Daily Archives: September 1, 2017

Resentment

I’m working Step Four and I’m having hard time listing any resentments because all resentments I develop are gone within a couple of days at the most. So my sponsor encourages me to list every resentment I’ve had recently that … Continue reading

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O’mei closes after community boycotts Santa Cruz restaurant

We can’t allow people to lawfully contribute to political causes they believe in. Oh no! Santa Cruz Sentinel: SANTA CRUZ >> A long-time Westside Chinese food restaurant has shuttered, perhaps permanently, in the face of a boycott and heated online … Continue reading

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How Desegregation & Dislocation Helped Produce The Unabomber

In Australia, there’s a genuine and easy feeling of mateship because most people are white. In diverse America, mateship is more difficult to find. From the Atlantic in year 2000: In 1952, when Kaczynski was ten, his parents moved from … Continue reading

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