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By Sai Ryoko
She slit her wrists over the tub. She could feel her body going numb! You drove her to the edge. Now her feet strains against a ledge! Man, go to HELL!
A dissertation on the forces which guide human races and civilizations.
Darwin evolution race genetics eugenics economics history politics Adam_Smith Malthus Machiavelli Plato Aristotle Socrates Austrian_School republic democracy war freedom liberty Orwell revolution totalitarianism...
By Dlcannon Reprise
taken from my book, "The Flies Are Bothering The Pig!"
A LOOK AT RECESSION AND UNEMPLOYMENT
With Andersonâ€™s latest book, Leverage Social Networks to Drive Business Results, executives will learn why leveraging social networks is vital to success, and take away best practices, results from an executive survey, and gain insights into case study examples.
And why should an...
By Anthony J Piccione
This is the story of one man - who once had a vast amount of wealth, a very lovely family, and a perfectly comfortable life - who gradually lost nearly everything in his life that he had cherished deeply during the Great Recession. It is a anonymous account written by of one of his neighbors...
Eve awoke to a room full of sunlight. A fresh morning breeze lifted the muslin curtain then dropped it playfully as it rippled through the material. She had slept well and yet she felt as if she could lie there all day. The past few days had been emotionally draining and trying to replace the...
I wrote this at the beginning of my Sophomore year, I know it's kind of clear what my opinion is, which really wasn't my goal but I have a tendency to make my feelings known so...just tell me what you think!
This is a feeling I had felt when I suffered a partial layoff a few years ago. It wasn't even unemployed. My company just dropped my hours to sometimes 16 hours per week. I was depressed, but it could have been worse. The economy was globally in shambles, and many of my coworkers had been...
Just a little poem about a can of Coca-Cola. I'd be interested to hear what you think of it.
By Skye Writer
This poem is about our future as a human race and earth's preservation. current affairs and natural beauty. You choose.
A truthful opinion about a 13 year british life of the new labour years from a dedicated passionate member.
By Anyaele Sam Chiyson
In this Information, Telecommunication and Globalization Age that is transforming so rapidly into greater Wisdom Age, there is an urgent mandate to live beyond the tradition of working a whole month for a cheque. You can not afford to exempt yourself from the most powerful institution on the...
By Tom Paine
Josh Henson, a former San Francisco newspaper reporter now living in Key Largo and working for an Internet news organization, scatters the ashes of his wife, who died of cancer as a result of her insurance company refusing treatment, over the waters of the Florida Keys.
Ed Bane, the country's...
By Philip Roberts
A song lyric from the early 1990s about the fascist state that Australia now is.