Month: June 2017

Us and Them – By Pip Helix (Davin’s Den)

I recently had a conversation with a young man, just turned 19, about politics and race, that turned some of my preconceived notions on their head – and not for the better. This young man, whom I will call Alberto, was born in Central America, and became a naturalized citizen.  His mother came to the…

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WORKING OUT – by Davin Rosenblatt

I don’t like it one bit.  I don’t like feeling the burn.  I don’t like lifting heavy objects. Nope don’t like any of it. However, I do know that if I don’t work out and just give into my worst impulses I could be the guy where they have to cut off the front of…

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Unpredictable – By Pip Helix (Davin’s Den)

This evening, I was driving home on a highway that is separated by a thick, wooded median, with wooded areas on either side of the highway, and traffic was moving along at a decent clip. As I came around the small bend in the road, I suddenly saw the brake lights, and the strange, cautious…

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