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I am fat

I am fat. There is no getting around that fact. Social “fat shaming” has reached an all time high. When I was growing up there were thin people in movies, TV shows and print media. The social ideal was everywhere. … Continue reading

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Haters might know more than you think

There seems to be a huge push back against the haters of the world. Most of the time I would agree, the more haters you have the better. After all, that means you’re doing something right – right? Maybe… Then … Continue reading

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“Rights” are an illusion

We live in an ungrateful, entitled world where few want to work for anything and everything should be handed out for free. Where privileges are seen as rights. Where the “I want…” motivates nothing more than indignation and contempt when … Continue reading

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Who gives you the “right”?

The right to bear arms never meant the right to own enough guns or even own one gun capable of mass destruction. It was meant to protect ones own family and property and to allow for the formation of militia. … Continue reading

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Trash talking yourself

I write fiction because, even though the human condition is varied and unique to the individual, it is portrayed in the same manner in most non-fiction. Exaggerated hardship, deeper than the average person’s pain and suffering, fantastical – almost to … Continue reading

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Yes… It’s you. Not everyone else

Personal privacy. Not something the internet allows. If it’s out there – it’s OUT THERE. Forever. So why do we post and blog and tweet our entire lives for the world to see? Do we need to hear ourselves think? … Continue reading

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Review mirrors are for cars.

I’ve been saying this for years. Rear view mirrors are for cars. NOT life. When you always look behind you, instead of in front of you, you focus on the past, not the present or future. While looking back brings … Continue reading

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