Monthly Archives: July 2011

Anger

The world needs anger.  The world often continues to allow evil because it isn’t angry enough. Tweet

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Bad instructors

University of Phoenix is trying very hard to overcome the stigma of being a for-profit college.  They are not a diploma mill, yet are often tarred with the same brush. Unfortunately, their worst enemies in this struggle are often their … Continue reading

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Are we really paranoid?

1 in 4 college women have either been raped or suffered attempted rape. 84% of the women who are raped knew their assailants. 57% of the rapes occurred on a date. Women ages 16-24 have 4 times higher risk of … Continue reading

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Mawwage bwings us togetha today

  Courtesy of one of those outspoken uppity gals: http://theangryblack.tumblr.com/post/7301025894/marriage-equals-an-infographic-based-on Tweet

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Question for the men

If a particular man cannot be trusted to not rape/assault/harass someone, is he really someone we want in a position of power?  To ‘serve and protect’ us?  To carry a firearm?  To represent us as a nation and as a … Continue reading

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I really wish this surprised me

http://www.jackandjillpolitics.com/2011/07/michelle-bachmann-signs-pledge-that-says-black-children-better-off-during-slavery/ I wish it surprised me that a pro-‘life’r sees the ‘good’ in slavery. But actually…slavery has been what they are proposing for some time.  They seek to make all women slaves without the right to control what happens to … Continue reading

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Werewolves in Elevators

There is such a thing as werewolves.  They look like perfectly ordinary human beings, save that on average, they are larger and stronger than you are.  But still, they are kind of hard to pick out of a crowd because … Continue reading

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