Author Archives: tsactuo

crap.

I can’t put what I want to say into words. It’s not formed enough in my noggin yet, I reckon. It’s aggravating. I know what I want to say. Really. It just doesn’t come out in anything other than a … Continue reading

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stuff and things

Now that I’m forty years old… I believe I may be hitting my stride again. Things have been clicking back into place. It’s not been by design, I assure you. I’ve just been doing my regular, daily stuff, living the … Continue reading

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seeing too much

What has been seen cannot be unseen. As glib and funny as that saying has become online, that’s how experience works. You never know until the experience, and once it happens… it can’t unhappen. It is always with, inside you, … Continue reading

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If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world. (via SEXY)

I can pronounce all the words correctly. I’m an English language geek. (This is not my poem!) Dearest creature in creation, Study English pronunciation. I will teach you in my verse Sounds like corpse, corps, horse, and worse. I will … Continue reading

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One day off turned into a few days off. I lol.

What’s been going on since I’ve been away from the online world? Well… I finished reading Hitchens’ No One Left To Lie To: The Values of the Worst Family. He nailed not only the Clintons. He called out the various … Continue reading

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Sustainability: Building a Consensus between Liberals & Conservatives (via Alex Zorach’s Blog)

Typically, in America, environmentalism is seen as a “liberal” issue.  Public perception, especially among liberals, is that liberals care about the environment more than conservatives, and that the solution to environmental problems lies in historically liberal approaches to politics and … Continue reading

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xu do se jbobau

I am so often easily diverted. It’d be laughable if it weren’t so entertaining. The writing’s taken a back seat to reading some nonfiction. I can’t explain it, not rationally anyway. I’m sure there are plenty of possibilities for it, … Continue reading

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