Monthly Archives: September 2019

It’s not that simple with Antonio Brown

There is a lot to unpack about the whole Antonio Brown story, yes. But here’s one aspect of his football life right here in this highlight [or rather, lowlight] video, courtesy of Vontaze Burfict. The video probably won’t play here … Continue reading

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Not your own private Idaho, huh?

It’s been over 5 years now and there’s a recurring problem I deal with – I get overwhelmed when there are more than a couple people speaking to me at once, especially if it is animated conversation. It’s hard to … Continue reading

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Are you, the TBI survivor, worthy for social & welfare assistance?

In one of my social work classes we were given questions to answer regarding the concept of the¬†worthy poor and its impact on the initial development of social welfare. We were also asked to comment on its place in the … Continue reading

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Starting over with something new = surprisingly difficult

What the hell do you do with your life after a TBI? Sometimes you go back to school and learn to do something else. Continue reading

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