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Order vs. Chaos

The desks were perfectly aligned with the floor tiles, exactly equidistant from each other in the row and each row exactly equidistant from the next. The books and workbooks were stacked as if they were one smooth, even brick. 230 more words



 The Bus Ride.

The bus pulled up sharply and a young man stepped up and in.

The hydraulics announced his presence with a suppressed whisper. 370 more words

NaBloPoMo 2014 Day 12: Discussing the Other

Author’s Note: This is my latest article published by The Well Written Woman.

As I told the editors upon submission, I was working on this article a month ago and, then, it didn’t feel like the right time to publish it. 1,322 more words



Endless bombardment of advertisements that show unruly and ungrateful children who will behave and/or love you if only you’ll buy their product.

Whenever I see these I feel contempt for the people who make the product, conceptualized the commercial/ad, acted in it and the fact that we’re supposed to accept the idea that children are entitled to be spoiled brats whose behavior dictates we spend more money on them just to keep them happy with superficial products. 125 more words

I Weep For Healthcare Lost

I am not quite sure when it became a thing of the past, but I still have vague memories of going to the doctor when I was young and actually receiving competent service. 692 more words

Inner Dialogue

Disaster Waiting to Happen

Why am I so fascinated by disasters? I know that we as a people – an American people especially – have practically an addiction to such stories, but why… 363 more words


i [don't] want chaos

a live conversation between the piratehorizon and dobetteralways on trifles such as chaos and related



DBA- Chaos, though enticing in many ways scares the shit out of me. 1,983 more words