Bible Stories #21: The Burial of Moses

Once, when the Israelites were wandering around in the desert, they got thirsty and came to Moses to complain that they didn’t have water. Moses asked God what he should do about it, and God told him that water would come from a rock if he talked to it. So Moses took his staff and…

732: The Unorthodox Sister

Reduca was jealous. It wasn’t fair that her sister always got all of the attention. I mean sure, Medusa had a fancy head of hair with all of those snakes and everything, but she wasn’t the only one with an unorthodox hair-do. In fact, Reduca’s hair was perhaps the most unorthodox off all. It really…

687: Rip Van Winkle Sleeps

In 1819 Rip Van Winkle wrote a short story entitled “Rip Van Winkle” About a man who goes to sleep for 20 years and wakes up to discover that things changed while he was asleep. Although the story has proved quite popular over the last two hundred years, the adaptations of it have proven themselves…

677: Towards A Neo-Dynamic Rationalism

When one carefully examines the fundamentals of neo-dynamicism it becomes impossible to obviate the tertiary examples of rationalism with more rudimentary observations in the realm of foundational epistemology. This infraction of evidence, in regard to the natalistic tendencies which are undeniable among a certain segment of pre and hyper dynastic individuals causes one to question…

Bible Stories #12: Remember Who’s Boss

And if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, thou shalt not build it out of hewn stone: for if thou lift up thy tool upon it thou hast polluted out. Neither shalt thou go up by steps unto mine altar, that thy nakedness be not discovered thereon. Exodus 20:24-26 When the Israelites lived…

654: Half The World’s A Stage

Half the world’s a stage. The thing about stages is that they are pretty flimsy. Most of the time they are made out of nothing more than plywood and 2x4s. With a good chainsaw you can cut the stage completely in half. Which is precisely what I did. I revved up my trusty Husqvarna, and…

653: Common Scents

In January of 1776 Thomasina Pain, a housewife from Pennsylvania, published a treatise that would shake the world to its foundation, and cause individuals all over to question the very foundations upon which society was based. Rather than deal with the outgrowth of societal imbalance, Thomasina chose to go to the very source, and identify…

Bible Stories #10: Too Many Frogs

Once upon a time, A princess kissed a frog and the frog became a handsome prince. The point being that frogs really aren’t that bad. At least, not so bad that it’s impossible for a hoity-toity princcess to screw up her lips and kiss one. But millions upon millions of frogs? Yeah, that’s not great.…

642: The Serenity of A Blank Page

“There is something about the serenity of a blank page that is absolutely breathtaking.” Thought Megan, as she stared down at her empty sheet of paper. Words just weren’t coming to her this evening. “And even if they did,” she mused, “I could never write anything as lovely as this blank she of paper.” It…

638: Candle

My candle burns at one end, the topThat’s the end that candles are generally supposed to burn onIt would last the night, if I wanted it to, or didn’t put it out before thenBut honestly, I’m only staying up til 9:30 anywaySo who cares?The light from the candle is pretty mediocreWhich is Ok, cause lightbulbs…