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Senses and History, Part Three: Hearing

The sounds we hear these days are unique to the computer era in many cases. At the grocery store, when someone’s credit card purchase is approved, the particular beep the card reader makes is instantly recognizable and so grating on the ear that if the person doesn’t pull out their card, you are tempted to do so for them. 549 more words

Experiences Of A Late Blooming Writer

Deal with it.

I don’t like when things don’t go my way.

No – that sounds too childish. I don’t like when my plans change.

I am very schedule driven. 785 more words


Houston and The Water

I have been a resident of Houston, Texas since 1968 as a young boy of nine years old. My family’s first home was in the area known as South Park. 436 more words

Socail Commentary

Killin' It

So far, in 2017, I:

  • bared my cleavage
  • bought ambitiouslythirsty.com
  • quit my job
  • messaged a boy first
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In that moment of creative work when the newest idea looms over your head, what do you do with it? Personally I just start writing and hope that I am able to completely administer the thoughts I generate into a form of rational language. 54 more words

Real World

The Charlie Rose Interview, a year later

Give or take a couple of weeks. Charlie Rose, a person I have never heard of before, interviewed George Lucas, a person who needs no introduction, in December 2015. 972 more words


Passive aggressive

The definition of passive aggressive is: of or denoting a type of behaviour or personality characterized by indirect resistance to the demands of others and an avoidance of direct confrontation. 462 more words