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have parked
too close.
a world
of human
that orbits

So much suffering… 24 more words


the inescapable despair of soullessness

She asked me how I could be fine or satisfied with the current state of affairs. I look at myself. Consider my position. I have sold my soul. 1,062 more words

Unapologetic Solipsism

'Would ONE of you actually read the book?' Kirsten Powers continues to take flak for 'The Silencing'

@SalenaZitoTrib @KirstenPowers …or brains.

— Vicki Fry (@VickiFry) May 12, 2015

As Twitchy reported, Fox News contributor and USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers yesterday kicked off the promotion of her new book, “The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech,” and quickly fell afoul of the gay left with an excerpt published in The Daily Signal.

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Blaming the Ref: The realities the new hashtag generation of Labour have to face.

So. This is the first part of a two part series exploring what is currently happening on the interwebs. The belligerence of the left and their array of support on the new medias and has created an atmosphere of hysteria and hate that really I couldn’t understand and let go. 2,747 more words

Politics AHHH Scary

Coffee Talk

If you have to drink water, shut up about it. Holy crap, you people who don’t drink coffee/soda/alcohol/juice/anything other than effing water. You self-righteous, stupid, friendless jags can just go drink your triple-filtered, homogenized, organic, pasteurized, holier-than-thou water (that you got from a tap, you wangs!) from your glass bottles underground with your troll friends because WE ALL KNOW YOU’RE SCARED OF THE SUN, TOO.

cathartic anathema

To elaborate. I had made breakthroughs as noted earlier. I had decided that the schism of the mind had to end. Tonight, I had planned to meditate on this, but instead, I was able for the first time to have a frank conversation with her about how I felt. 810 more words

Unapologetic Solipsism


It is too late now to change course. It was too late years ago, when it began; it was too late a year ago, when first I realized it was too late. 401 more words