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Re: Nazi Punching

Re: Nazi Punching

I wish to elaborate on a few historical details that will, no doubt, create some violent debate and discussion. I come from an artistic and journalistic...

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Re: Ethics

Re: Ethics

Going to Journalism School means I had to learn the ins and outs of investigative reporting. Clearly I’m not destined to work for the Times, but...

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Re: Protest

Re: Protest

There seems to be confusion about why people protest. And if rioting = protesting. So let me summarize real fast. Rioting – anarchy, destruction...

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Re: Fear

Re: Fear

The only information I want from today is if the Secret Service races on stage and takes the Orange monster into Custody. Preferably in the next hour....

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Why Feeling is Believing

Why Feeling is Believing

  Here’s the problem with a condition like mine: When you’re sick, you go to the doctor, right? Nine times out of ten it’s a cold, they throw...

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For Once, Something True.

For Once, Something True.

I would like to tell you a story. I promise there will not be a happy ending. But I think it’s important to tell nonetheless. See, I’ve got this condition....

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The Whole Truth.

The Whole Truth.

I have a confession to make. I’ve lied to you all. My friends, acquaintances, confidantes. Hell, even strangers. I lied magnificently and constantly...

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About Art

About Art

I’m one of those obnoxious people that can pick up a pencil and draw. One of those people who can eat anything and never gain weight. Someone who...

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The Dead Man’s Playstation

The Dead Man’s Playstation

It’s easy to forget isn’t it, all the details with death. What’s left behind, the remains. I digress… I work a job where we buy...

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On Grief.

On Grief.

It starts as a solid weight. This thing you carry in your chest, almost tangible in nature but somehow you can’t see it. There’s no explaining or shifting...

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