Jarring the Memory

Posted by on January 27, 2012 in Dirty Little Secret, doctor, essays, memory, moral dilemma |

I was thinking about what it would take to be the world’s greatest essayist, because I’m that much of a dork and devoted to this craft. And it made me realize that besides writing everyday, you’d probably have to have a hell of a lot of writing prompts. As my mind began to wander, I […]

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Onward Christian Soldiers

Posted by on March 30, 2010 in Christian Soldiers, Crazy Crimes, moral dilemma, Religion |

I knew this would happen someday. A couple of days ago, nine people were arrested for ploting to shoot a policeman and then shoot more cops at the funeral. These people are calling themselves, Hutaree which means “Christian Warriors.” Shooting cops sounds real Christian-like to me. They should ask themselves, W.W.J.D? There’s an old spiritual […]

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Doing the Right Thing

Have you ever been stuck between a rock and a hard place? My Office is right next to the Director’s Office. I hear a lot of things that I can either: A) Keep to myself, stay out of the situation and let the action play out. or B) Tell the people it’s going to affect, […]

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