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Grace Lies In The Distinction

I have been in some pretty unpleasant situations. Some of the unpleasant situations I’ve been in are consequences of my own actions, either directly or indirectly. 693 more words

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Ruth Gator Binsburg

I had a short conversation this afternoon with my buddy at work. He came up to me and asked if I’ve heard about the new law in New York. 1,099 more words

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Wrong About Rights

Human rights are nothing more than a figment of our collective imagination. I really hope you don’t get me wrong, I’m not belittling or devaluing them in any way. 1,064 more words

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My brain has fallen out

I’ve been spending a lot of time crawling down long, dark rabbit holes lately. Reading pages upon pages of mind rotting tripe. Watching YouTube videos that have taken me far beyond cringe and left me feeling sad and dirty and hopeless. 933 more words

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Run-on Sentences

There is a funny thing that happens sometimes when one is writing, when one sits down to express a simple thought, when one thinks they’ll just quickly jot down something, but the words just keep coming, like there is a rushing river just underneath the surface thoughts, pregnant with freshwater fish and fantastic ideas, a river that seems to have overrun the levees and is dangerously close to destroying everything in sight. 331 more words

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The Age Of (mis)Information

When I was a kid I was fascinated by the world. The sounds and smells of the waking world were siren calls to that little Argyle-sock-clad adventurer on those early summer mornings. 2,332 more words

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New Horizons

I spent the last two hours writing a post that I just couldn’t publish. It was thoughtful and heartfelt, I took my time to place and re-place words just so, that you all might at the very least say it was well written, if it carried little substance. 733 more words

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