From: John H
Monday, July 30, 2018
From: John H
Sunday, July 29, 2018
Fwd: Terry Featured In NYT Bestseller “Tribe of Mentors” by Tim Ferriss– and FREE Video from “The Tim Ferriss Experiment”
Saturday, July 28, 2018
With all the yammering about Russian interference with our democracy, why is it that we keep asserting that Israel is a democracy at all. Our so-called democracy is manipulated and controlled by the American oligarchs, while Israel's is controlled by neo-fascists under Netanyahu – so where is the democracy. And with the establishment media covering nothing but Trump and his fondness for Putin and the young women with whom he has had affairs, what ever happened to the main concern of our age – global climate change. If nothing else, our priorities have become a laughable farce.
Mark Rauterkus Mark@Rauterkus.com
412 298 3432 = cell
Friday, July 27, 2018
Thursday, July 26, 2018
In many ways, Ohio University is dead to me. My sons did not consider Ohio University because the opportunities I had in the late 70s and early 80s are no longer afforded to the young men of these recent generations.
Women's swimming was a thing at Ohio University when I was there as well.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
From: Int Swim Coaches Assoc <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday, July 24, 2018
The article byYves Smith begins:
An oft-repeated bit of advice in America is never to talk about religion or politics. Sadly, the
reason is that Americans are dreadful at talking across political lines. When I lived in Australia
in the early 2000s and adopted a pub, by contrast, I found the locals to be eager to debate the
topics of the day yet remain civil about it. That may be because Australians in generally have
mastered the art of being confrontational by lacing it with humor and/or self-deprecation.
By contrast, Americans, who pretend to fetishize individualism, are conformists. Dissent is not
well tolerated at work or social spheres. And its only gotten worse as media fragmentation and
political strategies based on hitting voter hot buttons means that many people are deeply invested
in their political views, whether they are well founded or not. Punitive unfriending and other
forms of ostracism have become a new normal.
Monday, July 23, 2018
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