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Society Limbo

I saw you yesterday on the stairs of the mall a local by accent an immigrant by color caught between worlds,¬†you were sitting there with a friend drinking beer from a bottle. I watched you as the old man shuffled … Continue reading

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Refugees, Religion and Peter Pan Advice

People have often told me that I’m too innocent, too naive. This post is probably going to prove them right, and more. The sad fact is that Billy Joel got it exactly right. People will tell you that you’re too … Continue reading

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Respect and the Elderly II

Now that I’ve dedicated a blog post to two types of negative stereotypes of senior citizens, I felt like I needed to somewhat balance that with singing the praises of a positive one. Namely, the Purple-Hatted¬†Lady. She’s a gem. A … Continue reading

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Respect and the Elderly

First of all, before I launch into what may be perceived as a rant, I wish to make very clear that I do respect our senior citizens. With all the years they have on me, I’m convinced that most of … Continue reading

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