I try to be positive. Except in one key area where I have no choice or voice. I blame my parents for my negativity. They both contributed equally to a situation I couldn't change if I tried. To be fair, neither could they. You might say it's in my blood. Literally.
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As sources of information proliferate and "news" not actually grounded in fact grows common on social media, Americans have to work to sort reality from fiction and insight from disinformation. This is a challenge for our representative democracy. And we've only begun to grapple with it.
/p> Most of the things we talk about aren't earth shattering or life changing. Results of a math test. The book he is reading for English. An upcoming sporting event. A Friday night school dance. Normal, everyday topics that anchor us to a normal, everyday life.
The deputy sheriff crawls his squad up behind, not knowing what the hell and taking a deep breath about the profession he’s chosen, the pros and cons calculating at warp speed like they do with every stop, the background soundtrack supporting his training behavior, which is practiced and professional and healthily fearful.
We signed up for the marathon because we like to pull the band-aid off slowly. I’ve done middle school algebra four times now and I’m finally getting good at it.
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"Dr. Vainio, you don't know me, but I watch you on Native Report. I know you've talked about cancer and colon cancer in particular, but I need to tell you that you have to keep saying it."
Tag someone in an unflattering photo. Send an angry email at 10 p.m. Whatever it is can wait until the morning. Think that it’s all about you. Get all political on social media. Fry bacon in your birthday suit. Hug a cactus.
Relief was elusive, even with the medication. I wanted a nap and clear nostrils. Neither was available. I worried the rest of my family would get the crud.