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People talk to me about my beard everyday. That’s really, really weird. It’s weird because, unlike others, I can’t even see my beard, so I (apparently) think about … Continue reading
America’s best, brightest, or most dedicated write letters sharing their support for Donald Trump… Further readings about high school dropouts support Trump. Read about David Duke’s support for Trump here.
THE WAR For those not familiar with the short vs. long copy debate, allow me to succinctly (and hopefully not too inaccurately) sum up the issue. The argument for short … Continue reading
Last night they took away my shoelaces. It’s morning now. A man down the hall is yelling. “Give me my shoes back!” His wailing wakes me. A patient answer comes … Continue reading
I just saw the new Star Wars trailer and I’m freaking out! I can’t believe it! It looks so good!
These aren’t headlines. These are just things I really, really wish were headlines. “Orinn Hatch Thinks He’s People” CEO Apologizes for Racist Remarks: “I didn’t realize things I … Continue reading
For some reason people cannot be bothered to search the internet to see if their too-good-to-be-true quote is fake. (It probably is.) No need to send them the real quote … Continue reading
I’ve been working among humans for decades, and I’ve learned a thing or two. (For instance, they like bosses to have an open door, but hate it if you leave … Continue reading
You are only ten questions and a bit of arithmetic away from knowing how old you seem to the world around you!
This was going to be more fun than the bird had hoped. “Well, devil… Or should I call you Lucifer?”
“I do not care what you call me now. You will call me master soon enough,” the man replied.
It’s that time again. Another mass shooting has occurred in the only developed nation on earth where mass shootings regularly occur. Not moments later, people start looking for a solution, … Continue reading
There was recently an article in the paper about an upcoming movie, The Cokeville Miracle, and the story of how 154 students and teachers miraculously survived an encounter with a … Continue reading
Three shallow thoughts with the theme of holiday regrets.
Four shallow thoughts about enunciation . . .
My favorite place to eat is the state penitentiary, not in any of the many cafeterias, but just on the other side of the razor-wire and guard-towers there is a … Continue reading
Modesty is not about how much of your body you cover up, it’s about how you choose to reveal yourself to the world.
It’s time to come out of the closet: My name is Daniel and I’m a conservative. And having said that, I already feel embarrassed, afraid that friends or neighbors might … Continue reading
Words mean different things at different times and places. For instance, if you were hanging out with John Adams in 1776 and said, “Your wig looks awful,” you’d be giving … Continue reading