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“That’s Just the Way They Are”

It works both ways. Stereotypes. They are constructed in the same way as they are deconstructed. Some for good. Some for bad. Take Japanese people for example. I am in Nagoya visiting my son and his family for a couple … Continue reading

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Empathy School

The June 29th, 1999 issue of the Cleveland Plain Dealer ran an article written by Reed Abelson, entitled, “Relief workers fed up with useless lip, hemorrhoid balms.” I cut it out. It’s been in my social ignorance file ever since. … Continue reading

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