The Age of Balance

Human history is the story of finding balance, swinging too far one way and swinging back, always in search of the sweet spot.

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Fake Women Don’t Have Curves

I'm not sure when I first heard the phrase, "Real women have curves," but I do know that it's always struck me as odd. I understand it, of course. Both as a physiological point of true femininity and a feminist statement about body image, I get why the message is out there. Our culture definitely … Continue reading Fake Women Don’t Have Curves

Socialism and the Prisoner’s Dilemma

As we march towards the Secret Muslim Totalitarian Socialist Society™, it seems that the earmarks of Socialism are everywhere. Taxes, an institution of civilization that have always been begrudgingly accepted as part of living in a community that serves public needs, are now "Taking from us to give to them." Social Welfare programs, created to … Continue reading Socialism and the Prisoner’s Dilemma

Cynicism & the Death of a Celebrity

"The talk of the ignorant is like the rumblings which issue from the belly." ~ Demetrius the Cynic This weekend, as we all know by now, Amy Winehouse died.  Likely an overdose, though from what I've read, cause of death hasn't been confirmed.  As a very public drug addict, death by addiction has the feeling … Continue reading Cynicism & the Death of a Celebrity