Tag Archives: Reading

Places To Read

Mid terms and exam time find the bathroom a great place to catch a little extra study time.  But no need for studying to catch a little quiet time on the porcelain throne anyway.


“Peace and Quiet.  Locations that I engage in reading.  Bed.  Chair/Couch.  Toilet.”
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15 Best Things About Pubic Schools In South Bend

Billboard spelling error creates embarrassment.  WSBT.  Mishawaka, Indiana.  Looks like at least one person in South Bend didn’t use Spell Check. 

South Bend public schools are not looking too favorably right now.  Especially if those who proofed the work before it went up, and after it was plastered for all to see, were graduates or employees of the system.


“15 best things about our pubic schools in SouthBendon.com.”
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No Hand Sanitizer Here

Just in case it isn’t clear what’s in those large pumper bottles by the coffee. 

Not Hand Saitizer
“This is not hand sanitizer.”
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Books Come To Life At New Zealand Book Council

The New Zealand Book Council.  “Where books come to life.”

Cool.  

NZ Book Council – Going West

November 18, 2009

The Cat In The Hat On Aging

Email in circulation.

Now here is something that was not passed around the reading circle in school.  Hmmm.  An obscure Dr. Seuss release.  For the generations.

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Disrespecting The Bracelet’s Meaning


“No Disrespect Zone.  Extinguish disrespect.  Remember to ask yourself before you act: ‘Are my actions helpful or harmful?’  Be complimentary.  Listen.  Be considerate.  Be polite.  Be courteous.  Be polite.  Share.  Be understanding.  Be thankful.  Approve.  Admire.”
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Oddly, Senator Barack Obama’s stumbling on the name on the bracelet of a deceased soldier, did not seem to make much of a difference to American mainstream media.  Not a lot was said after the debate.  Granted, the anxiety that may accompany being on the nation’s stage being peppered with questions and being expected to perform flawlessly, may be overwhelming.  But hey, this would be small fry anxiety compared to being in the middle of a major national or international crisis.  Mainstream media focuses on other details.  ABC News Political Punch did however notice.  Continue reading

DOJ Cancels Obama Witch Hunt


“Call me old fashioned, but I love a good witch-hunt.”
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Freedom of speech is a treasured American right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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