My first car was a white 1964 Barracuda. I was pretty proud of it. I suppose having my own car at age 16 helped me develop a proper sense of responsibility and independence. Those things are important. But that's not where this story is going.
One night I was on a camp-out fishing trip with some friends. The…
Added by Brad Snowder on July 6, 2013 at 10:03pm — No Comments
I wanted to contribute my current day-to-day experience which shares much in common with those posting and agreeing that "They Can't Live On This Planet Anymore!" and to offer what helps me through it every day.
When I'm not developing lectures and multimedia pieces for Innerspace Labs, (please see my profile for fun bits about that!), I pay the rent working as a supervisor in a print center.
It is, indeed a struggle, as my workplace is made up of proudly fundamentalist…Continue
Post Exile Jerusalem
Ezra 1:1 to 9:1
1:1 During the very first year under the rule of King Cyrus, the new king of Persia, the Jews enslaved in Babylon got some excellent news. The king posted a written public notice that read as follows: …
Added by Brad Snowder on September 30, 2012 at 11:56am — No Comments
There's no gentle way to put it: People who give in to racism…Continue
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When I saw my friend's new uniform card, made especially for sixth-formers, I was posed with the question of "Why not?" as I looked down upon it.
In our sixth-form there is a handful of Chinese students who have come from overseas in order to be educated at our school in England. There was no problem with them as far as I could see. And yet, the staff at our school seem to think otherwise.
The card my friend was given was green, with a 5 x 5 box, all titled appropriately. If…Continue
AreAmericans bigots and racists?
I was once more listening to Rush Limaugh rant about plans to build the…Continue
Added by willailla on August 16, 2010 at 9:08pm — 5 Comments
Thursday 13 May 2010
Americans, it's been said, learn geography when they go to war. Now, it seems, many get their history when they go to a Tea Party rally or tune in to Glenn Beck.
History is a "battlefield of ideas," as Beck recently put it, while…Continue