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Egregious: Donald Trump as a Protagonist in a Great American Novel

Kiefer Holland | February 12, 2018

“He’s me! Except he’s a man. He’s you! Except he’s white. He’s everyone! Except he’s not”

(Rachel Parris)

This rather bizarre article is, I suppose, what you’d call a “thought experiment,” the origins of which would, I’m sure, be of limited interest to the reader, and would certainly take too long to explain. 1,071 more words

Inciting Sparks Articles

Which is More Mysterious: The Origins of the Universe or Axios?

I’ve decided Axios is the most mysterious thing on planet Earth or perhaps in the entire universe. More mysterious than sasquatch. More mysterious than Area 51. 82 more words

JavaScript

Finding Joy

I like words, their origin (or etymology if you prefer) and the ways in words affect people – and people affect words. Such as the word “peruse” which people understand to mean “glance over, skim,” etc. 603 more words

Musings

Quit Smoking

It’s officially my 10th day without a cigarette, and I’m feeling pretty good about it. I no longer have to worry about REEKING like an ashtray, yellow hands, cigarette breath, a constant-“hacky”-cough, and spending $12-$15 per day on smokes. 731 more words

Self-Help Articles

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently asked the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA), which instructs federal agencies on how to maintain records, to approve its timetable for retaining or destroying records related to its detention operations. 543 more words

Crime

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate with Colin Kaepernick as the Sidekick he is...

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate with Colin Kaepernick as the Sidekick he is…

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate demanded Thursday that President Trump disband his commission designed to investigate voter fraud, saying it stems from the same hateful ideology that spurred neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville earlier this month. 302 more words

Political Correctness