Poor Harambe…Must apes die to save humans?

The tragic death of Harambe, the 17-year-old western lowland silverback gorilla at the Cincinnati zoo set the social media world ablaze. Millions were rightly angry at the Zoo’s decision to kill the ape to save the child. Was his death preventable? Many attacked the parents for their poor parental supervision. Were adequate ...Read More
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4 lessons not learned about the Vietnam war

Lessons not yet learned by the American people First Lesson Do not intervene in the civil war of other countries. President Obama recently visited Vietnam. In 2016, recollections of the Vietnam war still seem mired in a poor understanding of why the United States involved itself militarily in that country. It cost ...Read More
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iTECHOR Product Review for waist pack sports belt

Athletes will appreciate the iTECHOR A brand seller of outdoor products on Amazon recently contacted me to see if I would be willing to post a review of iTechor’s waist pack sport running belt. No problem. I received one in the mail and for the past month have been using it at ...Read More
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9 dramatic movies you must watch before you die

I was busy perusing answers to Quora’s list of top movies you must watch before you die. Instead of providing my response on that platform, I decided to post my own opinions on my blog. You see, when it comes to content marketing, while every marketer agrees on its value, each one ...Read More
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Quora: The Facebook for the inquisitive among us

I must admit. Quora still baffles me. I’m flabbergasted at the willingness of people to provide such exhaustive answers to questions from posters, many of whom appear anonymous. It baffles me that Quora is also getting closer to a saturation point, meaning why bother answering questions that have already been upvoted a ...Read More
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Harley Wishner, MD, and what’s wrong with private health insurance

I’ve never been a fan of private health insurance. Why? Oh, a host of reasons. But one in particular is because a private health insurance company can still determine whether or not it wants to pay for a procedure it does not deem “medically necessary.” You see, I suffered from terrible pain ...Read More
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