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Drunken Train Encounters

Led by her hope which was powered by the spirits she had sniffed and drank, she staggered into the train. She called, or tried to call out to her equally drunk husband/boyfriend/drinking buddy but her swollen split lips muffled the sound. 425 more words


The Dream Is Free...

… but the hustle is sold separately. 

We got to listen to Rob Stokes of Quirk last night at StartUp Grind; having created 17 business opportunities before he was even 17, he’s all about opportunities. 65 more words


Thoughts: Day 1

Here come a couple of my thoughts after my first day in Cape Town.

As Ed was giving me a small tour of Cape Town, it didn’t take me long before I realized the immense possibilities for various activities that exist here. 681 more words

Cape Town

Cape Town lights that twinkle bright, welcome me to the most southernly place I’ve ever visited. The freshness in the air reminds me of home. This is also the least amount of humidity I have experienced in over a year and it feels good. 42 more words

Mercy Ships

What South Africa Taught Me

In a stuffy, dimly lit 737, I sat towards the back in an aisle seat. I watched the on-screen graphic of our flight as it flashed across the TV screen repeatedly. 1,044 more words