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How To Air Out Your Clean/New Laundry

“Ultimately, their is no good that comes out of evil. Only evil comes of evil, no matter how much good might seem to result from it.” I just wanted to preface my review by saying that when deciding on a book to read I take the responsibility of the selection as well as the review … Continue reading

If A Tree Falls In The Forest Does Anybody Hear?

“I cannot remember much, I cannot feel much. Maybe erasure is necessary. Maybe the human spirit defends itself as the body does, attacking infection, enveloping and destroying those malignancies that would otherwise consume us.” From a professional standpoint John Wade has hit rock bottom. His once promising political career is all but dead a mere … Continue reading

If Eyes Could Eat This Would Taste Oh So Sweet

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. Throw away the trading cards, the Hello Kitty posters, but always, and I mean always stay true to your childhood exuberance and your imagination. … Continue reading

Forever In Your Debt, Always On Duty

“I’ve heard you call yourself a geek, a computer nerd, ‘a skinny kid’, and a whole string of other descriptors that don’t actually describe you.” She explained coarsely. “I’ve heard you call yourself a crappy boyfriend and scared. But crappy boyfriends don’t fly to halfway around the world to rescue damsels in distress. Skinny kids … Continue reading

Stability…….? What’s That?

  First off this book is a non-fiction and is intended for the ages 14 and up demographic. For me I guess I would fall into the “and up” category. The Young Adult genre is generally one I am not drawn toward, simply because of my will to achieve a relative sense of intellectual stimulation, … Continue reading

Ignorance Is Bliss When It Comes To Buying Thrift Store Clothing

“What you think you practice, what you practice you become, and what you become has consequences.” In a lot of ways James “JD” Dillenger is a traditional and all to typical North American teenager. He is involved in his first relationship with a young woman named Sylvia, he has an indiscriminate palate for donuts, he … Continue reading

Which Way To The Beach?

“We were at a party. One girl said I was like her grandmother, now dead. I told her I’m nobody’s grandmother and I’m not dead, and she said that made it perfect.”   What if the only thing on your figurative bucket list was to literally fill a bucket before you kicked it. Eighty-two year … Continue reading

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