Monthly Archives: May 2014

‘The story of David’

When I was in the 9th or 10th grade, my subdivision was one of the first pickups for the school bus so I always had my choice of seats. Unfortunately my friends were near the end of the route and … Continue reading

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‘Majority rules’

The minority viewpoint is out of luck In a society where the majority vote rules. My own personal experience has exposed the masses to be brain dead fools. Should the will and desire of the many outweigh the needs of … Continue reading

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‘Slippery slope’

Perched high atop their ‘Ivory Tower’ and standing vigil. Always looking down with disdain when observing. Judging through their hypocritical lens of morality. Condemnation for those whom they deem to be deserving. Constructing biased opinions on stranger’s lives. Standing back … Continue reading

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‘The boy and the old man’

Much like strangers on a train, the two had never met; and yet they were to embark on a long distance journey together. It was a warm summer evening in the middle of an international conflict. Their clandestine mission called … Continue reading

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‘What degree is best?’

When someone sings of having love in the first degree; how could we possibly ever know what that means? A first degree murder is a Capital offense but a first degree burn is of little consequence! Inversely, a third degree … Continue reading

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‘Sharon’s due’

On normally bustling streets, Percy Usten walked the well-worn Manhattan sidewalk in bewildered amusement. Only a light peppering of people were visible for as far as the eye could see. “Even in America’s largest metropolis”; he pondered philosophically; “there are … Continue reading

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‘The bottom line’

People can act friendly, pleasant or nice, but let me give you a little useful advice. Regardless of what they swear or claim. Their rhetoric doesn’t matter; it’s all the same. It’s never what they SAY but what they actually … Continue reading

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