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45,000 Lawns

When I was five years old I wanted to have a life’s work. I didn’t know what that meant. I just overheard my mother use that phrase. 1,014 more words

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A Day on the Road

I rarely use this space for daily chronicles but today I feel like it. I spent the past few days on the road, a small vacation between jobs, while my family is away on a trip of their own. 731 more words

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Still Typing

In May of 1976 I dropped out of George Washington University where I had been majoring in history, and went to work at a bookstore in Washington DC. 588 more words

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How to be a cult leader (the musical)

Viveca Ornstein is another great example. She was born in the backwoods of rural Arkansas to a drunken mother and enabling brother. At the age of three she realized she was meant to lead. 118 more words

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Tech Talker

Here I am in presentation mode today, hawking my softwares to a dubious crowd.

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They all say there is no collusion

well, again John

there has been no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians

or Trump and Russians

no collusion

but bottom line

they all say there is no collusion… 6 more words

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Six Word Poem

ricochet
don’t say
heliport
fuck it

Sometimes a combination of words gets stuck in your head and you think these things somehow go together, along with a crude sticker you saw on the side of a motorcycle. This is how writing works.

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