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Do blades cut deeper into victims with aichmophobia?

I’m not in disarray. That’s not what it is. I have no original state of control to compare this to. Thus I am forever condemned to walk this path of apathy down forks with scales of vigor as their divider. 245 more words


Who's Afraid of the Dark(ness)?

About a week ago, I had a sudden realization that something was missing in my life. It was not the typical dissatisfaction or restlessness that I have become accustomed to, but a lack of something that used to be a defining part of who I was. 758 more words

Profound Ponderings

Threshold of Knowledge

Lately, in an effort to see if I can jump-start myself blogging again, I’ve been reading over some things I wrote a long time ago.  And by “a long time” I mean ten to twelve years ago, back when I was around thirteen.   847 more words


Let Me Stick My Head In the Sand!

I’m the type of person that is out of sight way out of fucking mind, man. If I can’t see it, it’s not there. If it doesn’t directly affect me, then hell… I don’t have to worry about it. 321 more words

Caitlin Fletcher

Reasons We Sabotage Our Bliss

Over the years we lose our belief in magic, the Easter Bunny, and Santa Claus.  Some of us lose bigger things like our belief in God.  622 more words

Book Review - Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes

Charlie Gordon has an IQ of 68 and is thirty-three years old. He lives a simple life, sweeping the floor at a bakery and attending classes at a school for the mentally-handicapped. 509 more words


Know what’s great about America?  The freedom to be as ignorant as you like and the freedom to pretend to be as ignorant as you like.