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For Clinging Was Their Way of Life

There was a master come unto the
earth, born in the holy land of Indiana, 
raised in the mystical hills east of Fort Wayne.

The Master learned of his world in
the public schools of Indiana, and
as he grew, in his trade as a
mechanic of automobiles. 1,169 more words

The Problem of Authenticity in the Age of the Actor

“The problem of the actor
has disquieted me the longest;”
—Friedrich Nietzsche, The Gay Science (1887)

He was a recently retired big shot from DC, running a well-funded foundation, and he offered me something I desperately needed in graduate school: paid work. 705 more words

Education & Teaching

Draven Reviews: CLIP by Taiwan Ben

 Title: Clip

Artist: Taiwan Ben

Producers: Taiwan Ben

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

Retail Price: $49.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of Video: 10 minutes… 1,194 more words


Remembering The Bluth Family's Worst Business Decisions

The name Bluth is practically synonymous with failure, and one of the greatest parts of Arrested Development is the hideous and hilarious fiascos that the Bluth children (and Tobias) perpetuate at every turn. 896 more words


Beauty is a trick of the light.

All beauty is in fact an illusion. That’s why we fight so hard to keep our illusions. And we severely dislike those who work to destroy our lovely illusions. 135 more words

Ancient Indians

I was wrong, I was blind

The previous post is the most truth, I did not before see into what illusions I walked. My message became corrupted through the (in the nicest way as I can say it) negativity that exists. 1,193 more words


Be a Giver Not a Taker

I have never been a taker. Over the last few months, many life lessons have made me thankful for that. Being a taker is a poor, unattractive and unfortunate character to have. 66 more words

Pleasure And Pain