I’m political traitor…and a hippie!

Sometimes it’s more than just L.L.P. It’s also about an E. So, it’s been a mad long time since I’ve posted, and that’s lame. My consistency game is pretty weak. But I had a conversation last night with a friend at work and I thought you guys would want to be part of the discussion!

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Fragmented Scribbles: The Call to Adventure #NaNoWriMo2016

He rejects the good herald’s call and goes to the fortune teller. She is a gypsy. She has a big nose and big eyes that bulge. Middle-aged. A mouth checkered with dark spaces where teeth once where. Her robes are bulky, like she is hiding a dozen things inside of them. She wears a peasant

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Are #NativeAmerican #reservations really sovereign? (First 100 Days in Office, 2036, Bill #3)

Since I was a kid I thought Native-American culture was pretty dang rad. I enjoyed the idea of living off the land, being in touch with Mother Earth, tribal garb, and being skilled at stealth. [Call that stereotyping, but I was a kid. Baby steps.] Boy Scouts helped me appreciate American-Indian culture more, since Scouts,

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Food review #1: DeLong’s Deluxe

 So, for a couple months I’ve been meaning to start a book club with my friend, TWagus, and we’ve had several books we’ve considered starting with, having a weird range that goes from Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle, to Robert Ludlum’s Bourne Identity. Similar, right? Emily’s friend, Sarah, wanted in, and naturally, I had to force Emily into

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#WritersBlock got this story suffering

Four walls peremptorily shouted back the round’s thunderous crack. Gaseous and ruthless power drove the round forward with all the gentleness of an angry god, and simultaneously its respective cartridge case swelled, plugging the breech. Propellant followed suit of the primer and erupted. Mechanically, like Rocky Balboa and John Henry in concert, the firing pin

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Let’s change America, but respectfully, how?

Man. Wow, this broaches so many subjects. First of all, he never specifically says he’s addressing America, but he makes some implications. The main thesis of it is that the American economic and political systems propagate environmental destruction, taking advantage of laborers, and the military-industrial complex. A friend of mine said these all are valid

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