Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: American Culture
So the other day, I bought this really huge container of mini cream puffs at SAM’s Club. The first thing I did when I got home is cracked open the lid and popped a few in my mouth. Delicious. I’m … Continue reading
The year is 1837 and a farmer was all giddy about the new John Deere steel plough he just bought. It was a lot lighter than his old piece of crap iron plough. Since his back was starting to hurt … Continue reading
Someday, every kid in high school now will inherit the world we leave behind. And I think they may be deciding right now that they do not want to live in a permanently divisive, hate-filled community. March 30, 2010 — … Continue reading
This post is a comment to Chris Brogan’s post on education that quickly got out of hand. More was written and deleted than is shared below, but my education also taught me about discretion. Let’s leave it at that and … Continue reading
On the first of April, my health insurance company will start taking a 21.8% increase in premiums out of my butt. They have not increased services nor do I feel more comfortable that my coverage is any more secure. I … Continue reading
In November, the Democrats were on the ropes. The GOP had just elected themselves a golden child with Scott Brown and tilted the scales back below sixty votes in the Senate. They had won two gubernatorial elections in Virginia and … Continue reading