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Rounded Up, But Definitely Not Ready

  Rounded Up, But Definitely Not Ready The first verdict came in August 2018 when a San Francisco jury told Monsanto that it had to pay $289 million in damages to a Dewayne Johnson who developed non-Hodgkins lymphoma after years … Continue reading

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And Then, Something Wonderful Happened…

And Then, Something Wonderful Happened… Have you noticed the level of crazy in the world has grown exponentially over the last few months?  And that’s an increase over the crazy of the last few years. Right now, there are protests going … Continue reading

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Hamilton: Showtime, Showtime!

Hamilton:  Showtime, Showtime! Many days I wake up with a song in my head — a message from a loved one, the universe, my Soul — often an answer to a question that’s been beguiling me, popping out of my … Continue reading

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#WATWB – The Greta Thunberg Helpline!

The Greta Thurnberg Helpline! Okay, I couldn’t help myself with this one.  In honor of the U.N. Climate Summit — may we all come to our senses and do something about the planet before the planet does it for us — … Continue reading

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Protect. Restore. Fund.

  There is a Massive Social Movement afoot, and it started with a child, a child who sat on the steps in front of Parliament in her native Sweden with a sign demanding climate action.  And she sat and she sat … Continue reading

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O’Roarke’s Destiny

I asked my friend, the lovely Shehanne Moore, Blogger (Shehanne Moore); Dramatist (performs in productions written by her husband, a playwright); PUBlisher (Black Wolf Books); wife (married to the Mr.); Mother (to her darlings); Grandmother (she’s way too young); avid … Continue reading

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Material Value

MATERIAL VALUE The word sustainability seems to be on everyone’s lips these days and if you don’t know what it means then you’ll want to pick up a copy of Julia Goldstein’s book, Material Value, More Sustainable, Less Wasteful Manufacturing … Continue reading

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