Sunday, August 12, 2018

What Message Is Chicago State University Sending?





In this Chicago State University advertisement is a picture of a young man looking at a cityscape.  The buildings he is looking at doesn’t look the city of Chicago Illinois.  The buildings look downtown Los Angeles, Houston, or Miami.  Is Chicago State University’s message to students; get your degree and move out of Chicago?  Or is the advertisement saying to students; Chicago State University is not a school you should attended because they are not smart enough to put a picture of Chicago in our advertisements?


Marc Sims
Chicago 

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Monday, May 14, 2018

This piece of trash



A small Cheetos bag landed in my back yard.   Some child, a teen, or an adult dropped this bag of Cheetos on to the ground.  This piece of trash is a reminder that some people don't have a good parent or a good neighborhood environment that persuades them to toss their trash in a trash container.

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Is Chicago Finally Ready For Reform?




Is Chicago and Cook County ready for total political reform?    If so what would reform mean in the city of Chicago and Cook County?   Also how do persuade Chicago and Cook County residents who don’t vote to demand and vote for real total political reform?


Marc Sims


Mathias 'Paddy' Bauler (January 27, 1890 – August 22, 1977)[1][2] was an American saloonkeeper and alderman of the 43rd ward of Chicago[3][4] from 1933 to 1967. He was known as a corrupt, controversial and charismatic Chicago political boss and is famous for the quote, "Chicago ain't ready for reform yet",[5] or "Chicago ain't ready for a reform mayor"[6] which he exclaimed many times over while dancing a jig[7] in his saloon upon the news of Richard J. Daley's first election as mayor of Chicago in 1955.[8] Mayor Daley banned Bauler from attending public functions for a time shortly after the quote was published.[9]

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Monday, January 1, 2018

Thoughts Routines Actions







For most of my adult life I had basically the same goals every year.   All those years I had basically the same thoughts, the same routines, habits, and actions.  Starting today I will slowly but surely change my thoughts and routines.
Marc Sims
Chicago



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