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Naiveté, Stupidity, and Ignorance

Let’s take a look at a few terms that get confused often. I will reference men and privileged people, but my end goal is to ask a question about religious goombas of all flavours. 1,495 more words


WuToWu #45: Do You Remember?

I’m going to break my own rule of not writing too personally in this post, but only because 9/11 is something which is difficult to remove from personal experience. 337 more words


Endlessly Callow, Gravely Shallow

Mothers make an example
before your daughter’s hopes and dreams
get trampled

TV ordained his brains be addled
but he knows to camouflage the monster he’s saddled… 151 more words


Ruminations on LA

Excerpts from a  textversation/disagreement…

Response to a conversation about visits and differing perspectives of LA and the not uncommon opinion that it should burn.

“Capitalism is a farcical mask making fascism palatable to those who are marginalized.” 413 more words

Dire Blog

Foggy-minded Folk

2015 By Bob Litton. All Rights Reserved.

Last week I pontificated a little bit about fiction’s weak-minded strongmen. That clearly argued delineation of frail heroes, however, did not really cover the entire subject of brawn versus brain. 1,021 more words


Wisdom From Experience

Tuesday August 11, 2015 #748

“Good judgment comes from experience, and experience – -well, that comes from poor judgment.”

~Cousin Woodman

It is usual that the vast majority of our accumulated wisdom comes from having reflected upon, and learned from, the many times we have failed.  84 more words


This Is Not For You

I’ve kept a lot of things under 20 mattresses that surface every night and never let me sleep.

The sixth mattress nurtures my confidence, which has been worn and compressed into a tiny pea and yet poses as the hurdle for everything my bed carries. 199 more words