twisting scriptures

I think this is an important post. The way a religion is exposed to you can also be manipulated; I am happy that Teddy Lee understood this and that he retained what he wanted but subtracted that manipulation but many people cannot do that. We blame religion, laws or secularism or other religions but it may that people are misusing them crafting them into their own picnic basket while putting us through a desert like famine. If you are religious or spiritual or even an atheist (consider this) know that God does understand you and that people who hurt you and abuse you are not gonna be people talking for you and God won’t listen to them. Just like a person you really love and loves you you know, especially if you believe, that God knows you and loves you the best. So don’t let manipulative interpretations judge for you learn and read by yourself because that is your duty towards you.


Miserable Bosses

These sort of closed ended corporate jobs is why I am leaving my current job


Distorting Memories

physical abuse of a child goes a long way

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I am all for disciplining children and teaching them right from wrong so that there’s a certain level of respect but not to the point were the child fears you…

at least for the men i knew growing up i think it went beyond them wanting to correct their child’s behavior, i feel like there are those who enjoy seeing children in fear.. there where talks from both these men how they were “bad asses” and nobody fucked with them when they were younger, how one of them ran his own cell block (in prison) and how they other had a biker gang who wanted him to join because of how bad he was , both of them having similar stories of being “bad ass”… yet both of them seem to get off on having children fearing them…

i wonder if he thought he was a “bad ass” spanking a…

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Marriage Dominators

So many women and men like that that like being domineering. No one liked Stanley from “A Streetcar named Desire” hell even Tennessee Williams said that Stanley gets horrendously ugly and stupid but and Stella also gets ruined but only Blanche Dubois, in her own way, survives this decimation and degradation of character.

In the end a domineering person only kills themselves, not others.

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i have seen so many different aspects to what love holds … it brings light to peoples life but for some love is completely dark… at some point in that quest for love some believe to make that love “official” they do what most consider the greatest accomplishment of their life and get married…

That wedding ring states the person is married, but i have wondered what does that marriage license do? does it make it official? Does it just prove that you are married? Does it Mean That you now legally own your spouse?

There is a respect factor that takes place towards marriages, but isn’t their a respect factor in the marriage? i imagine their is certain things that come to an end when you get married as you let go of being single and transition into being married, i am completely aware their is no perfect relationship…

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Sweet Tooth, by Ian McEwan

Blogging for a Good Book

sweet A Cambridge graduate gets in over her head when she’s recruited by MI5 in Ian McEwan’s witty and metafictional tale of love and espionage in ‘70s Britain, Sweet Tooth .

Serena Frome (“rhymes with plume”), the daughter of an Anglican bishop, lives a quiet, sheltered life with her parents and sister in England.  Beautiful and clever with a talent for math, her parents, particularly her mother, insist that she study the subject at Cambridge.  Serena’s passion, however, is reading, and if left to her own devices she would have happily pursued an English degree at a small local college.  Her undergraduate studies at Cambridge are a disappointment; although she excelled in math as a schoolgirl, she struggles with her math tutorials.  Despite her lackluster academic performance, Serena continues to read voraciously, eventually writing a book column for a classmate’s literary magazine.  She also develops a relationship with a history student…

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Writing, and a small blimp


I haven’t written anything in a long time. I started some longer projects though I have not really writurned to them (not abandoned). I don’t know if I am a good writer. But I have always had a writing affinity. Even in my mind I write things and I imagine things all the time. It is just me in that manner.  Yet I have in some ways lost some things for my writing too — when I say lost I mean also in a good way.

My writing has become a good way to identify who my real friends are.  My writing has been a reason two of my “pretend pals” are no longer around and how one I don’t interact with one much anymore. You see my writing may be a part of me that not everyone will understand or get and I respect that. If you say it is terrible I will respect that too, wholeheartedly. But what I won’t at all respect is when you dis it, are indifferent and/or bored by it without actually trying to understand it and then blatantly insult me about it. You can’t understand it well that is not entirely my fault, why? It just isn’t — if you have the endurance to read Twilight and even Percy Jackson or other YA then know this — you are not being fair to my writing!

Of course it is going to suck like some wasted carcass but you must read it properly to tell me that. I know I am no Ismat Chugtai, Ernest Hemingway, Ngungi Wa’Thiong’o or even a Shaheen Akhter but telling me my words are all prance, hollow and have no meaning clearly shows that you haven’t tried reading it properly and that you didn’t use your brains to think twice before saying that to me. Also, when you first liked my work and don’t like it now it also means that, if it hadn’t changed a lot, that you are unwilling to read them — so, just say so. I won’t cry if you leave reading my work because that is your choice and it was honest. Telling me to cut out important parts of my short story just showed how un-intrinsic you were when reading it, no its not adverbs or grammar but telling to cut out a pivotal conversations and that they are meaningless just shows you do not read it. Because I can crop it but cut it out when it substantiates the entire piece is like telling an anatomist to not consider the heart or the liver or the thyroid when making diagrams as they are not needed.

Also, when I write emotional things younger or older I hate it when people who don’t know me well say I am Emo and that a class or grade 3 or 4 person can write it better. They probably can but they are not me. And I haven’t seen you write when your ass depended on it so don’t pass careless and stupid judgments like that.

I am ready for the most savage of criticisms but by people who read my work and don’t want to change my style just for their aesthetical preference. That’s demeaning and also shows how narrowly read you are and how narrow minded you can be at times. Yes, I am sounding a bit crude now but I am quite fed up with people only sparsely judging me and thinking they have like an A to Z dictionary of me lined up. I try my best not to do that to you. Don’t do it to me.



Bad Advertisements: Geeks and Blow Up Dolls

LOL way to go OkCupid making traditional Geek men seems like your garden variety perverts and social retarded beings :/

Daniel is funny

It’s hard to capitalize on the dating website market. OkCupid, Match, and eHarmony have monopolized disappointment to such an extent that any intrepid, young entrepreneur with the dreams of better helping people find other people to bone has to look into niche areas, like farmers and Christians, to gain success. Another niche group that desperately needs dates are the geeks. From what pop culture has taught us, geeks have never been on dates before, but that hasn’t slowed down their eagerness to put their mouths on things.

People treat “geek dating” like this special category, entirely unrelated to regular, earthling dating. In the dating that you and I both know and feel indifferent about, two people meet, form an emotional and physical connection, and hopefully fall in love with each other. In geek dating, two people make awkward statements until one of them starts speaking in Elven. At that point…

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