Too often we just don’t have the time, the attention span, nor have we cultivated the required expertise to listen for artistic, delicate, nuanced beauty. It never registers in our over-driven lifestyles.
For your reading and watching pleasure I’ve selected 3 articles from one of my favorite RSS feeds that I suspect most people will find of interest. The articles focuses on GA laws and on smartphones. Enjoy!
My love of many TED talks has never been a secret. This talk by Kathryn Schultz, staff writer for the New Yorker and the author of “Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error,” in no exception.
I was a strange child with a huge imagination. I grew up on the Gulf Coast. As a little kid I wanted to see the Gulf of Mexico without any water in it. I wanted to see the seafloor. Well, it turns out we now can.
President Obama sings ‘Amazing Grace’ at funeral for Charleston shooting victim Sen. Rev. Clementa Pinckney
I suspect that today’s ruling will help further unshackle “traditional” marriage from the inequality inherent in the institution’s misogynistic roots. Let me explain…
I love people seeing the same world I live in but in a completely different way than I see it and can’t wait to shoot the city again and try this craziness. The people in San Francisco are just crazy creative! I had never thought of this. Be sure to watch the video at the […]
Today Bill and Sally celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and people came from all over the country. As you might suspect, Bill is exceptionally gregarious or, as they say, “has never met a stranger.” And trust me, he hasn’t.
In my personal opinion, Franklin Graham, the son of Billy Graham, is just a mean opportunist. He has supposedly taken Billy Graham’s Evangelistic Association’s money out Wells Fargo because they crammed this gay agenda advertisement down his throat. I have no way of knowing, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the real reason is he […]
Germany has the astonishing good sense to provide college degrees to ANYBODY1 at all of their institutions of higher learning for only $120 per semester, and your student ID card provides you with limitless free public transit! Health insurance is a whopping $87 per month. with a 3.0 or better ↩