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Opposing Viewpoints and What We Can Learn From Them

Bill Clinton gave a speech last month at a gala for The New Republic. I think the entire thing is worth a read (click here), but I want to¬†highlight a specific section of the transcript below, because I think Bill … Continue reading

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Let’s play a game of madlibs

Citizens are up in arms over another case of police brutality, after an unarmed _______[city] resident was shot and killed. Officers claim that the victim was acting erratically and came at them with a _______[weapon], but witnesses dispute the facts … Continue reading

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Race and Justice

(This is a rambling mess, but I don’t really care…I’m just spewing words here). Like everyone else, I’ve been following the Trayvon Martin trial. There are two things everyone keeps mentioning in the wake of the verdict: that the outcome … Continue reading

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Let’s try this again.

I started this blog about a year ago. I was motivated, I was filled with ideas and goals, and I was also incredibly lazy. I’ve got that post up about cyclists, but I’m not happy about it…I still agree with … Continue reading

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An open letter to cyclists

I currently live in Somerville, Massachusetts. It’s just north of Boston, and I guess it’s what you’d call a progressive city. I’ve lived here for just under a year, but I definitely enjoy it and don’t plan on moving anytime … Continue reading

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Hello world!

So I guess this is where I’m supposed to introduce myself. But that’s boring…so instead, I’ll let you know what you can expect to read here in the future: – Random rambling and raving – Sports (with a pro-Boston agenda, … Continue reading

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