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Simple Musing

I couldn’t help but laugh when I re-read a passage of my favorite book, The Loch:
‘There are two theories to arguing with a woman, and neither of ’em works." – Will Rogers
It’s all at once amusing and helpful to know that a man can prove the Loch Ness Monster exists but cannot outwit a woman.
Guys, you’d better listen when your woman tells you you’re crazy. I guess that’s the moral of the story.

This will take a while...

I am currently in the process of rewriting the 1-4 of Brigadiers at the Wall. It is frustrating that I can’t put any new writing up, but sometimes a story must be told accurately and to its purpose. A story is, in fact, an allusion of truth and mystery. It wasn’t until recently that I realized that those qualities could be much better, and so they began. I do, however, remain firm with the Prologue. It satisfies my purpose for writing this story, and I feel that once people read the revisions, it will justify the subtleness of my style.


Sorry to all of those who may be interested in my novel in progress. I am currently “fine tuning” it to suit my own arrogant wants so as to fit my story.
We all have a story to tell, and I’m quite meticulous about my own.
Again, I’m working on it, but I will have the next couple of episodes on the bubble sometime soon.

To the People

The United States enters a most confusing and perilous time. I must be brusque. The economic crisis, people split by fear and spite, politicians who we do not understand, an election that draws ever closer…
“These are times that try mens’ souls”. As ever, we as americans must decide how we will make this country “better”, for we have expected ourselves to do something long before now; to do something for the poor, for the homeless, for countless people fleeing natural disasters, for people who seek a better life, for people who seek safety from the prosecution of straitlaced traditions, to people who seek their neighbor’s love.
We the People of the World seek a time where there may be peace for tommorrow, and a change that will reform and strengt…

Refering to "Jesus Saves"

Just to clarify, I don’t want to give people a false impression on the title or the meaning of my poem. It was just an event that happened two day ago.
I thought I would write what stood out that day to me, in which case was a truck my dad had borrowed from his brother-in-law to load stuff in from the auction. I thought it was funny that he had borrowed the truck, because the first thing that came to my mind after seeing the truck was that we were at the “marketplace” where Jesus knocked over tables and sent people running from " the House of God". No one knocked over any tables at the auction, but the atmosphere could be described as chaotic, in which people were hurrying from building to building, looking at all of the stuff for sale. I also had a vivid m…


Sorry to everyone who anticipates to see some of my new works. I am currently in Florida at my grandparents house for a two week stay. When I return, I shall have pictures and perhaps assorted drawings to put up.

The trip so far is great. We passed down through North Carolina again in a matter of hours, passing similar landmarks from my previous vacation, and reached the first of our premeditated destinations.
Myrtle Beach was hot and bustling as ever, the streets clogged with cars and mopeds making their way to the beach. We checked in to our resort right on the ocean. It was a large, slightly imposing structure that had two-level car garages at either end of the resort, and three main hotel lobbies in three towers. Below our room were a lazy river, three pairs of hot tubs, and …

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