Tip of my nose


While a panther stalks my sleeping corpse I dream dreams of defeat. Dinosaurs taunt me. They snap at my face letting streams of saliva splash into my mouth. I think about how this could be my last night and how I’m just a bleep on the radar. I think about how I should be writing more and sleeping less. Then I wake up and it’s beautiful outside and I have no interest in being a part of it. Turning my feelings off is a craving but the loss of meaning would isn’t worth being feelingless. Just focus on one thing. One person. Obligation over desire. Except what’s my obligation? Maybe it’s writing maybe I’ll find out in ten years from now. Maybe I’ll be questioning whether I did anything the right way my whole life. I think they call this anxiety or maybe it’s depression. Maybe its Narcissism but I hate…

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The Shill and the Purblind

RJ Plant

It’s a little exposition-dense. A kink I’ll work out over the drafts to come. For now, since it’s been so long and I know you need something to live on—talking to you Dave—enjoy this bit of fiction from The Shill and the Purblind.

My mother was a slave, Idun Verdandi recited. My mother tried to hide me. She cared. She cared. She cared. My mother tried to steal me. She cared. She cared. She tried. She died. She died because she cared. She cared. She cared. My father did not care. He died just the same. She tried. She tried. They died.No one deprives the hēahcyning of his property. The high king is all. He is all. He is death. He is soon dead.

Idun knew one truth: In the cold of Ísigstān, the only way to truly keep warm was through hate. Having been born a…

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Beltane Past and Present

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What Do We Celebrate???

By Celtic reckoning, the actual Beltane celebration begins on sundown of the preceding day, April 30, because the Celts always figured their days from sundown to sundown. And sundown was the proper time for Druids to kindle the great Belfires on the tops of the nearest beacon hill (such as Tara Hill, Co. Meath, in Ireland). These “need-fires” had healing properties.
Frequently, cattle would be driven between two such bonfires (oak wood was the favorite fuel for them) and, on the morrow, they would be taken to their summer pastures.


How did we Celebrate??
May is named for Maia, grandmother, the Goddess of death and fertility. Maia scorns marriage, so it is a good idea to put weddings off until June. Although less stern goddesses now oversee May festivities, wreaths and baskets of Hawthorn are still used in some May festivals in Maia’s honor.
The May…

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Flying Cars and Alphabets

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Flying Cars and Alphabets

I had seen in my dreams many times that flying cars would actually become a reality. Now that both Uber and Google have announced test markets, my dreams likely seem trivial to some.
Uber will be testing here in Dallas, and Google in Phoenix. I suspect that these choices are anything but random. Both cities reach some of the highest temperatures during summer weather of any municipalities in the United States. This is important because, effectively, the people using the services in these cities will be “beta testing,” and I am certain the providers will want to iron out any bugs associated with problems with “lift.” As air temperature increases, and as altittude increases, each independently (and moreso together) cause “lift” to decrease. This increases the likelihood of accidents due to failures related to lift.

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I am Looking for Bloggers and Editors

Michele Elizabeth

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Hey All

I am just so excited, I have launched my Online Personal and Spiritual Development/Processing Course. Start Date Mary 4th 2017 for 8 weeks and I am looking for Bloggers and Editors to help me.

I have been teaching this in a 1:1 setting and small groups for a few years but decided it is time to go into the online market as I can reach more people and live anywhere in the world.

The online environment is a little strange to me and I need some help getting my course out there.

Now my course is truly awesome and it transforms the lives of everyone who takes it without fail. Of course with most things you get out of it what you put in.

Don’t just believe me go and check out some of the testimonials on my website http://www.micheleelizabeth.co.uk Within weeks clients who have suffered anxiety every…

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Victor is for venomous spiders stealing productivity

Breaking Stigmas

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Productivity and enthusiasm are bound to be hampered when you try to work efficiently. Maybe you feel like you are overwhelmed, feeling like you are getting nothing accomplished. It could be worse, spiders could kill your productivity. More specifically, in my case, a single brown recluse spider.

Somewhere in the last month, a brown recluse spider made the inside of my computer her home. She laid her eggs inside of the computer, and no I didn’t catch her to ask her why she decided this idea was a smart one. Figuratively speaking, watching my computer give birth to spiders was a frightening experience. All productivity went off the rails.

After ridding my computer of these not so welcomed housemates (which involved the exterminator), I tried to reboot the computer. This was simply not meant to happen. My computer was dead. One of the spiders little darlings fried the motherboard. I…

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