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Apparently I got so angry I dissapeared

Work, this time. But I’m back now. Hopefully folks didn’t miss me too much. I have a lot of posts floating around in my head right now, but not sure which one I want to work on first. However, I did want to share something

Why I’m Angry – Billy Ray Johnson

I mentioned this in yesterday’s post, but I wanted to make a point of mentioning it again. People ask why I’m angry. This is why I’m angry: Colt, who had been a pitcher at Linden-Kildare High School, took a swing at Billy Ray, hitting him

Engaging in Stereotypes

It seems that there’s an entire country on CP* time: More than 28 million Peruvians are being asked to synchronise their watches – to cure chronic problems of lateness. The entire South American nation has been ordered to break with centuries of tradition by attempting

Dear City of Boston

Dear Mayor Thomas M. Menino of Boston, Police Commissioner Edward Davis, and Governor Deval Patrick, In regards to yesterday’s ‘bomb scare’ and the subsequent revelation that the suspicious devices were merely an ad campaign for Adult Swim: It’s barely been 24 hours since this all

Sexism, Racism, Dogs.

Is my beloved Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan, a sexist? Is he about to make me angry? Say it ain’t so! I took a weird set of turns getting here, so follow closely. NY Times Mark Derr writes an opinion piece about Milan and his dog/owner

Why I’m Angry: Abeer Qasim Hamza

People ask me why I am so angry all of the time. Putting aside the fact that I don’t spend 24/7 angry, I tell them that I have plenty of reason to feel this way. Today’s reason? This post by blogger Y. Carrington. The short

Dear James Dobson

No, no, and no. Not only is this a bunch of bullshit, but you just violated Tubman’s Law. So where does the issue go from here? Time will tell. It took William Wilberforce more than 30 years to bring about an end to Britain’s slave