Monthly Archives: May 2010

“What are your thoughts on virginity?”

I saw the tall question – LOL! Since you’re so ahem – tall, what are your thoughts on virginity? That’s a big question that deserves a serious response, so here we go. I don’t think virginity in itself is a … Continue reading

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“What’s so good about local music?”

what’s so good about local music? its so difficult to find a worthy band to listen to (that wont break up within 6 months). This is a really good question- I answered every other question on my Formspring.me before doing … Continue reading

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dealing with that familiar empty feeling

 “It’s lackadaisical days like today that make me realise how empty my life is. Something is missing; Ambition? Direction? I can’t pinpoint what it is. The same frightened feeling used to collect in my chest whenever I could hear my … Continue reading

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Unrequited Love

When I was a wee lad of 17, I had a huge crush on this girl who sang in a band. I barely knew her, but I thought she was totally awesome. My pathetic attempts at some semblance of courtship … Continue reading

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The Politics of Singapore’s Mandatory Death Penality

On Singapore’s mandatory death penalty: “The Yong Vui Kong case set a precedence that the mandatory death penalty cannot be challenged. You cannot even draw a line on the severity of individual cases to which the death penalty should be … Continue reading

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Inspiration: A Mother’s Love

Sunday, April 30, 2000 By SHARON UNDERWOOD For the Valley News (White River Junction, VT) Many letters have been sent to the Valley News concerning the homosexual menace in Vermont. I am the mother of a gay son and I’ve … Continue reading

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TPJC’s 2009 Valedictorian’s speech

I haven’t asked Maddy’s permission to post this, though I’m sure she wouldn’t be too surprised or bothered. To the TPJC staff reading this, I really need to know- what is so wrong with speaking the truth, when it is not … Continue reading

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