Poesy plus Polemics

mob “Mob Mentality” by Mary Jessie Sullivan

there is no I in war

no self in politics

faceless factions

more suitable units

for American bloodsport

more easily rallied

more readily drawn

into vehement battlelines

no you and me

nothing personal here

just the we and the they

the us and the them

stand in counterpoise

word-bullets fired

each volley a voice


its speech is of no one

the audible argot of mobs

antithetical set-piece

of groupthink in wage of

distasteful philosophies

history honed to ambitious

impersonal shapes of

pure blind opposition

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“BACHELOR FATHER: “STRICTLY BUSINESS” Marcia Henderson Guest Stars. 1960. (HQ)”

Miss Back In The Day USA

Never-married attorney Bentley Gregg took on the task (with help from his “houseboy”, Peter) of raising his young niece Kelly, after her parents died in an accident. The job was easier when Kelly was a little girl, but now she’s in her teens, and beginning to date and venture into the adult world, while Bentley continues to juggle his career, looking after Kelly, and his own romantic life.



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Science And The Bible Agree On The Beginning Of Time People Just Don’t Realize It

Truth Troubles

Science And The Bible Agree On The Beginning Of Time People Just Don’t Realize It

I hope that this title was able to get the attention of as many people as possible. Please, after you have read this, with and open mind, I hope that you will forward it onto all the people you know.

Are you familiar with the term “lying by omission”? My spouse uses that one on me every once in a while. She usually gets on me about it when she asks me things like how are you feeling today and I fail to inform her of each and everything that hurts that day. Sometimes if I just give her a general kind of canned answer is because I feel some things are not important enough to mention, sometimes I don’t feel like a conversation that to me just sounds like whining so I just say…

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The Best Gifts For The Traveler In Your Life


The best gifts are always those that show how much you know a person. That’s an ironclad rule across the board. A lot of us know a person to whom travel is more than just a yearly vacation, it’s part of their lifestyle. An itch they absolutely have to scratch. If you know someone bit by the travel bug, then a gift that fits that lifestyle can be the most valuable of all:

Their Memories:

Travelers like to do more than roam the world, many of them like to document it in some way. Gifts that can help them do that encourage them not only to do what they love but to keep sharing it. If they’re a photographer, then lenses, cases, tripods, and so on can help them take better pictures. A handmade, leather-bound notebook can encourage them to start keeping travel diaries. Even photo frames containing some…

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