Monthly Archives: September 2012

I promise… I’ll fight the bigger fight someday

I have been thinking a lot today and was able to grab some revelations out of thin air.  They’re probably ones I’ve made before, but then I have more chance to remember them in the future. Dr. Ma’ani’s “apology” letters … Continue reading

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Public records (a.k.a. – records that remain private until you hire a lawyer)

I made a brief allusion to my attempt at retrieving records from a government agency in my last post.  Children’s Services seem to be more in it for themselves than for the kids… not really a big surprise, but they … Continue reading

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You… the person searching for Houshang Ma’ani….

Unless you are a sexual assault/abuse survivor, would you mind terribly leaving me alone in my thoughts and expressions.  This site really does not concern you.  I assume you are a Baha’i and by continuing to “check up” on me … Continue reading

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Public Service Announcements

One thing I don’t see much of anymore on television is the old familiar PSA.  Maybe I don’t watch enough tv anymore… or maybe no one cares enough.  I decided to gather a collection of PSAs regarding sexual assault/abuse in … Continue reading

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Prioritizing the problems

Sexual assault and abuse statistics are difficult to fully comprehend without comparing numbers.  They are also difficult to get exact, but let’s take what seem the be the most accepted numbers at 1 in 6 for American women and 1 … Continue reading

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