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“Counting the Horrors” by Richard F. Yates

…what the G.O.P. is doing—they are crafting law based on THEIR religion and actively excluding other beliefs. This is the exact behavior that the Founding Fathers foresaw and attempted to prevent. —Richard F. Yates (Primitive Thoughtician and Supreme Bunny Lord … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 112: The Declaration of Independence & The Constitution of the United States”

Pauline Maier and various old, dead dudes – The Declaration of Independence & The Constitution of the United States (1998/2008) Here’s a weird one. I’m reading a book with no vampires in it. No robots, no superheroes, no magicians, no … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 111: England’s Dreaming: Anarchy, Sex Pistols, Punk Rock, and Beyond”

Back in high school, I was a “new waver,” but most of my friends were “punks.” I had spiky, colored hair, wore thrift shop army jackets, and rode a skateboard (although never very well.) I LOOKED like most of my … Continue reading

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“Loaves and Fishes” by Richard F. Yates

I’ve seen a lot of news lately about Democratic-Socialists, and I’ve seen conservative pundits and television personalities who seem to be terrified by the “trap” of socialism. At first, I was pretty shocked that people would be unhappy about the … Continue reading

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“William (Gets Processed)” by Richard F. Yates

He began life as a simple, oil pastel on found cardboard drawing… But then, in the digitization process, William started to go wrong! (This happens with some monsters…) The pixels revolted, and refused to cooperate! William, the purple, pointy eared … Continue reading

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“Chaotic Neutral” by Richard F. Yates

One of the important things to accomplish in life is to figure out who you are, although, thanks to the various books I’ve read on cognition and the formation of personality, I don’t believe that individuals have STATIC personalities anymore. … Continue reading

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“Storybooks” by Richard F. Yates

I don’t believe that the stories I read have to be historical fact in order for them to have useful and meaningful messages in them that can help me decide how to live. Nor do I believe that I have … Continue reading

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