There is a socioeconomic dynamic that is sometimes referred to as "the culture of poverty." This theory expands upon the cycle of poverty and seeks to explore why poverty perpetually exists in cultures despite widespread and improved anti-poverty measures. Closely related to this . . .
I have been thinking about food a lot lately. I love food, and eating great food, just as much as most people. So, yeah, part of my thought allocation lies here continuously. In addition however, I am one of these weirdo's that spends unusual time fretting over what I put into my body - . . .
Dear friends -- a few notes about the following post: - This post is unusually long. I don’t and won’t make a practice out of writing long posts. Your time (and mine) is precious, and fiercely allocated. I am sensitive to this. However, the nature and importance of this particular . . .
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of fighting through the madness of having my 5-year-old daughter's birthday party at Chuck E Cheese. The madness wasn't due to my daughter, or even Mr. Cheese himself, but the nine-thousand other kids having their party there too at the same time! My . . .