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Subtle Rebuttal: The Third Option.

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Share This. A college friend of mine once complained at the inability of her Social Democrat campus club to bridge the differences with the campus Ron Paul Supporters club. In spite of supposedly agreeing on many issues, any efforts at collaborative work fell short of materializing. She dismissed the bunch as Republicans who smoke weed? I thought it was an apt generalization. Ron Paul supporters strike me as people who channeled their teenage Read More

Subtle Rebuttal: My New Guilty Pleasure.

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Share This.A year ago my 22 year old cousin suffered a pretty serious injury to his shoulder that reduced his daily routine to feeble physical therapy exercises and sitting in a special chair in front of the TV. For him it hurts to even walk. Recovery is steady yet very slow. Consequently, in the course of the past few months his house has become a Temple of Netflix. Just about every other day I Read More

Subtle Rebuttal: Cool Grades, Man.

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Share This.I drew a healthy dose of amusement these past couple of weeks from Facebook updates containing screenshots of people’s college report cards and lists of generally good grades they received. These pictures or lists were normally complemented with the person’s high GPA and a generic statement of pride in their great accomplishment. As finals bore on and more and more people from various school networks began receiving their grades, I started to notice some Read More