rivercrow on July 16th, 2012

Then if you kill off a corporation, are you a murderer?   If a corporation merges with another, is that marriage?   If a corporation merges several times, without divorcing the previous merger, is that group marriage?   What gender are corporations? If they merge, is that straight or gay marriage?   Why do corporations […]

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rivercrow on April 10th, 2012

So we are trying to sell the old house. As it clearly states in the adverts, it is a 1100 sf place, 3 bedroom, 1 bath. It was built in 1980, right when people started adding a second bath or half bath. But it’s a small house. Why do people view the house and complain […]

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rivercrow on March 31st, 2012

Cows were domesticated because they are easier to milk than lions. Never handle hot peppers before milking your lions.

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rivercrow on September 11th, 2009

I’m surprised sometimes when people complain to me about how hard their lives are. No, that’s not right — I’m not really surprised by complaints. I think I mean to say I am surprised at how far I have come from being in the ranks of the complaining and the Miserable by Choice. Somewhere along […]

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rivercrow on June 13th, 2008

I attended an e-workshop presented by the eChapter of APTI. The workshop was lead by Lynda Trommelen, who spoke about how Type affects response to change/loss and how to use the insights of Type to assist folks adjusting to change/loss. One of the charts that Lynda presented originated with Recovery from Loss: A Personalized Guide […]

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