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Stephanie C. Fox

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Do you ever worry about people to take offense at your choice of words? Not anymore.

Intriguing exchange…

Question: Do you ever worry about people to take offense at your choice of words?

Answer: No. I decided to count on it and stop wasting emotional energy over it. I write about inflammatory topics as it is, so offense is practically guaranteed. I learned long ago that the Aspie demeanor tends to […]

Soppy Video Requiring Only One Response is Posted. I Respond Otherwise.

A soppy video requiring us to all welcome refugees appeared on a Facebook chat page.

Often, I see posts about the poor, unfortunate migrants. They are soppy, emotive, and appeal to the heartstrings on the unthinking and unquestioning among us.

No thought goes into the consequences of accepting huge numbers of a culture that is […]

A Water Depletion Tour and Photo Gallery.

On Sunday, September 11, 2016, a beautiful sunny day, my father invited me to get my camera and go with him on a long car ride to tour the Barkhamstead and Colebrook Lake reservoirs. I accepted.

My father is a retired city and regional planner, with a Master of Philosophy from the University College London, […]

Don’t Heil Trump.

In late July, I went out to the local movie theater to see a limited showing of…something…entitled Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party.

Here is a link about it from the Internet Movie Data Base:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5646136/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Poster for the presentation (www.imdb.com), and my ticket stub/receipt.

 

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“Documentarian Dinesh D’Souza […]