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    Possible Pending Pollution Problems Not the Expected Results

    Something to think about — One of my latest papers written for Public Administration         Linda J. Nelson Franklin Pierce University   Author Note This paper was prepared for Public Administration 348, CGPS Online, taught by Professor Patrick Tighe.   Abstract Pending policy H.R. 861 is to dismantle the Environmental Protection Agency and give the regulations to the states. The federal EPA rules are set to remain in place but give up the central control of the agency allowing to reduce wasteful government spending and over-reaching authoritative powers.   Keywords:  Environmental Protective Agency, pollution regulations, pending bill, H.R. 861, EPA       Possible Pending Pollution Problems…

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    Writing Progress – 4.9.18

    It’s been a while since I wrote any fiction. I have about five unfinished manuscripts at various stages that I started over the past five years. This month I decided to pull out of the mothballs and commit to working on that one story every night with a minimum of 100 words. Tonight I was 26 words under 5oo which is more than I had expected to write during that hour. Finding time to write these days is hard. No, wait, that is an excuse. There have been some nights where I just sat at the screen and stared it down doing nothing but surfing Facebook and Twitter. Some of…

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    Facebook Privacy vs. Employee Venting

    When an Employee should keep their mouth shut or stay off Facebook There are those on Facebook who will post just about anything and wonder why it comes back to bite them in their ass. The ones who do this all the time appear to forget that their posts are visible to the world. Nothing is private when it comes to the internet. When are they going to learn this? If you want a private site – don’t friend anyone. That’s private. I’ve seen those who will get their job back and turn around a few days later and begin bashing their employer. Get real. Do they really think that…

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    Some Plugins Just don’t make the Grade :(

      I guess you can’t have it all. I’ve come so far in the blogging world since I first ventured out in 2008. That is the same year that WordPress was born. It was just bare bones back then. Now look at it, over 2000+ plugins. Some of them work excellent and others are only wishful thinking. I came across one today. It was for posting stories to your site. What a shame that it didn’t work. It was some fanfiction plugin that had real potential, that is until I tried to use it to post work in progress. Oh well, I’m still amazed at what a lot of the…