Monthly Archives: November 2012

Conduct Human Experiments of the Word Kind

Experiment on your children, co-workers, neighbors, and friends are excellent experimental subjects. Come on, it’s a good cause… Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: A Holiday To Prevent War

Thanksgiving, proclaimed a national holiday in hopes of unifying country. Continue reading

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Don’t Deprive Kids Of Risk

Say yes to more challenges. Continue reading

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We Don’t Need No Age Segregation

I let my teenaged son meet up with middle-aged guys he met online. Here’s why. Continue reading

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Do Childhood Books Shape Us?

We make certain stories a part of ourselves. What story is in you? Continue reading

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