Monthly Archives: November 2013

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Contralto Marian Anderson: Fighters for Civil Rights

Source of Photograph:  http://www.fdrlibrary.marist.edu/library/historymonth.html First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and contralto Marian Anderson both did a lot for the Civil Rights Movement. In 1939, Mrs. Roosevelt showed up for a meeting of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare in Birmingham, Alabama, … Continue reading

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“We Ended Up Losing the Game on the Scoreboard. But That Right There, I Call It a Victory”

Source of Photograph:  http://tinyurl.com/km26gtl In November 2013, Cody Primeaux, age 13, argued with a baseball umpire. Cody, a catcher, told the umpire that he (Cody) had missed a tag and therefore the runner was safe and had scored, although the … Continue reading

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Band of Sharp-Dressed Brothers (and a Twin Sister)

In November 2013, Danny Keefe was a six-year-old kindergartener in Mitchell Elementary School in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He stood out in two ways: Because of childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) due to a serious brain hemorrhage, he speaks with difficulty, and … Continue reading

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Check Out the Cosplay of Fiora-solo-top, aka Julia Korobeinikova of Russia

Source: Fiora-solo-top, “Sexy Lua.”  Deviantart. Accessed 24 November 2013 http://fiora-solo-top.deviantart.com/art/Sexy-Lua-402840937 Source: “The Touhou Project.” Deviantart. Accessed 24 November 2013 http://fiora-solo-top.deviantart.com/art/The-Touhou-Project-360578329 Check Out the Cosplay of Fiora-solo-top, aka Julia Korobeinikova of Russia http://fiora-solo-top.deviantart.com http://fiora-solo-top.deviantart.com/gallery/ Check out some FREE eBooks about good … Continue reading

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“I Have the Perfect Dress”

On 17 November 2013, La Trease Thompson’s minivan was stolen. Inside the minivan was her wedding dress. Ms. Thompson said, “The whole dress was cream, but it had the lavender colors and it had the train that I wanted. It … Continue reading

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Why I Make Terrible Decisions, or, poverty thoughts

Linda Tirado: “This Is Why Poor People’s Bad Decisions Make Perfect Sense.” Huffington Post. 22 November 2013 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/linda-tirado/why-poor-peoples-bad-decisions-make-perfect-sense_b_4326233.html There’s no way to structure this coherently. They are random observations that might help explain the mental processes. But often, I think … Continue reading

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