A colostomy bag umbrella

  Private(s) maneuvers” Consider this: There’s a legal dispute between business partners (We’re talking an $18 million dispute). Then comes along a shady character who claims he is owed $28,700. And in order to get the $ 28,700 he files something called “involuntary bankruptcy” The involuntary bankruptcy filed by this Shady character has the amazing […]

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Google CEO Claims Censored Chinese Google will have “broad benefits” while his company perfects information control within the US

GOOGLE CEO Sundar Pichai refused to answer a list of questions from U.S. lawmakers about company’s secretive plan for a censored search engine in China. In a letter that is now published on Intercept (link below) the CEO refused to share specifics but would only claim broad benefits inside and outside of China, he stated […]

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Brown’s Disease

    Drowned in the din of the incessant political chatter and finger-pointing is a critical health crisis. The rapidly burgeoning hepatitis A epidemic in California is unprecedented and underreported.   Scope of the Problem I would like to define the scope of the problem before explaining the virus. This way if your interest is […]

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The Euphemistic framing effect

The news media uses an increasing slew of neologisms that have become a part of the contemporary lexicon. Instead of indulging in plain speak, most of what we read appears to significantly attenuate and sometimes obscure the full meaning of what is being conveyed. Consider the word “Undocumented immigrant”: Immigrant is defined by Webster dictionary […]

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