Wasteland Bait and Tackle: Votar o No Votar

So I’ll write about me. But I might also be writing about you. I cast my first vote on a poster sized paper ballot which I marked with a pencil, provided by the county, and then folded and stuffed into a black wooden box similar to the one LBJ had stolen some thirty six years […]

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Essay: Locked Down But Not Locked Out – Turning “Nope” into “Hope” How to thrive creatively from your online platform by Katie Cole

by Katie Cole https://katiecoleofficial.com Starting a new year usually means to refresh, renew your enthusiasm for your chosen career path and to institute a step-by-step plan of what you want and how you’ll achieve it. Success is all about planning and using spirit and sheer will to achieve your dreams right? It’s all about aiming […]

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John Prine

John Prine I was sitting in one of those posture destroying school chairs in seventh grade when I first heard him. It was 1978. For some odd reason school administrative district number 35 offered a few elective class choices every Friday. I suppose the hippies were teaching by then and we were offered up a […]

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