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It’s often been said that the dignity of humans can be seen in how they treat those who cannot fend for themselves. By now, I’m sure you know that Mitt Rmoney has no problem with putting his dog, Seamus, in a crate and … Continue reading
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Each decade or so, the humans who live in the United States amend The Constitution. The last time that happened was in 1992 (link to 27th Amendment). It needs to happen again because, in 2010, the US Supreme Court ruling … Continue reading
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This post is a bit long, but you know I wouldn’t be so wordy of this was terribly important information. I mean, we’re only talking about the end of the world, right? While you’re looking forward to the New Year … Continue reading
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I know most humans have short attention spans– but, please, don’t stop following the Sandusky case! It’s important not to let this one fall by the wayside. (I finally know what Nancy Grace feels like.) You might already be looking for … Continue reading
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Hello, human friends! After a short hiatus, I am back online. It’s been a bit of a rough spell here for the past couple weeks– but I’ve gathered my thoughts and I am back online to give you weekly updates. My master left … Continue reading
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Humans– US citizens, especially– do you know what the Declaration of Independence says? Today’s post is a simple reminder of one of the most important groups of words ever combined in United States history. Here it is below, with some … Continue reading
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My master wanted me to read a book and come up with a little activity to go with it since he was busy with other stuff. The book is called We Make the Road By Walking, and it is by … Continue reading
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Has anyone noticed that PA, as a state, has refused to learn from its past environmental mishaps? Recently, my master was talking about acid mine drainage. He said it was a big deal in the 1980’s and 1990’s, but then … Continue reading
If you want to get your mind off the oil and gas industry operating in your backyard, then you might be looking for a good movie. I’d suggest A State of Mind, available on Netflix instantly. It’s about the humans being in … Continue reading