Tag Archives: social justice

‘New Policy’ Bans Street People

“Talk to supervisor”  It seems like these have become the go-to bar of choice. To my knowledge, nobody who’s currently on the list has called or come by trying to meet with me, yet people continue getting added to it, … Continue reading

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99 Problems

Comical Explanation

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Environmentalist

Remember when you were considered an environmentalist when you didn’t throw junk out the car window? I sure do miss that simpler, happier time. – Paul Poundstone Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing … Continue reading

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Advocacy

What are you advocating for Molly Kathcpole, creator of an online petition that received more than 3000,000 signatures and pressured Bank of America to drop a proposed $5 debit card fee:  I had just graduated college, my loans were coming due, … Continue reading

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The Plastic Cops

“Smugglers can receive up to six months in jail.” That statement alone left me reeling from the absurdness of this article (A vigilant Rwanda is winning the war on plastic bags ). These individuals were not smuggling drugs, animals, or … Continue reading

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