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The Golden Age of Conspiracy

I have an unhealthy obsession with conspiracy theories.  When I say this please don’t misunderstand me.  I don’t actually buy into the stated details of conspiracy theories, I’m just fascinated by how much devotion and faith people put into them; how a person will take several demonstrable facts and then loosely connect them into something–which at first glance–sounds like a plausible narrative, which will appeal to a wide spectrum of people.  1,057 more words


The world may be mean, but people don’t have to be, not if they refuse. – The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead

Book Quotes

I’m what the botanists call a hybrid. A mixture of two different families. In flowers, such a concoction pleases the eye. When that amalgamation takes its shape in flesh and blood, some take great offense.

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The winter season is coming to an end. The snow feels like rubber and the lifties and disappearing in droves. I recently learned that there is a bonus for lifties that stay until the end of the season which is only weeks away. 828 more words

On Good Locks

The actual method and speed of a home invasion is something I have many expressions for, but little knowledge of.

Today, the house next door was broken into and robbed.

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Friendship; what is it?

Does friendship mean something to you?

Or does it simply lay like stagnant water?

when the sun is at zenith, it shall dry up

but for the hard pans that crack the ground… 128 more words

Human Nature

Day 82: Guilty Of All

“If you really fulfill the royal law according to the Scripture, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” you do well; but if you show partiality, you commit sin, and are convicted by the law as transgressors.  222 more words

365 Day Bible Challenge