Monthly Archives: July 2016

Which Door?

It’s not what you want to hear. It really isn’t. Groups are created of dissimilar individuals called same. And that what you hear all the time probably is just a guess. Though, that guess is treated as fact, as religion. … Continue reading

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some days

A foot-long Subway sandwich. Of the cold cut variety. Touching the fine buns in the shadow of some academic building in the heart of West Bank, Minneapolis. The Mississippi flushes by moving south. Garnishes had fallen on the ground before … Continue reading

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Individual Accountability

Individual accountability.  Where we are judged by our own actions, not by the groups we associate from.  Not by our words.  Not by which is interpreted by others in other groups, but by what we mean when we are saying … Continue reading

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Some Truly Made-Up Stories about Learning and Inquiry

  “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.”  -John F. Kennedy “I don’t want people to think I’m a hypocrite.”  -GG Allin * Yeah, … Continue reading

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