Month: December 2018

I Was A Cable Guy. I Saw The Worst Of America. | HuffPost


What’s it like to live a life of physically demanding work, endless discrimination, sexual harassment, and physical danger? Exhausting. Step into the life of the cable guy and check it out.

The Unproductive, Malignant, Narcissism WATCH: Syria Withdrawal, EDITION


Once again we have a seemingly spontaneous out-of-the-blue take-everyone-by-surprise decision tweeted at us by the Pussy Grabber in Chief. This time he has decided that ISIS has been defeated — remember he knows more about ISIS than his generals do — so it is okay to bring the troops home. More than likely he’s just flailing because his so distressed by his legal jeopardy.

Fear of Change; Embracing Change

Trump vs. Obama: a new theory of why Republicans and Democrats fight – Vox


A re-blogging of an interview of March Hetherington by Exra Klein on Vox.com. They discuss Hetherington and Weiler’s theory that the political divide between Repubes and Dems is based on how each side views the world. The Repubes view the world as fundamentally dangerous, the Dems as safer. I add that makes Repubes risk averse and Dems risk tolerant. Let me know what you think in the comments.

The New Black Bart Poetry Society

"for those who think poetry is still a crime"

Perception

A journey into the labyrinth of my sceptical mind.

Snippets of a Traveling Mind

Finding New Energy To Experience Life More Fully

priyaranjan Blogs

Believing is Achieving

IntrovertAwakenings

My journey on the Path less traveled. Introverted survivor of childhood abuse using writing to “Bring on the thriving!” A little lopsided sometimes, stubborn, but smart enough to know it’s time to truly heal! 🙏🏻❤️

bleuwater

thoughts about parenting and life from below the surface

Cancer Bus

Living with metastatic breast cancer one word at a time.

whatmamathinks

As I see it.

Red's Wrap

Happiness. It's relative.