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MINORITY VS MAJORITY STATUS

Minority vs Majority Status Rich and poor are minorities in the USA. The very rich and the very poor. Worldwide, poor is the majority. Be cognizant of using the word appropriately. It doesn’t matter how most people construe the words minority vs majority. What matters is that when communicating through the written word you be […]

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THE INTERVIEW FLIP – day 11

FIVE DAYS IN MARCH DAY 11 Who do you work for? No one. I work on my own. You’re self-employed? Guess you could say I employ myself. But you’re self-employed? Right? You mean legally? Is there such a thing? Sure. What are the rules? IRS rules. Oh well. I don’t pay myself. I can’t afford […]

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SKATING OVER WORDS – day 5

FIVE DAYS IN MARCH DAY 5 Stop recreating the past. Create the future by writing about the present. The past is gone. Random ties everything together. Does it really matter? There’s too much detailed history in many articles I read – even too much detailed account in one current happening. Unless you’re trying to change […]

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RAW MATERIAL – day 6

FIVE DAYS IN MARCH DAY 6 Raw material is necessary to build the foundation upon which I form my final conclusions. To the writers and speakers of the world, use your raw material as a foundation to polish the thought. Don’t feel compelled to publish or speak everything that’s in your bank of ideas. Not […]

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A ROLLING SENTENCE. AN EXAMPLE – day 7

FIVE DAYS IN MARCH DAY 7 “A natural born molester of the innards, he relishes getting his creepy little fingers straight into the belly, that which should be the private space of all creatures, he invades, laughing all the while, like the devil he chose to be, sucking up the blood with his thirsty, vengeful […]