Is Concrete Thinking Going To Sink Me

By Chato B. Stewart
Amos the concrete thinker: I’m a concrete thinker…
Frankie “Big Nose” Boca: funny I deal in concrete to… Mostly shoes.
Sign background: Concrete $4.99 per bag
Caption: Concrete Thinking

Concrete Thinking Going To Sink Me

Did you FIND the 6 (six) Concrete thoughts and abstract metaphors in the Mental Health Humor cartoon titled: Concrete Thinking#1463?

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The History Of Dyslexia

By Chato B. Stewart

Dyslexia The History

The following is the history of something I’ve dealt with all my life.  The fact that I can write about it in a semi-coherent manner is proof that it does not have to be the end of an academic career.  I was once told: I would never be able to do the very thing I am doing today… Writing, blogging, creating.  Granted, spell check gets a lot of work.  But it can be done. The Mental Health Humor Cartoon above I drew is still one of my favorites and it just so happens to be about what else…dyslexia.

Dyslexia defined by Google search is a: “Developmental reading disorder is a reading disability that occurs when the brain does not properly recognize and process certain symbols.”  Wow, that is so clinical and precise.  Dyslexia is much more than a learning disability. Yet before the 1900′s, this childhood development was the subject of much conjecture and how children learned was still pretty much theorized.  A plethora of terms was used to describe the problem such as “word blindness” or “strephosymbolia.”

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Back to School: 5 Tips to Help the depressing Life of Grade-Schooler…

By Chato B. Stewart
9B Pencil: Look at’em in their glass house… Oblivious to their new reality.
Caption: The depressing Life of grade-schooler pencils
 

5 Tips to Help the Depressing Life of Grade-Schooler…PENCILS!

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Does Social Media Give People An Illogical Sense of Anonymity?

By Chato B. Stewart
Sign: Social Sharing
Caption: Sure you can have some of my lollipop…

Social Networks connect with the world

Social Networks connect with the world – not just via websites or forums or email, but directly to people. Sharing everything from your most important thoughts like, on twitter you might tweet: “I just got up and I’m hungry.” Or post a photo on Facebook of you meal at Denny’s.  You can share you own MEME or jokes with the “world” of friends you have. Or you can troll other people’s pages and snoop on them…creepy.  That is Social media – it gives people an illogical sense of anonymity.

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