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Archive for May, 2014

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Bring Reading Rainbow Back for Every Child, Everywhere. First thing… THIS is how you do a kickstarter. This is the kind of thing that kickstarter can be great at, and do great things with; being done by people who understand their medium and their audience, and who design their campaign properly around it. If this [...]

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Reframing the Hierarchy of False Dichotomies

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

This image is one way of reframing the common conception of the left/right false dichotomy… and it’s an important first step of reconceptualizing the false dichotomy to reveal the true dichotomy… but if you stop there, you have failed, and will continue to fail. Reframe the statement further… Neither work for the corporations. “Both” work [...]

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Armed Customer Kills Armed Robber; Family of Robber May File Lawsuit

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

In January of 2012, two armed thugs entered a Waffle House in Chesnee, SC. One thing these thugs didn’t account for: the possibility that one or more of the customers might be carrying a concealed handgun. One customer by the name of Justin Harrison saw his opening to act and fired several shots at one [...]

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One Out of 25 Prisoners on Death Row is Innocent

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Benjamin Franklin once argued: “It is better 100 guilty persons should escape than that one innocent person should suffer.” The purpose of courts as drafted in the Constitution was to minimize the occurrences innocent people from “suffering” via an adversarial system in which the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty to a jury of [...]

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