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Catching up!

I dunno why my blog broke this week. Sorry for being unreadable for a few days...well design-wise anyway. But it looks like things are back to normal. Leave a comment, tweet or email if you ever see the blog all wonky. Honestly I don't check the blog every day. Especially this past week when I was out with a migraine for two days. That's what happens when I plan to write like a mofo on Thursday night...migraine.

It's been awhile since I posted my AWEARNESS posts, so here they are:


I have another Sotomayor post ready for next week, I'm sure I'll be writing about her more. Sadly the sexist and racist attacks are keeping me too busy to actually read about her mad judge skills. Thankfully there are others out there working on this issues.

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