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Life

24 November, 2011 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

Cry That is all you know Knees to the floor And away you go   Wide eyed Reach out to touch Giggle a little bit You’re impressed by so much   Scared Who are these others? Why are we all here Instead of home with our mothers   Accepting Fragile, but developing a core Understanding, […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #86

14 November, 2011 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

The only way to get ahead in life is to own your own business.

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But does my father even care, If I’m sad or I’m angry

6 October, 2011 (12:00) | Personal Update

When my dad passed away in December 2004, I had already not been talking to him for years.  During those years of not talking to him, I’d visit my grandma and she’d always tell me that I needed to make amends with him before something happened to him. As I’m preparing to become a father […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #191

3 October, 2011 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

you should always be a contributing member of society.  not for what you will leave behind, but for what you will enable others to do.  Non Nobis Solum, the Latin motto for “Not for ourselves alone” means that “it’s not for me, it’s for everyone.”  You’re life is to be lived giving from your gifts […]

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Pittsburgh’s Hill District – Now and Then

8 September, 2011 (10:48) | Pittsburgh

Here’s some interesting past and present pictures of the Hill District.  I can’t even imagine the Hill District being as lively as it used to be.  So many buildings and businesses and people.  It seems like it truly was connected to the hustle and bustle of downtown at one time. http://multimedia.post-gazette.com/ThenNow/Hill/Center/default.asp http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11226/1166781-53.stm

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I just wanna go home

17 August, 2011 (12:00) | Poll the People

We all grow up, but some of us never leave home.  Some of us will always remain close to where we grew up.  It’s not a bad thing either way, sometimes it’s born out of necessity.  I know a lot of people who moved so far away from home, but they ended up moving back.

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