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Contagious Thoughts, Mutating as Needed

Last Build Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2017 17:09:20 +0000


“Me Too” Thoughts

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 18:39:06 +0000

For the confused: Sexual harassment and assault have nothing to do with the erotic. They are the core expressions of a pure power dynamic, a form of bullying and manipulation by immature and weak people who can sometimes become very dangerous, even violent. If you do not consent, do not enjoy, that is harassment and often assault. The harasser, the stalker, the abuser, the rapist, the murderer – they persist despite (and often because of) resistance and lack of consent....

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Sun, 27 Dec 2015 21:44:09 +0000

Walking the narrow edges of fractal pathways requires an ethics of compassion, footsteps chosen or constructed with kindness and care.  Yet I am frustrated in all directions, still scenting the air for those elusive golden threads, the sweet spots of thriving that are at once so fragile and strong. I cannot help but believe in them, although I trip over them so seldom now. I wonder how I can sometimes be so discouraged by contexts that show little tolerance of...

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Notes on the US Student Loan Crisis

Sun, 15 Nov 2015 04:36:58 +0000

This is just to capture some initial thoughts about a very complex problem. I think it’s difficult for people to understand how much education costs now. The situation has changed so very much over a generation that costs and priorities do deserve some analysis. Our parents’ generation could earn enough over the summer job to pay for college, and no-one had to accrue substantial debt. Housing was much less exensive, too. Sometimes the loan is more for room and board than anything...

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