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My Butt Is Covered In Moss — So Is Yours; You Just Won’t Admit It

Here, I offer a hearty congratulations to Mr. Andrew Beato. On October 29th of 2012, Mr. Beato published a post on Intentious entitled, as ridiculously as the title above, “I Regret Having Children – So Do You, You Just Won’t Admit It.” I would strongly encourage the reader to read that post first before continuing […]

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Amy’s Baking Company Nightmare: If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all?

In the last few days I’ve enjoyed among the most entertaining moments of my life online, watching the train wreck unfold on the Facebook page of infamous Amy’s Baking Company in Arizona, owned by Amy and Samy Bouzaglos. I’m not going to go into a huge amount of detail describing its owners and what happened […]

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Meat equals guilt

Why I Am No Longer a Vegetarian

My niece asked me the other day why I became a vegetarian.  There was an awkward pause from me as I thought.  In the past the stock standard answer was because I was concerned about health (this is true) and about the destruction of the Earth from human overcrowding (this is also true) however, these […]

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Your Work Wardrobe Could Affect Your Performance

We already know that dressing appropriately for work is usually part of the condition of many of the jobs out there. Dressing inappropriately could result in not getting that job, getting fired for it, or even just giving the wrong impression. Uniformed jobs have it the easiest, let’s face it that removal of choice makes […]

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