Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster VS. Viagra
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Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster VS. Viagra

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster VS. Viagra- by Aimee Robertson-Fant – Muncie Voice; Muncie, Indiana I own a craft-supply franchise: Wacky Tacky Crafts and I believe in the Flying Spaghetti-Monster.   The Flying Spaghetti Monster’s by-laws are housed within a 2,000 year-old doctrine I follow (selectively- when it suits me) but that I enforce unilaterally upon … Continue reading

Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes-Kor Tells Muncie: “To Forgive”
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Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes-Kor Tells Muncie: “To Forgive”

April 20th, 2014 Muncie, IN Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes-Kor Tells Muncie “To Forgive”; Photograph, Aimee Fant On Thursday April, 3rd 2014- Eva Mozes-Kor, 80, former Auschwitz Holocaust survivor/Menegele Twin of Nazi Germany, and current resident of Terre Haute Indiana, shared with Muncie, her story of survival and forgiveness against impossible odds, in Emens Auditorium/Ball … Continue reading

Breaking: AZ (R) Gov. Jan Brewer Vetoes Anti-Gay SB 1062
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Breaking: AZ (R) Gov. Jan Brewer Vetoes Anti-Gay SB 1062

Breaking: Arizona- Feb. 26th, 2014 Arizona Governor (R) Jan Brewer vetoes controversial anti-gay SB 1062; A measure constructed by fellow republican legislators at the Arizona Statehouse to allow businesses to refuse service and to discriminate (against homosexuals) citing “moral conscience” and “religious freedoms”. AZ (R) Sen. John McCain did not support the bill, neither did … Continue reading

Why There’s No Such Thing as a Dead-End
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Why There’s No Such Thing as a Dead-End

  The very best stories I am able to tell through words or images  find me.   I’m just the vessel for them. And there is a hidden story screaming to be told through the following photograph I took just a few months ago, in October 2013. This story found me as I flipped through the … Continue reading

Middletown, USA (Muncie, Indiana)- Saving Face on Facebook
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Middletown, USA (Muncie, Indiana)- Saving Face on Facebook

Is Middletown, USA (Muncie, Indiana-made famous through the “Middletown Studies”) and much of the rest of America  forced  to save “face” on Facebook?    The math says “Yes.”   *Disclaimer fact: American women, on average, earn 80% of their male counterparts. However, in Muncie, Indiana this figure is upside down; According to the 2010 Census Bureau, women’s … Continue reading

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Fool Me Once, Shame on You. Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me. Zimmerman Skates on Domestic Violence Charges

Original Article can be found at the Muncie Voice Fool Me Once, Shame on You. Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me. Zimmerman Skates on Domestic Violence Charges – By Aimee Fant Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on pinterest   George Zimmerman was arrested,  Monday, September 9th, 2013- in Lake Mary, Florida and was … Continue reading

A Heartland Vigil; Checking in 50 Years After “The Dream”
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A Heartland Vigil; Checking in 50 Years After “The Dream”

A Heartland Vigil; Checking in 50 Years after “The Dream” By- Aimee Fant   Photo: Martin Luther King Monument, Washington, D.C. -Associated Press How easy it is to underestimate the significance of a great or small thing when we don’t have a dog in that fight. That’s not to say that third-person victories or stunning … Continue reading