Monthly Archives: October 2017

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by Keith Turner on October 24, 2017

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I believe I should define myself in the positive by who I am and not in the negative by who I am not.

The pink is disappearing behind dark grey… and the shower door has been replaced by a shower curtain. A new bathroom is beginning to emerge.

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by Keith Turner on October 2, 2017

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Dupont Ave, such sophistication for a road that backs into the Jordan River, shadowed by the intermittent smell of the city sewage plant with its backdrops of towering refinery smokestacks.  Buccaneer and Talisman, more befitting names for this working class neighborhood and its lingering “hood” reputation.

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by Keith Turner on October 1, 2017

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In 1978 the CEO-to-Worker compensation ratio was 30:1. In 2013 the CEO-to-Worker compensation ratio was 296:1. [statistics taken from “The Unbanking of America” by Lisa Servon}.  Belief in economic growth benefiting the average American is a fairy tale. We all know before Disney editing there was no happy ending.