Monthly Archives: August 2011

sudden BMT

Up until the morning of August 3rd when I was to go for my Basic Military Training (BMT), I was pretty sure that I was going to be able to skip it, because of complications surrounding a dental appointment that … Continue reading

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The Problem With Practical Logic

Some people consider themselves logical because they’re systematic, but they tend to begin from faulty premises and indulge in fallacies. Most of our grievances with “logical” people tend to be caused by errors in perception more so than errors in … Continue reading

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me past self, on the past, oct 08

From time to time I like to think about the past. How it tells a story, and how it becomes a part of who we are. And perhaps more important than what happened is perspective; how we look at it … Continue reading

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I am nothing, by Paul Buchheit

“On a scale of one to ten, how good of a cog are you? How well do you function in your assigned role? How much of a man or woman are you? How do you rate yourself as a son … Continue reading

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