Continue reading

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