Monthly Archives: June 2013

F**king iTunes

Why is EVERYTHING difficult for us with iTunes?  We’re not completely inept when it comes to technology.  Granted, we aren’t early adopters.  We don’t like to pay through the nose every 6 months for the latest, greatest gizmo.  As a … Continue reading

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“You’re not my father” – words that a step-parent dreads

Here in the Green household, we have a family situation that can be, shall we say, ‘trying’ at times. Sara & I have 3 children – 2 from me & 1 from her. Her son is a teenager and his … Continue reading

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Beautiful Losers

Three weeks ago Bryan was laid up from an outpatient procedure.  Since everything went well, initially, and he was happy laying in bed with some ice and percocets we had one glorious day of peace, quiet and movies.  Scrolling through … Continue reading

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Let’s privatize water because, you know, it’s not essential to life or anything

This video irks me: I don’t even know where to begin with this guy, so I’ll just break it down by specifics of the video itself. At the opening of the video, Peter Brabeck introduces himself and lays out his resume as … Continue reading

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How awesome is Cleveland?

Pretty freakin’ awesome right now!  Every time we turn around there are more and more great things happening. – We took our first trip to the Cleveland Flea last month and discovered a host of new vintage and hand-craft vendors, … Continue reading

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The ethics of GMOs and Schmeat

Scientific discovery seems to be making huge advances all over the world right now and it’s very exciting. With some of these advances, we have a responsibility to dabble with questions of human ethics, though. I remember the scene in … Continue reading

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