Tag Archives: Poverty

The Manager’s Wife

Some things, even minor things, still stick in the memory like a dagger. Once upon a time I found myself working a part-time minimum wage job as a groundskeeper and general handyman at a government subsidized low-income housing complex. It … Continue reading

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Why Suicide is Illegal

Another man committed suicide just the other day. He lived briefly just down the street from us. I didn’t know him. According neighborhood gossip he hanged himself. You won’t be hearing about him in the mass media – newspapers or … Continue reading

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Universal Health Care (Word Problems)

“I hate word problems!” – a phrase often heard expressing a child’s frustration in many an Elementary School math class. It wasn’t a personal bugaboo of mine however. In Word Problems you’d take a verbal proposition and convert it to … Continue reading

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Human Sacrifice

The United States of America and the whole of modern global civilization practices Human Sacrifice in various forms and disguises. Unemployment and Poverty are weapons of Terror used to force us to work, fight and die for The Social Elite. … Continue reading

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Apollo 11 Moon Mission 40th Anniversary – July 20, 2009

July 20, 2009 It is the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Mission. We are also approaching the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival. I was in Viet Nam at the time of both. I did not attend … Continue reading

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