New Centralia

Gone, is the vibrant community Beautiful neighbourhood Scattered bricks, crumpled roads. Bent pipes releasing toxic gases are left to inhabit this land today. One wonders how it all began when and how it will all end, and what became of the people Who lived in the town that was. – Diana M. Helm The weather […]

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On political parties and why they should not exist

I was quite amused by a G+ post written by Google co-founder Sergey Brin today, which in summary, says the following: I must confess, I am dreading today’s elections. Not because of who might win or lose. But because no matter what the outcome, our government will still be a giant bonfire of partisanship. In fact, I […]

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simcity3000

simcity3000 Sonny, How have you been? I hope you are feeling alright. I know things have been tough for you, but try to hold on. I’ve been remembering things lately, like your mother for example. I also remember back then the goverment would treat us like dogs. They would tread on us. I knew how […]

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Robert Johnson

A fearless, cold, impenetrably inhumane character, with a warm heart deep inside, and a tortured psyche. He figured out a way to escaped his ravaged city. This Robert Johnson, a man I speak about. People thought he was going crazy, you know, walking out from his house. He left 2 children behind, little ones, one of […]

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A New Chance

And Johnny was born. Weight: 7 Pounds. Skin: White. Eye Colour: Hazel. A few hours before, Johnny had been struggling inside. Not struggling in the womb, but struggling for a purchase. Johnny was on the marketplace, looking for a seller. He had 73 good deeds, but also quite a few bad ones. Deeds, as we […]

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Review: The Falls by Ian Rankin

I recently finished reading “The Falls” by Ian Rankin. I would consider it to be an interesting crime novel. It includes particularly interesting elements of history into the book, and is very well written. The plot is concise, and I found no immediately-evident holes. There was an excellent use of Scottish history, and quite an […]

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