I feel like like sometimes you have to let loose every once in a while and stand for what's true.
Here's a taste of what I mean, from my new blog:
"Take the recent publicity surrounding cop-on-black crime. These horrendous situations have led to riots, protests, and racial unrest nationwide. Suddenly all cops are bigots, and all blacks are victims. No, wait – all blacks are criminals and if they want to escape police violence, they shouldn’t commit crimes. No, that’s not it – all cops are overly violent and most recently all bikers are white supremist douchebags but they’re white so they get away with it..."
read more here
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
I've moved to wordpress, but I am having a hard time establishing a reader base. So I figured, I've had over 10k pageviews here, why not share a few?
here was my first post
and here's an excerpt:
To ask someone what it’s like to have ADHD is to task them and yourself with an endless explanation of a multifaceted “thing”. First, what is it? Is it a disorder? Disease? Mental illness? Disability? Right there you have the first category of many arguments to be had. Second, are you looking for the perspective of an adult with ADHD, or a child? The parent of an ADHD child? The neurotypical (NT) child of an ADHD adult? Adhd does not just affect the mind and life of the person diagnosed with it, but also the lives of those they interact with.
I hope you like it and I hope you give the new blog a whirl!