My Blogging Experience

I’ve always liked to write my thoughts down because every time I sit down and write my feelings I instantly feel a little better. If I bottle my thoughts up and don’t express them in some way, I am forced to express them in other ways like lashing out. Sometimes, writing is the only way I can find someone or something to listen to me and to hear my pain.

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The Best of Me

I love this post because it shows what true love is. It’s written like any good love story is told; straight from the heart. The best about this post is that it shows you what it feels like to be in love and to fall in love with someone everyday. Even if you cannot connect with these feelings in a romantic way, but everyone knows what love feels like. Love is when you’re with a person who makes you feel alive, and makes life worth living. And this post really captures those emotions and shows what it is like to feel everything.

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100 Word Review – Animal Farm (1954)

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All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.

Based on the communist fable from George Orwell in which farmyard animals overthrow their human oppressors and attempt to forge their own path.

Not suitable for children. This isn’t DisneyThe animation from Batchelor and Halas is simultaneously dated and timeless, creating an eerie sense of a warning being shouted across the ages.

It was funded to a large extent by the CIA as anti-communist propaganda. This film is so steeped in history it’s impossible to ignore, and is probably best enjoyed with a generous side of Wiki.

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Capitalism v. Collectivism

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            “The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”

                                                            –  Winston Churchill

 


 

            Greetings, my friends!

            Today’s topic is Socialism v. Capitalism. Now, I remember when Obama first took office and people on the Right started using the dreaded S-word, and people on the Left laughed and called them extremists and fear mongers. A little while later, people on the Right were still raising the Socialism alarm and those on the Left replied, “As if Socialism is a bad thing…” Well, it’s been getting worse ever since. These days, it’s pretty common to encounter some ideological window-licker who’s absolutely sure Socialism would be just swell, if only it was properly implemented. They can quote a few political theorists, but can’t seem to grasp…

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