Thursday, September 30, 2010


The recent scandal at Rutgers has me horrified.
This poor kid, unsure of himself like all college kids, exposed, humiliated, who must have felt trapped into something drastic.
These other two kids, a new generation of bullies, no regard for other people's feelings, privacy or life.
Parents of all three, one set standing now forever alone, the other two sets wondering how they sent these young adults out into the world to carelessly and heartlessly ruin a life.

Steven Goldstien, of Garden State Equality:
"We are heartbroken over the tragic loss of a young man who, by all accounts, was brilliant, talented and kind," Goldstein said. "And we are sickened that anyone in our society, such as the students allegedly responsible for making the surreptitious video, might consider destroying others' lives as a sport."

Sickened. Heartbroken.

Go solar!

This month, my electric bill was $2.20, the minimum that JCP&L will charge in a month. I banked 175 kW hours against next month. Go solar!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Storycorps in Trenton

Storycorps, the nonprofit group whose mission is to provide all Americans with the opportunity to share and preserve the stories of our lives, has come to Trenton until October 3rd. They've partnered with NJN and have parked their Airstream right outside the State Library. Follow that link above to make a reservation.

This is a very cool project, and it's time they were in the Center of Our Fair State!