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Bread and Roses, Then and Now

So here’s a song: As we go marching, marching, in the beauty of the day a million darkened kitchens, a thousand mill-lofts grey are blessed with all the radiance that the sudden sun discloses for the people hear us singing, … Continue reading

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Apropos of Everything

Defeat, my Defeat, my solitude and my aloofness; You are dearer to me than a thousand triumphs, And sweeter to my heart than all worldglory. Defeat, my Defeat, my self-knowledge and my defiance, Through you I know that I am … Continue reading

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#YesAllBigotry

Apropos of nothing, I swear, here's yet another defense of my intolerance of intolerance.  Feel free to play this song in the background while reading; I know it makes *me* feel better.  :) It happens a lot during the holidays, … Continue reading

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The Polyphasic Sleep Group Adaptation…is All Yours!

Group Adaptation was a resounding success! The Polyphasic Sleep Adaptation Group has been officially over for a month (give or take), and it helped a lot of people, and gathered a lot of cool data on the adaptation process! There … Continue reading

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Segregation in Sports: A bit of a wrap-up

A big chunk of my life was taken up recently with a) feeling hurt because of some of the effects of gender segregation in my beloved only-team-sport of Underwater Hockey; b) venting about that hurt on FB, which to my … Continue reading

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Ubersleep Group Rules & Guidelines

This is a sleep-modification experimentation group. It is attended and participated in by both people who are, and people who are not, adapting to a new sleep-schedule. The following rules and guidelines are intended to further our helping each other … Continue reading

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Feels like segregation feels like segregation feels like

Pretend you're a dark-skinned person.  One day your friends tell you about a new, tiny, unofficial sports team they're in.  They invite you to come play.  You arrive and nope, there are no other dark-skinned people there, but also nobody … Continue reading

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