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Defining Teamwork, Moments, and Labels We Use In Western Society, In My Opinion

  Hello again, my name is Terry Scott. I write sometimes. I live in St Paul, MN. Please don’t think that my website is dirty because of the name. It is merely a name. Nothing much in it. Also, please … Continue reading

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invest in a dictionary

i can’t help it when i have to say the things i have to say.  i tell the people i “know” what i think.  i am like a child just thinking and saying my thoughts, not some group think experiment.  … 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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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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Coffeehouse Reflection – Of the Cities

What a day to reflect on the outside view of redbrick buildings, autumn leaves—golden, crimson, beige—a few green holding, and the blur of speeding traffic along Como Ave in Southeast. His stomach tensed and sounded with the Americanos’ warmth, nearly … Continue reading

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Sleeping to Death

Going to class does not necessarily make you any smarter than anyone else in the world. What people fail to realize is that in order to gain something of quality, to progress as a person beneficially, to actually learn, they … Continue reading

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The Modern Ill-Informed

“In the year 1877, the signals were given for the rest of the century: the blacks would be put back; the strikes of white workers would not be tolerated; the industrial and political elites of North and South would take … Continue reading

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