Apparently the world is kind of grouchy today because I couldn't find any fun or non-controversial articles in all the places I normally look. So first up is a non-controversial subject, global warming:
Do you swear? In front of teenagers and younger? Do you care if the young ones watch swearing in movie and on television?
Well damn if that isn't enough on to another article that isn't a bit controversial:
"I would like to learn, or remember, how to live. I come to Hollins Pond not so much to learn how to live as, frankly, to forget about it. That is, I don't think I can learn from a wild animal how to live in particular...but I might learn something of mindlessness, something of the purity of living in the physical senses and the dignity of living without bias or motive." was authored by a woman known for writing poems, essays, and novels. Her best-known work, perhaps, is nature-themed PILGRAM AT TINKER CREEK which has often been compared to the writing of Henry David Thoreau and which she has described as a "book of theology." Her AN AMERICAN CHILDHOOD tells the story of her early years and her later often have the theme of nature. She was born in 1945.