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Being Human Chicago Betty Human Behavior

The Optimist

OPTIMIST It’s not the imperfection of humans that is so troubling, for the optimist accepts the premise that humans are inherently flawed. Rather it is the extent of those flaws, their expression, their dimension and depth, their width, their form and manifestation, the unrelenting drumbeat — enough that the optimist is overwhelmed — but not […]

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"MEASURING TIME"

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Chicago Betty Genres Short Stories and Poetry

The Folly Of Logic – A Story

One afternoon, the afternoon was really morning, and I woke up hungry. And so, with heavy lids, I threw on a dress, and asked myself this question:  How FAR must I travel to find food? 100 meters, 200, 50, 10, 5, 2, <1? I grabbed the keys and unlocked the prison door, stepped down from […]

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The Busy Bee. Cultural Mathematics. (Formula: “Common Sense”)

(Ugh. I forgot to tag. I hate that part! Totally sucks on the iPhone app. Manually tagging. Yuck.) Just sharing some of my Blink, Blink, LinkedIn activity of late. Much to my distress, they do not believe in formatting – or editing or deleting posts. However, the challenge there is to communicate in 600 characters, […]

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Artists Bipolar Disorder Commentary Cultural Mathematics Freedom of Expression Human Behavior iPhone iPhone Apps Laughing At The World Darkly Mental Health NIGHTMARES Perception Perspective Speaking of Words Technology The Many Moods Of A Room Tragic Heroines Urban Thinking WordPress. The. Good and the Bad Writing

The Busy Bee. Cultural Mathematics. (Formula: "Common Sense")

(Ugh. I forgot to tag. I hate that part! Totally sucks on the iPhone app. Manually tagging. Yuck.) Just sharing some of my Blink, Blink, LinkedIn activity of late. Much to my distress, they do not believe in formatting – or editing or deleting posts. However, the challenge there is to communicate in 600 characters, […]