Tag Archives: malice

The Price of Adaptation

I was saddened to hear news on All Things Considered (Host Melissa Block, NPR) a few days ago about an immigrant family where three family members, a father, a second wife, and a son, were found by a Canadian jury guilty of … Continue reading

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Brad’s Vickies

As I read Brad Geagley’s recent blog about the Vickies of his life (see Hall Monitors of the Internet), my first thought was to think of what goes on in the heads of these Vickies.  I wondered what motivates them … Continue reading

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When Concern Is a Disguise

I was riding in the back of the van early one sunny Fall morning with some family members when I heard the phone ring.  My mother answered a call from a niece we seldom hear from.  Judging from the conversation, … Continue reading

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