Thank you, Charlie. I've been a fan since the 70s. Wouldn't want to be in a relationship with him... love his work. I need the eggs.
Thank you, Travis and Daniel. Well done.
In retelling the hows and whys of recycling, Phyllis Rex touched on cultural differences that created a challenge between neighbors.
Yes, some of the houses were unruly. Too many young, unattached, male workers in one space would cause havoc in any neighborhood, white, black, whatever, it doesn't matter.
The most disturbing thing to me is the blanket lease agreement with no references checked, and subsequent move-out notices with no justification.
Those that have done nothing wrong and had been paying high rent for months are now having their references checked. I'll tell you right now, if you checked my references today ... would I have to move out?
The notices came after a stabbing at one location.
Let me pose this question: if a white, female, writer stabbed someone on the other side of the village would I be given a move-out notice?
Nice. Happy to see you find life after the T-S. Nothing fearful or loathing about that. Especially after they put your baby in a throw-away. Success is the best revenge, my friend.
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Apr 10, 2014
vol XXV issue 15
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