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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
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
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
Sophistry does not make your arguments correct. Skillfulness at performing intellectual and semantic contortions only proves how good a bullshitter you are. Sophists are illusionists, nothing more.
I always thought two great things about acting and reading/writing was the chance to get to know myself better and the chance to explore human nature in general. Then once I’d been doing both for twenty-plus years I realized being … Continue reading
Garden Variety is percolating in my noggin. I’m throwing everything at it I can think of and seeing what sticks. After I get something of a story skeleton and a few images, I’ll sit down and start hammering bits of … Continue reading