Dylan- Service dogs help their pack leaders in very special ways and Banji, the service dog, was hired as the companion of a very special puppy.
Mike shares with us the interesting history of some of England’s subversive women.
Subversify presents two poems by Renee Y. Brown, “The Gospel of Jon” and “Today.”
Jennifer Lawson-Zepeda-In many homeless forums I’m noticing a general apathy among the active homeless — a sort of contentment or lack of interest about changing their housing situation.
Jane Stillwater- Internationally speaking, threats and bribes have gotten American corporatist leaders absolutely nowhere.
Bill The Butcher Takes a look back at Hitler and his possible motives.
Mike- The system had its good points, as life for poor people on land was extremely harsh during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Drew White: Fast forward to now and we’re smoking it. It took thirteen point eight billion years for a tiny piece of star to end up in this pipe.
Bill the Butcher- “Well then,” his lady declared triumphantly, “there you are. Now what are you going to do about it?”
Grainne Rhuad- Fear, it’s one of most living beings’ great motivators. It arouses the senses telling us to pay attention, something may be coming, and we may need to act.