Dean Ambrose speaks, a podcast reccy

Jon Moxley in the ring

Talk is Jericho podcast WWE - more than what you see is what you get. This podcast is a good example. If you are a WWE fan, you might not want to listen to Chris Jericho's interview with Jon Moxley aka Dean Ambrose. Moxley talks about depression, being frustrated with his character, and communicating with… Continue reading Dean Ambrose speaks, a podcast reccy

Making everything about politics is harming our social fabric

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The endless politicization of making people crazy and depressed.-Dave Rubin Diverse viewpoints are a sign of a healthy body politic. Who you vote for is nobody's business. Besides, if we cared about politics as much as the hullabaloo indicated, more than 56% of us would vote in presidential elections (2016). One of the things… Continue reading Making everything about politics is harming our social fabric

Following Through

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A few weeks ago, I wrote an article asking readers to hashtag and boycott products made in China to send China a firm message that berating and beating religion, identity, and family out of people is unacceptable. Temptation in outlet stores But it’s scary how easy it is to pretend the situation away. While shopping… Continue reading Following Through

Seeking Writing Style Critiques

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Aloha! 2019 is flying by, even my kids noticed. I have been chauffeuring them, wrestling with the internet, researching stories to present from a parent's perspective, and writing, writing, and rewriting. I am inspired by my current read Writing True: The Art and Craft of Creative Nonfiction by Sondra Perl and Mimi Schwartz to ask:… Continue reading Seeking Writing Style Critiques