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…

646: Fire Away

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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…

640: The Way Out

Thank you for your insight, it has been most helpful. Now if you will just follow me. What’s that? Yes, this is the normal way out, nothing to be suspicious of here. You didn’t see these large rock walls on your way in? Strange. Well, people don’t always take notice of their surroundings when they’re…

632: Only A Dime

It would only cost a dime. That’s what Rebecca thought as she gazed at the candy on the other side of the glass case. And she had good reason for thinking that. After all, the price tag on the candy said it very clearly: 10 cents. She held the dime between her grubby little fingers,…

626: 85% Honest

I want you to be 85% honest with me. Not totally honest, mind you, and not entirely dishonest. I what you to be just dishonest enough that I can’t trust what you’re saying, but honest enough that you might be telling me something factual. I really think that our only path forward is if we…

623: Pine Trees Aren’t Real

My Dear Sir, I am writing to inform you of a mistake you made in one of your recent correspondences. A mistake which, though it may be corrected, serves as a serious infraction on the sensibility of millions around the planet. We hope that you will rectify this serious oversight. In one of your recent…

617: Adventures of A Purpugnugian Spy; Part V

On the fifth day Alfonso visited Portland Oregon, and talked to a college student their who was enamored by the ways of communism. At first Alfonso assumed that she was merely taken in by Che Guevara’s epic hair, but as he talked with the young woman more it became clear the she actually was a…