I Never Believed in Santa Claus And I’m Okay With That By: Margret Lapp

In my life, I have amassed a list of facts about me that never fail to shock people. Some of them are simple like “I’ve never read Harry Potter” or “I don’t like Oreos”. When listed together, at least one will surprise someone. But the one that seems to gain almost universal surprise is “I never believed in Santa Claus”. Now when I say that, … Continue reading I Never Believed in Santa Claus And I’m Okay With That By: Margret Lapp

Junk Food/Non-Organic Manifesto By: Laura Winton

Our planet is becoming more and more polluted every day. People fool themselves every day into thinking that they can escape this, moving to organic farms, to buying organic fruit, vegetables and meat that is raised on the same types of food. These people are delusional! As if PCBs and other toxins, run off from farm chemicals, etc. don’t touch organic farms, as if they … Continue reading Junk Food/Non-Organic Manifesto By: Laura Winton

How I Learned I’m Still Judgmental By: Margaret Laupp

For the longest time, I considered myself to be fairly open-minded and accepting. Like most people, I consider myself an all-around good person. Then I decided to begin using a dating app and I learned some things about myself. I won’t name the app in question, but its set up is standard for most. You are shown a picture of the person, along with their … Continue reading How I Learned I’m Still Judgmental By: Margaret Laupp