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"Faults" by Richard F. Yates

“I admit my faults: I LIKE killing people and get great pleasure from hearing their screams and drinking their warm blood. Now that I’ve confessed that I have a few faults, I guess that’s almost as good as being innocent, right?” said the human (who acted like a monster, but technically was just a stupid human.) 85 more words


March On

Using poems as a way to breathe
A way to uncover what’s underneath
Deep thoughts come to life like a symphony
Like a marching band, If I march on I’m free… 11 more words


Morality Project

I have decided my new project will be based around different views of morality. Here’s my view on morality taken from Gilbert Harman’s article Moral Relativism Explained… 159 more words


The blame game

Oh the Hollywood Weinstein scandal, the gift that keeps on giving. Where sexual acts are traded for roles in movies. What a whole canning factory of worms and vice has been opened across the board. 283 more words


A Dearth of Virtue

One of the slipperiest aspects of republican government is the requirement that the citizens of a republic be virtuous.  Their moral discernment and scruples come into play, whether in evaluating the claims of their leaders or when called to exercise political leadership themselves.  300 more words


Ghosts, Spirits, and Demons

Every culture has things that go bump in the night. It can be a raccoon in a white sheet on a serious raccoon bender, or something worse. 1,184 more words

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Harvey Weinstein in the Whirlwind

The Harvey Weinstein gale has caused a firestorm on the scale of the natural disasters in California, Montana and Canada, except this is no natural disaster. 1,071 more words

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