My latest blog at Born Dancing Historically one of the most marginalized groups in history have been those with disabilities. Societies have deemed them either unworthy of life or have seen them as God’s punishment for bad deeds. Disability … Continue reading
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My previous review Of Star Trek Discovery talked about how Trek had finally allowed it’s characters to be really human; to not care about other probable sentient beings, and to focus solely on their main mission, winning the war against the … Continue reading
This week marks the second year anniversary of my mother’s death. Well actually she died on the 26th of April, but this was the week that we sat vigil over her hospice bed. I was struck by this fact the … Continue reading
I just used the word “behoove” in a conversation. And no I wasn’t transported back to Victorian England. But it was an apropos use, for that apropos moment. What I realized, as soon as I stepped away from the discourse, … Continue reading
Robert Tanenbaum’s legal series, the Karp-Ciampi collaboration to rid the world of criminals, sociopaths, and all around bad guys, continues with the next installment, Immoral Certainty. At this point, our legal duo is happily ensconced in the Manhattan District Attorney’s … Continue reading
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Note: the following post will include spoilers for the movie Rogue One. I have written before about the purpose of the hero’s journey and how it pertains to my autistic sons. The Hero’s Journey: Autism and Your Child I incorporate into … Continue reading