This article by Nick Morrison originally appeared in Forbes on 11/30/16, but for some reason is almost impossible to access now. I reproduce here below the cached version; if there are legal repercussions, I’ll face them when the time comes.
By The Time They Start School, For Some Children It’s Already Too Late
At age 12, Walt Manis had a vision that he would someday be a father, and have a little girl, and name her Chloe.
He eventually married a neighbor and childhood sweetheart, Annie, ten years his younger. They were unable to conceive, and eventually chose to adopt.
When they met the woman who would become the birth mother of their child, Walt saw that she bore a striking resemblance to the little girl he had seen in his dream. The mother informed them that the name she herself had chosen for the baby was Chloe.
If at all possible, never, ever, allow yourself to become completely jobless. My doing that was the worst financial decision I’ve every made in my life. It was very, very costly.
I don’t know if it’s directly related to how I became homeless, but for sure, I never mean to do it again.
I happened upon this completely by accident. Quite a few of the suggestions echo things I’ve been saying for a long time. I note particularly the connection between happiness and health.
“During the interview with Cernovich, the 60 Minutes team realized that the very definitions of words like ‘true’ and ‘false’ were not agreed upon by everyone in the room.”
(Originally posted 11/18/13.)
I like it.
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In recent weeks, my Yahoo! News feed has been inundated with misleading clickbait ads all from a single source. I’ve captured some of the images here.
In the time available, I didn’t manage to capture the one that shows a man’s head covered with a thick layer of peanut butter, which someone is styling like hair.
(Originally posted 11/11/13.)
Something struck me in the TV footage of this 11/04/13 demonstration, perhaps given the fact that it’s a challenge for me to buy coffee at McDonald’s.
This was not spontaneous. There was some big money behind it. Someone paid for the big effigies/pictures of Obama; for the American flags that got burned; for the signs, including a mural that read “Down with America” in English. Someone organized the presence of the tens of thousands; someone called them out, saying be at this place at this time.
What does this say about demonstrations we see in this country?
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