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Month: June 2008

Human Interactions

Colorado Part I

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I was going stir crazy.  I’d been back from Europe for five and a half months and was in desperate need of a change in scenery.  Lacking the time off and finances to schedule a trip abroad I focused on locations closer to home, within driving distance. The ...

Rep. Harry Mitchell (D-AZ)

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In the past month I’ve sent my house representative Harry Mitchell two e-mails. The first urging him to support George W. Bush’s impeachment and the second expressing my disgust at his decision to ignore the wishes of his constituency, cave in to fear, and to vote for the FISA bill and Telco immunity.  Though it took a week to receive ...

Terrorism & Technology – Ignorance is Bliss

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I can’t sit idly by any longer keeping my view on this matter to myself or limited to select conversations. The House’s recent vote to approve the FISA bill with provisions allowing immunity for the Telco companies that participated in the blatant violation of constitutional rights has left me steaming. Call it the straw that broke the camel’s back if ...

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On the Subject of Failure

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Failure is something that each and every one of us deals with on a daily basis. It weighs heavily as we consider our options. It can be a crippling force that leaves us unable to make a decision or take action. It is the storm cloud on the horizon that terrifies us. For some, it can even be deadly.

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