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Celebrating Uncertainty

“What happened here is worth sharing because it shows all of the gains happened in incremental baby step ways. They weren’t magnificent, you didn’t all of a sudden say, here’s a hundred thousand acre park. It wasn’t like that. It

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Vegan Cooking

We have been eating plant-based for over a month now. Wanted to share some of what we’ve been enjoying. Cooking without oil has been really easy and the recipes have been delicious. This soup was really easy to make. Saute

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Where is the Dickens of our time?

“The present splendid brotherhood of fiction-writers in England, whose graphic and eloquent pages have issued to the world more political and social truths than have been uttered by all the professional politicians, publicists and moralists put together” – Karl Marx

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Going Vegan or I Want to Be Like Bill

I remember watching Bill Clinton’s speech at the DNC last year and thinking – wow, he looks great. The vitality he had, the sparkle in the eye and that great Southern charm. Recently, I discovered the diet that he credits

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Lithia Park – Ashland, Oregon

In the fall of 2011 I visited Ashland, OR to see my mom and sister. I discovered this beautiful park and spent a couple of hours there one fall afternoon. Here are some of my favorites.

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Never Stop Learning

You say, “Why should I learn these difficult technical skills when it’s all just gonna change? Let me know when it’s settled down.” Problem is, by the time you catch on that it’s *never* gonna settle down, you’re five years

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People Powered Moment

It’s not often that I listen to Democracy Now! and come away not feeling depressed. However, today’s show featured three stories highlighting the difference people can make against big media, big oil and conservative politicians. The first story was about

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