Tag Archives: Coming to Terms with Myself

Surplus to Requirements

When I was a cashier at Walmart, we really didn’t get a ton of perks. Sure, we got a ten percent discount on merchandise in the store–excluding food–but we really didn’t get much else. Our MyShare bonuses were few and … Continue reading

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Kinda, Sorta, Maybe

Over the weekend, I managed to stumble across my old laptop bag; I’ve had it for several years and purchased it well before I had an actual laptop to slide in there. It’s designed a bit like a briefcase, but … Continue reading

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Anyway

“People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered. Love them anyway.” — from The Paradoxical Commandments I can’t. Not anymore. That cup is empty and can not be refilled. Last night, I got off of work at 17:30. Prime decided that since … Continue reading

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Path to Nowhere

JFC: Marilyn Manson is an abuser. Before you ask: no, I wasn’t a huge fan of his music, but “Long Hard Road Out of Hell” was one of three songs that got me through the Year of Hell, the other … Continue reading

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What Might Have Been

The infighting has begun. There are those claiming that some of the protesters weren’t supporters of the Grand Nagus while some of the protesters are saying that they most certainly are. There are calls for impeachment, for invoking the 25th … Continue reading

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Off the Menu

Two nights ago, I was looking for a recipe for a Skyline chili cheese burrito, since I have a few cans of the stuff and I don’t want to survive simply on ramen. As you can imagine, it’s easy enough, … Continue reading

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Thirty Five Years-Thirty Five Thoughts #27: Childhood’s End Part 2

Last week, we covered the stunningly high body count in the 1986 animated feature Transformers: the Movie. Familiar characters were dying at an alarming rate, but the worst was yet to come. This was the scene that scarred an entire … Continue reading

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Brutal Honesty

When I was a kid, my mother pretty much demanded that I be honest. She wanted me to be truthful, even though every time I was, I still got punished. But I had to speak truthfully, no matter what. My … Continue reading

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Look Right Through Me

Last Friday, all hell broke loose as the Grand Nagus suggested injecting disinfectant to treat coronavirus. Some tried claiming that what he said was ‘taken out of context’. Later, the Grand Nagus tried to walk it back claimed that he … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader: Vol 2 Issue 45

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time once again for your Weekly Reader! Got some hot links, blog posts, or articles from a local paper you’d like to share? Head over to the … Continue reading

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