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Photo for Monday, April 2nd
Thanks to Pat and Jerry for this week’s photo.
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He that spareth his rod hateth his child …
Reverend Jackson Pruitt had practiced what he preached. Penelope Pruitt carried the physical and emotional scars of learning right from wrong at the hands of a father, who believed that shades of grey were the rationalizations of sinners.
Penelope’s nights are spent in a terrifying dream world, where blood provides the only relief in a grey kaleidoscope of charred walls, melting bodies and black holes. Read more »
Posted on March 29, 2012 1:02 pm under General
Remember Citi’s identity theft commercials? I thought they were some of the funniest I had ever seen. Although identity theft was no laughing matter, I wasn’t too worried. I protected my cards and passwords. I carefully shredded documents with identifying information before discarding them. I had no problem recognizing phishing scams. I felt that most victims of identity theft had failed to take the proper precautions. Read more »
Smokey and Pearl had a great relationship. Her tempestuous nature was nicely balanced by his laid-back personality. (116)
It’s fine to look, but don’t get too close. There’s a reason why humans are fenced in. (87)
Statistics show that unemployment rates have begun a slow decline. While that is happy news for job seekers, the rate is still dramatically higher than those experienced in the months following 9/11. In the face of these statistics, those seeking employment must find a way to stand out in the crowd of job seekers vying for available positions. Read more »