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Category: Opinions
(posted 28 days 2 hours ago.)
Passion versus 2nd Ambition - themystic1(189) Wonder why is my faith fated the way that I have to go through the hustle in my further education. After my years through high school,I've work hard and do all it takes just to achieve my passion to pursue a degree in dance and a scholarhip to study abroad to become a backdrop dancer cum...

Category: Opinions
What's All This About - whitebill84(2) Although criticism of ideas is an important part of intellectual growth, I envision a blog that uses dialogical processes for moving the conversation forward. Reasoned comments and arguments along with a healthy dose of respect for all is more productive than polemics that threaten to rip apart...

Category: Opinions
Time for Redressing the miscarriage of Justic-French Queen, Marie Antoinette - CatherineYen(20,979) CatherineYen Redressing the Miscarriage of Justice -French Queen, Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette was born November 2, 1755 in Vienna, Austria. She was the youngest and most beautiful daughter of

Category: Opinions
(posted 52 days 20 hours ago.)
I Protest! Public Benefit, or Personal Agenda? - Alf Gordon(13,356) I just missed the protests and revolution of the 1960s. (Yeah, I know, it's killing me.) By the time I was aware enough to know that there were other things going on in the world outside my little microcosm, protesting was done, hippies were passe, and disco was in. (Like I said, it's killing...

Category: Opinions
(posted 58 days 23 hours ago.)
I'm Walking: Pedestrians Free From the Letter of the Law - Alf Gordon(13,356) Yesterday I had an epiphany: Pedestrians get all the breaks. Seriously. Unlike drivers, pedestrians don't have police watching out for their every mistake and issuing tickets for the least little infraction of the law. As a result, they take full advantage of their immunity by violating as many...

Category: Opinions
(posted 75 days 20 hours ago.)
What are you going to do with your life? - Lola Plume(75) As soon as they can speak people begin to ask children "What are you going to be when you grow up?" Surely a seven year old should be thinking about what to do at the weekend or what toy or game they want to play with next. It doesn't make sense to ask someone that young what they plan to be...

Category: Opinions
(posted 104 days 16 hours ago.)
New Zealand and The Media Impression - JG(47) JG I was recently contacted by a British family thinking of moving to New Zealand. They asked me what I thought New Zealand and what it meant to my family. The both parents in the family are involved in occupations that bring them close to the darker side of UK life. This is my reply. Thanks...

Category: Opinions
(posted 141 days ago.)
How does anyone justify voting for any of these Presidential candidates? - Robert Melaccio, sr(28,936) Robert Melaccio, sr Let me ask you a few questions? Do you research the candidates of your choice prior to voting for them? Do you know their voting record in Congress? Do you know what they have actually supported, promoted or most importantly fund? If the answer to that is no, "I do what most people do, I see them...

Category: Opinions
(posted 144 days 18 hours ago.)
Gun Laws; How do we Protect Ourselves from the Dummies. - Mike Fak(18,246) Mike Fak I am not a gun enthusiast. I’m just not. That being said I am by no means an anti-gun, card carrying liberal demanding that everyone give up their weapons as we head to a Utopia where no one has guns…except the criminals. As hard as it may seem to believe for some, there are still parts of...

Category: Opinions
(posted 154 days 2 hours ago.)
Women on Television News; Only Attractive Females Need Apply. - Mike Fak(18,246) Mike Fak I am far from being a prudish man. As I approach the age of 60, I still enjoy looking at attractive women. Much like when I was a seven-year-old looking in the window of Hanover’s Bakery, I enjoy the view. That being said, even by my “girl watching” standards I am concerned about the continued...

Category: Opinions
(posted 158 days 23 hours ago.)
Things aren’t the Way they should be. The Question is: Were they ever? - Mike Fak(18,246) Mike Fak Walk through any bookstore and one fact jumps out at you more than any other. It is the fact that the world of bestsellers has been taken over by the politicians and pundits. None for the good I might add. The books are fodder for a nation of people who have decided that reading something that...

Category: Opinions
(posted 172 days 22 hours ago.)
Lending Companies Believe College Students are Stupid and Lazy - Alf Gordon(13,356) There's a commercial on some of our local radio stations lately that really bothers me. It starts with a young man saying his tuition for his second semester of college is paid for, but he doesn't have the money for tickets to fly home, a new computer, or rent. He's followed by a young lady...

Category: Opinions
(posted 175 days 22 hours ago.)
Global Warming - conspiracy? - Creative(54,965) Creative What could possibly be more ingenious than charging the world's population for the effects of a natural change in environmental conditions - creating an 'alien defence' fund and taxing us perhaps? I don't really know if global warming is the result of human consumerism or a naturally...

Category: Opinions
(posted 221 days 21 hours ago.)
Prostitutes, Escorts and Massage Parlours - Creative(54,965) Creative An interesting trend has been slowly infiltrating main stream culture, and that is the presence of 'escorts'. I can still remember the days when a person who had sex with someone for money was called a Prostitute and someone who was paid to accompany someone to a function was called an...

Category: Opinions
(posted 243 days 23 hours ago.)
Haunted Houses for Adults: Children Shouldn't Play with These Dead Things - Alf Gordon(13,356) With October upon us, many people start thinking about Halloween. It's time to get that cool new costume, buy candy for the trick-or-treaters, and of course head out to the local haunted house for a good scare. Over the past few years haunted houses have graduated from cheap thrill to big-budget...

Category: Opinions
(posted 251 days 19 hours ago.)
Acting White or Acting Black? - Alf Gordon(13,356) It's finally happened. The pressure of being a public figure under constant scrutiny has driven Jesse Jackson over the edge. The good Reverend has accused Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama of "acting like he's white". The comment was made in reference to the "Jena 6" incident in Jena...

Category: Opinions
(posted 260 days 10 hours ago.)
Stepping Out of my Comfort Zone - Female Blogic(337) It seems as if everyone around me has a blog and always has something to talk about. I usually don't talk a lot unless I feel strongly about something or am in a one-on-one conversation. My husband and I brainstormed to come up with a pen name that I could live with, that hopefully doesn't sound...

 
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Passion versus 2nd Ambition

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What are you going to do with your life?

New Zealand and The Media Impression

How does anyone justify voting for any of these Presidential candidates?

Gun Laws; How do we Protect Ourselves from the Dummies.

Women on Television News; Only Attractive Females Need Apply.

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Most Popular Related Posts
Passion versus 2nd Ambition

New Zealand and The Media Impression

I Protest! Public Benefit, or Personal Agenda?

I'm Walking: Pedestrians Free From the Letter of the Law

What are you going to do with your life?

How does anyone justify voting for any of these Presidential candidates?

Gun Laws; How do we Protect Ourselves from the Dummies.

Women on Television News; Only Attractive Females Need Apply.

Things aren’t the Way they should be. The Question is: Were they ever?

Lending Companies Believe College Students are Stupid and Lazy

 
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