• Nzinga

    August 2, 2012 at 1:18 PM

    I will never forget being in my homeroom as a senior in high school. It was a few weeks before the prom and everyone was just about ready. A friend asked me about my plans and I told him I was going by myself. He was shocked, and seemed very genuine about it. He said he just knew I would have a date and would have asked me had he known i didn’t. I sometimes wonder how many other people ‘thought’ I had a date. Needless to say, I went to the prom – by myself – and had a good time. **shrugs**


  • Michael T. S.

    August 2, 2012 at 2:16 PM

    How about a wholly different angle? Since we are entitled to equal representation under the law, why do we have laws that create inequality? For example, marriage! Why does one of us pay more taxes than another merely by virtue of our marital status? Are we not equal?

    Frankly, my personal life is no place for the government to be nosing around. No one should be rewarded or penalized by the government for their lifestyle any more than their skin pigmentation or chromosomal arrangement. I believe that this opinion is completely overlooked at this point in American history, but will gain favor in generations to come as we become more keen on what ‘equality’ means to us and further work to separate church and state.

    “There is only one race, the human race.” ~ Michael Thomas Stewart


  • Cassandria M.

    August 2, 2012 at 2:23 PM

    Very informative about love and life. We must grab the passion of life. Take a risk. You never know if that risk would be good or not. Thanks Frank.


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