When Working for the U.S. Postal Service, the clock is king. If its at 7am when your shift begins, lunch at 11am, or 3:30 when the day is done, the numbers on that clock regulate and dictate the comings and goings of the employees on the workroom floor. For many, it even influenced emotions. Like … More Gone Postal. Old Lessons for the New Age of Terror.
Our brain uses images to decode language. What images come to mind when you hear profanity? … More Profanity. Good, or bad?
My Family and I were on walk in the park one sunday afternoon. We drove to Westfield, the park over there is much nicer. It was around the time in autumn when the landscape was just starting to display the much-anticipated colorful New England foliage. Due to some event, there were more people in the park … More Losing Identity in America
When I read that the United Nations had declared that the United States police force were “Terrorists” and American Blacks were owed reparations, needless to say, I was intrigued. But, It was not the rhetoric that caught my attention. After all, virtually any declaration coming from the U.N is merely Rhetorical. However, what did pique … More The Legacy of Frantz Fanon