Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Law, Perfected

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Writer’s Block

As a student of History I cannot escape the fact that all civilizations ultimately come to an end. Which begs the question: is this Sodom and Gomorrah worth saving? Writer’s Block? Or is it despair? At times, for days and … Continue reading

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An Old Piece of Bread

It matters not whether you believe me, as I’m certain there are many other soldiers – veterans, who would not only willingly vouch for my assertion and perhaps make similar assertions of their own: I once ate a piece of … Continue reading

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Rocks in My Pockets

Lazy. Lazy is an accusative word with practically no meaning. Those who call others lazy are lazy themselves and are attempting to get the accused up and motivated to do what the accuser himself is too lazy to do. Never … Continue reading

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Starbucks

You can’t buy Class, poser.

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The Master of the House

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