An interesting article here, and a helpful list of words to use instead. Using the word crazy as an insult is more harmful to the millions of us who deal with the stigma of mental illness than it is to the person you’re attempting to insult. It also lets the person/people you’re trying to insult… Read More Replace ‘Crazy’ With The Adjective You Actually Mean
Writing stories… names are important! Mr. Glatzer was originally written as a goldsmith, then the story showed that this is the wrong social class, and he changed into a barber. From 1840 to 1880, Germans were the largest group of immigrants. Before that, white were not ‘menial’ barbers, but the new immigrants did not have… Read More A Rose by Any Other Name II
It’s not what you don’t know that will trip you up, its what you don’t know that isn’t so. Did the sun rise today? No, it did not! After all, the sun does not revolve around the earth, so how could it rise or set? What actually happened is that the earth rose against the… Read More Science Tutor: Sunrise vs. Copernicus
A Rose by Any Other Name…. In one day, I worked with Dawn, Donna, Dinah, Dana, and Dion. All we’re missing is Daniel to round out the collection!