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“A man’s subconscious self is not the ideal companion. It lurks for the greater part of his life in some dark den of its own, hidden away, and emerges only to taunt and deride and increase the misery of a miserable hour.”

P. G. Wodehouse

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Jun
6

a quote from neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks

(a quote I think explains why websites have become journals and bulletin boards for so many people)   “I started keeping journals when I was fourteen and at last count had nearly a thousand. They come in all shapes and sizes, from little pocket ones which I carry around with me to enormous tomes. I […]

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Jun
18

a train with all cabooses (part 2)

(originally posted 12/12/2013)   I was building a deck and needed some wood so I reached out to an old friend who owns a lumber yard. He told me that recently prices have skyrocketed and he apologized a million times for not being able to do better with the cost of what I needed. I […]

Jun
17

a train with all cabooses (part 1)

(originally posted 12/11/2013)   Don’t you hate when, for whatever reason, you wake up in the middle of the night and you’re laying there and you hear tiny scratching noises above your head? You strain to listen and you can make out little scampering noises in the attic. After a few seconds of complete silence […]

Jun
16

the girl that looked at tombstones (a Broken World story)

In fairness, the implications of what she realized was happening were so monumental and overwhelming that the human brain simply couldn’t process them all. Just the fact that circumstances had allowed her to catch on to what was happening defied astronomical odds. And yet here she was, trying to figure out a way to find […]

Jun
15

never made it to Grakeland

(originally posted 5/23/2019)   And so it came to pass that the President of these here United States of America decided that enough was enough and either the C or the K had to go. For too long had the English language endured two letters having the same sound. “Unnecessary baggage” he would be known […]

Jun
14

repairman

(originally appeared at Yareah Magazine 5/18/2014)   “Ok, let’s get started,” he thought to himself as he turned his car down the narrow lane and saw the house. What was left of it. And it wasn’t actually his car. He had recently borrowed it. Most people would consider what he was doing as simple escapism […]

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