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By Wily Geist
A collection of short essays and sketches.
By: Kilgore Trosky Trout.
The turning points in life occur when you sometimes think things can't get much worse, but they do. I guess you just make the best of what you can and try to go forward. Laugh at what you can and cry when...
Essay | Updated Aug 30, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Wily Geist
While working second shift, I encounter a incredibly smart rodent who taught me a lot about theories of Buddhism.
Based on Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal, this essay mirrors the same stylistic writing and argumentative approach.
Essay | Updated Aug 20, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Charles Gannon
This poem talks about the education system and that not all the issues that take place are the kids fault.
Poetry | Updated Aug 5, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Nico Casale
This is chapter five of the novel The Crusade of Stone and Stars, book one in the Tales of Erets series. Some parts may be hard to understand out of context, but if you like this blip of the story then the full book is available via amazon.com. If you're someone who does video reviews on youtube...
By John Curzon
Rejoice! The incompetent political class has been replaced by a Consensus government with commonsense policies who are rebuilding the shattered Federation formerly known as the UK. We may not be as wealthy as we once were but we're getting by, and from here the only way is up...
A poem spoken from the point of view of one who seeks to control and suppress.
By Vicki Ecker
I was once a flaming liberal. Then I started paying closer attention to the strange world of American politics, and listening to other viewpoints with an open mind. Part One of this essay or opinion piece explains why I now call myself a staunch Independent with a conservative bent. Of course,...
By Jim Greenfield
Used car dealer Sam Samson never backs down from a fight, whether it's against an irate customer like Pete Not-So-Happy, an American Indian who's as big as Hulk Hogan, or against the IRS, which is even bigger than Hulk Hogan. When IRS Special Agent Elliott Mess, who looks like Robert Stack as...
This essay examines how our government ignores reality when dealing with economic issues and how that place an unfair burden on the younger generations.
Natural genetic evolution is on the rise, and dividing society by blood status and purity. Katie Pierce and Adair Rose come from conflicting worlds, political ideals and social prejudice.
Katie is a Divitiae â€“ a person with desirable blood â€“ and the oldest of her kind....
In the future, a corrupt, omnipotent government controls the milky way. a forever-expanding group of friends try to escape the diseased earth, dodging government traps, law-enforcing androids and the difficulties of being a teenager. relationships form within the group, and friendships that will...
By Lubos Borik
Is evil in us? Coded in DNA? Imagine you could uncover exactly what lurks within your DNA, revealing the code that shapes your mind and body and using that knowledge to change yourself. Now imagine someone else making those changes instead. In Human Source Code, the hypothetical becomes reality...
By Philip Roberts
In this day an age when politicians believe it is their right to lie to us "for our own good (!)", it is important to believe nothing you are told by authorities, without substantiating it elsewhere. Question everything!