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March 2007


Ohhhhhhh! I get it. . .  SKIM milk, not skin.  It all makes sense now!

American History (1620 – 1999)

1620 – The Pilgrims, seeking to escape Europe as it has become “too Puerto-Ricany”, land on Plymouth Rock 1689 – English philosopher John Locke takes time out from doing British stuff in order to compose Two Treatise on Government. 1775 – My Marine Corps came alive 1776 – Thomas Jefferson plagiarizes John Locke’s political ideas […]

Freedom (continued)

I decided not to finish the two part story about Carver School in San Angelo.  Instead, I thought I would expound on the freedom motif. Freedom is: Being able to disregard other people’s objections when you make outlandish decisions because fuck you, I alone am going to be responsible for the consequences. Recognizing that every […]

George Washington Carver and Freedom

Most people don’t know what freedom is. I can firmly attest to what it is because I’ve experienced what it isn’t. The following is the first in a two part series: You might think this is a post about George Washington Carver the person. It is not. Among my numerous Texas stories from the past, […]

Total and Utter Pwnage by Quote

“The fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic is no more to the point than the fact that a drunken man is happier than a sober one.” – George Bernard Shaw “All religions are the same:  religion is basically guilt, with different holidays.” – Cathy Ladman


I’m reading “Ayn Rand, Questions and Answers” and “The God Delusion” by Richard “Darryl” Dawkins.  I’m also planning on recreating some phenomenal debates I’ve had with my cousins regarding altruism, religion, free speech, and the proper role of government (among other things).  I have a smart family.  My cousin and I were engaging in a […]

Worst Essay Ever

Here is the essay that won me first place in the citywide essay contest my sophomore year in high school.  It’s terrible I must warn you ahead of time: Power:  a Study in Excesses Power is an essential but potentially dangerous facet of society.  At its best, it is a necessary and useful means of […]


Today I went to the corner store and began my day with a meal of fried chicken with a side of fries and fried okra.  Whatchu mothafuckas know about THAT?? (no fair Phelps answering cuz I know he knows plus nobody other than him is able to answer so hahaha!) $


I am unable to access my gmail from this computer I’m on right now.  I will email a couple of you directly pretty soon, like tomorrow or something.  That is all for now.