Spam, And More Spam

I was just checking through my spam filter–the number of comments I get that are either full of random gibberish or questionable web links is astounding. What’s more astounding to me is the fact that someone clearly thinks I’m dumb enough to click on something that is offering me a way to simply plagiarize instead…
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The ‘Walking Dictionary’

As you may have noticed in my last post, I was known in junior high as the class “walking dictionary.” It so happens I read a lot, and as I read, I pick up new words, learning their meaning from the context, or as a child, asking my parents what they meant. Sometimes, my parents…
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Encyclopedia Stark

I’ve already written about how I’ve used the “extra” information I learn from articles to help myself; for example, when I learned how to make traffic light change. But I haven’t talked much about how I’ve used that “extra” information to help others. I haven’t used it in any big ways, but I have turned…
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My “tweenage” Dream

It isn’t often in life that our dreams come true. All, even most of them probably never will, but some of them do, every once-in-a-while. Earlier this month, I was lucky enough to have two dreams come true at once. In the early 2000’s, The Backstreet Boys were a Big Deal for tweens. The first…
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Pictures Of Me Taking Pictures

I may be as fond of selfies as the next millennial, but because of my job, I mostly take pictures of other people. Obviously when I’m covering an event, the point is to show people what was going on, give them a picture of the event. Not to give them a picture of how my…
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