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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. 198 more words


The Scamp Sets a Watchman

I just finished reading the new novel by Harper Lee. Well, not exactly new, as it is supposedly the first manuscript that eventually led to  1,114 more words

PhD Craze

When He Violated Me And Took Away What Is Rightfully Mine

There is no solace.

I always believe there was solace in repressing memories, solace in pushing away the dark of the past, solace in fooling yourself into thinking it didn’t happen… 479 more words

Naïveté - Shakespearean Sonnet

Hey all — I started this piece when I was taking my poetry class last fall. I got about halfway through it and hit a wall. 145 more words

... Oh Yes He Did [#Tsarnaev]...

.. Dzohkhar Tsarnaev had everything to do with Islam ..

.. he was an adherent of his faith , and he was radicalized by others in his faith . 51 more words

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