Tuesday, September 21, 2010

My Column

It occurs to me I have neglected to copy the link to the columns I've been writing for my school newspaper.

The link for the one that came out today is: http://www.theeagleonline.com/opinion/story/calling-foul-on-maintaining-the-status-quo/

The main page is: http://www.theeagleonline.com/

If you scroll down, you can view the gratuitously positive feedback I've received thus far (in older columns) :). If you click on my name, past columns come up. Since I always receive such pleasant feedback from you guys, perhaps you would like to comment on this other forum as well? Up to you, some of you get enough of my yakking here, but if you'd like to read more, make sure you check it out and of course, I appreciate your time and feedback, positive or not. In order to post comments, you have to create an account (with Google, or Yahoo, etc.) which doesn't take more than a couple minutes (or if you already have either, then it's even easier).

Anyway, just a quick note for some more material, as I know posts are slow this month...


Anonymous said...

Good commentary about some real issues that we keep facing and rethinking and accepting and rejecting. Impatience is affecting many more of us. People need to just get over old school ways of thinking about certain issues and embrace some very needed change.

Anonymous said...

My Dear Friend Conor,

Felt you might like this on your blog today:
The International Day of Peace, also known as the World Peace Day, occurs annually on September 21. It is dedicated to peace, or specifically the absence of war, such as might be occasioned by a temporary ceasefire in a combat zone. It is observed by many nations, political groups, military groups, and peoples. The first year this holiday was celebrated was 1981. To inaugurate the day, the "Peace Bell" is rung at UN Headquarters. The bell is cast from coins donated by children from all continents. It was given as a gift by the Diet of Japan, and is referred to as "a reminder of the human cost of war." The inscription on its side reads: "Long live absolute world peace."

So dear Conor I lift my sniffer tonight and toast to "Peace" and those who seek it and truly work for it ..may we all use love and kindness to achieve it both internationally and personally

your friend always

Anonymous said...

Well your column for AU certainly causes people to react strongly at times. But that is a good thing, whether those comments be positive or negative. Thanks for sharing the link. My you do have alot of writing to do these days, no?

Anonymous said...

So CJY, glad to see you're back.

But did you ever meet up over the summer as you had promised over the past year?