Category Archives: Philosophy

Aww vs. Awe

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That Face You Make…

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A Message from St. Patrick

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The Other Guy

Let’s take a moment to talk about someone. We all know who this person is.  You know it isn’t you. And I know it isn’t me.  So how do we talk about this other person (behind his/her back, naturally) without … Continue reading

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Attention Amateur Videographers

When you go to the movie theater, do you lie down on your side in the front row and watch like that?  Is that what you like, you freaky bastards? If you hold your camera like this… … then your … Continue reading

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Writing Every Damn Day

To write? Or not to write?  That isn’t the question.  The question is how often and about what to write. If I were to begin writing Every. Damn. Day., I’d probably need to create some sort of schedule… you know, … Continue reading

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Hacker’s Law: The Internet Comment Proximity Asshole Effect

Yesterday’s post was—by far—the most read and discussed thing (to my knowledge) that I have ever published.  As of this writing, it has been shared on Facebook well over 300 times and has even generated a little bit of conversation on … Continue reading

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On Eating Bitter

“If you really want to screw someone, pay them a compliment.” ― me Compliments feed the ego and make the compliment-ee feel good.  In turn, they also make the compliment-er feel good about making the compliment-ee feel good.  But what … Continue reading

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Hacker’s Rules for Everything

Slow and steady wins the race. It ain’t a race.

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On Negative Thinking

We are often told that we shouldn’t think “negatively.”  This sounds nice, but what exactly does this mean?  What are negative thoughts, anyway?  And what effect do they have on us? I see negative thought as manifesting in two forms: … Continue reading

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