Sunday, January 21, 2018

Revisiting the Most Political 'Star Trek' Episode


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In The Midst Of #MeToo, What Type Of Man Do You Want To Be?

“Right now, in the midst of this rising discussion around sexual abuse and assault, you — men — have the chance to look it all right in the face. You have the chance to look at the type of men you have been.”
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Delta tightens leash on comfort animals on flights

If your service or emotional support animal is legit, you should have no problems providing the documentation they require. I hope this goes well and other airlines follow suit.
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The Round City of Baghdad


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Monday, January 15, 2018

The Forgotten, Radical Martin Luther King Jr.

People who respond to Black Lives Matter with "all lives matter," and who slam Colin Kaepernick and other National Anthem protests, and then quote Dr. King with the same mouth clearly don't know what a radical he was. He pushed boundaries, challenged everything, and made many white people in his day uncomfortable. Today, it is my hope that people understand ALL that Dr. King stood for and apply his beliefs and his struggles to what we are witnessing in our country and in our world in the present. The man lost his life in the fight for peace and freedom for ALL. There are plenty of people right now in America who would hate him for his stances if they knew. I, personally, support the kind of radicalism that results in equality and peace for all.
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Sunday, January 14, 2018

TED

ADHD is different from autism in many ways. We found out our son’s autism diagnosis from evaluations aimed at determining if he had attention deficits. So they do also share a lot in common. The way people with autism have to learn to live in a world that doesn’t understand them is similar to how people with ADHD must adapt. If you know, teach, or have taught my son, please watch this. It’s very relatable to his situation with autism.
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