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Blue Cat Group

December 19th, 2022

As I write this on Wednesday, December 14, a few of the main news stories of the day on The Washington Post are: An article about how Tijuana has evolved into a trafficking hub for fentanyl The arrest of Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX, and the various politicians he allegedly donated to The tenth anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary The Texas attorney general’s office sought information on transgender residents The discovery that soccer journalist Grant Wahl died of an aortic aneurysm A science article about why some parts of Earth warm faster... Read More

What The Blind Man Saw

August 28th, 2016

Poverty breeds desperation. I’ve never been poor. Sure, money has been tight, and there have been times where I’ve had to, shall we say, get creative with my finances. But I’ve always occupied the middle-class strata, even if I’ve occasionally drifted down near the bottom rung of that particular ladder. But being straight-up poor is different. That’s when you don’t necessarily have a roof over your head, and you get to spend a fun-filled night in the car. Maybe you say, “Hey, just for grins, let’s only have two meals today!” Buying a new... Read More