Monthly Archives: December 2014

Year in Review Time!

Yeah, I didn’t think about until today… 2014 has been nothing short of a blur. And maybe a little flat. I guess that is life when you get older, right? But I have pictures.

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Happy Boxing Day

And, no, it does not mean you can punch a relative.  Nor does it mean box up the stuff that wasn’t quite right and take it back to the store.  It’s when folks got their Christmas Box, aka, Christmas bonus way back in … Continue reading

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My wish for you this holiday and for 2015

That you find the time and means to occasionally step back from the world and take care of yourself. That you find justice for your losses. That you fight for yourself and others when they (and you) need it the … Continue reading

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Police Deaths and the Ferguson Protest Movement

I haven’t written much at all on the Ferguson protest movement, but I have been following it (and supporting it) closely since August. The violent deaths of two police officers in NYC last night is nothing short of a tragedy. … Continue reading

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So, what now?

Sent off my final write up for my archives class this morning. 9 pages of “what I did at the archives!” (Seems that spending 70+ hours in a bar and new BRAND NEW work environment will give you a lot to … Continue reading

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One down, one to go…

The digital final is done!!  2,811 editions of Eleanor Roosevelt’s “My Day” column turned into text files, thrown into the topic modeling blender and some pretty charts spit out in the end. Archives final isn’t due until Thursday night – … Continue reading

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Dear Rolling Stone

If I had a subscription, I’d be canceling it. Last week many people were shocked and outraged at the story you ran about a gang rape at the University of Virginia. Today you’re backing off the story because of “discrepancies.” … Continue reading

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