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Chicago Betty DOJ Mental Health Conditions stigma

Lynched #metoo moment

(NOTE: I keep revisiting this case because I think it’s important to alert authorities of improper conduct toward other human beings – whether it be sexual or psychological – and it still has not been addressed by those whose responsibility it is to investigate such matters. Thus, it is still unresolved.) I’m having a #metoo […]

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AMERICAN JOURNALISTS AMERICAN WRITERS Chicago Betty

Drunk

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STIGMA AND THE DOJ RESPONSE

Correction: DOJ:ADA Federal Complaint

This link (the one below) is the correct one and includes the text of the complaint filed with the DOJ. Not the earlier post. I explain what happened, insofar as the confusion between the two, in the body of the complaint. Ironically, in 2014, the DOJ was interested in a complaint I had filed against Suburban […]

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STIGMA: IIT

Which of our Presidents in recent history invested the most in Education?

I’m hanging with a college graduate who is brilliant but has special needs.  For example, he got a full scholarships to go to IIT, later taught as part of a program funded by the Bill Gates Foundation, excellent Educator, Legally Blind, but he already had a huge debt developing on his shoulders.  Now, he has a $500 debt […]

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20th Century Accidental Food Critic Journalism

The Lonely Corpse

This is the saddest story I’ve ever heard. It’s about The Lonely Corpse.  I felt so bad when I heard it was left alone in the cemetery, waiting for someone to put it in the Earth, while the living partied on chicken, corn muffins, chocolate cake, and tea. How fucking rude!