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Emma - Jane Austen

A day or two after Christmas last year, still in the festive afterglow fueled by a haze of alcohol and country air, I had a conversation with my cousins in which we discussed our resolutions for the new year. 350 more words

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Con Man (poem)

He´s name is Charles, although
that is what they say just to stay
Ge glares, traces
with no faces

Face glares back
and feel the slack go away, 51 more words

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A Word for Autumn, by A .A. Milne

Autumn is upon us, and thank heaven for A.A. Milne for reminding us for reminding us of one of this often dismal season’s small pleasures… 18 more words


Fiber Optic installed.....back on line! The oddysey

This is quite cool actually, it has taken them for what has seemed an eternity to install this crap but right now I hit “click” and before I blink an eye, bam! 1,224 more words

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Thank You Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse

Another witty funny read from the posh world created by Wodehouse giving a window into the absurdities and idiosyncrasies of the upper class in England via the modicum of the hapless Bertie Wooster and his butler Jeeves. 83 more words


The guy who wrote this is a sick twisted fuck!

Sharing this here doesn’t make me a sick twisted schmuck too? source: http://imgur.com/WKLGPP2

My girlfriend is doing a freshmen, english, reading assignment and has to read last year’s stories. This is one of them…


Vulnerability Is The Most Authentic State

There is much more strength in a man who reveals himself only when it is necessary.

But more often than not, men these days put on a façade of masculinity with 72% not willing to display their emotional side; they suppress their innermost feelings.  484 more words

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