Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Teal Pumpkin Project

Have you heard about this yet? If not, do you have the internet? (kidding) A fairly new concept, the Teal Pumpkin project is aimed at helping all children enjoy Halloween. I think this is fantastic. I do not personally have any known … Continue reading

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Halloween!!!

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I learned I think back in high school the meaning and where is started, but I don’t think I ever learned where and when pumpkin carving came about. While researching the topic I found … Continue reading

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Jerry Springer is my spirit animal

Why is it that “trash” tv is so entertaining? Personally, it makes me feel more sane and like my life isn’t as screwed up as I sometimes think it is. When I’m feeling down I like to watch these random … Continue reading

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It’s Jake from StateFarm…

Is he true? Did his wife murder him for cheating? Wouldn’t that be the most ironic, yet sad story ever! “According to reports,” Jake was found murdered in his apartment. When I originally read this story I think I giggled. Probably … Continue reading

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The great debate

So the question is, what role does the U.S. President have in the legality of abortion. Hmm. Back in the 70’s there was a pretty huge case called Row v Wade. In this case the Supreme Court found that women … Continue reading

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It’s about time!

It seems like I find so many articles on Facebook and I’m usually curious if they’re true. Especially when I found an article about Sesame Street gaining a new character who has autism. I could barely contain my excitement. It seems like so … Continue reading

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To raise gas prices, or not. That is the question.

I’ve never really thought much about gas prices except to complain when they’re high or celebrate when they’re lower. My parents like to talk about how low prices were when I was a kid or how much lower they were … Continue reading

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