Analyzing My Decision-Making

In my opinion, there is something fundamentally wrong with the way I am currently approaching my work. By “my work”, I mean my writing (and probably my comedy as well). I need some changes. The main issue currently is the fact that I’m not working on it as much as I believe that I should. […]

My best friend has analyzed my “magnum opus”, “Torture”, better than I ever could (and more so than I would ever want to myself). It’s fantastic, and I think he has truly described it better than I ever could.

Check out his review here. It’s incredibly accurate to my own intentions while writing, and honestly, he shed a few insights into the piece that I hadn’t thought of myself, except within my subconscious (so obvious spoiler alerts here). And check out an excerpt, as well as a link to it on Amazon (and to my […]

A quick, short message (although not analyzed) of why societal advice doesn’t work (there are other reasons besides this one).

Typical societal advice tells you to listen to what everyone has to say, but also to NOT listen to what EVERYONE has to say. It is this contradictory nature that makes “societal advice” IMPOSSIBLE to actually use, and therefore makes it USELESS. I grant you that there are rebuttals to this, and I will refute […]

It’s amazing what you learn when you use logic to analyze everything.

Government: carrying out the “will of the people”, but attacking liberty. What is the “will” of the people if not their individual liberty? My liberty allows me to carry out my “will.” Your liberty allows you to carry out your “will.” When we both have liberty, we are both carrying out our “wills.” Use logic when analyzing the English language […]

One of my first revelations about the illogicality of the practicalities of the liberal “diversity” and “equality” agenda combined together (not just each one analyzed, but the actual illogicality of their compilation when pushed to logical extremes, as everything must be)

Liberal messages of “diversity” and “equality” often conflict, which is why liberalism is illogical. For instance, when it comes to “diversity”, we hear that different cultures value different things. Fair enough. But then if we are to suggest that some cultures are better at some things than others, somehow, that’s factually incorrect and just bigotry […]

A Bad Review on One of My Stories Helped Me Analyze It for Myself

I just thought of a good analysis of my story “Dark” based on this review. A good interpretation of why I use those words so often is because of how often they are used in society fearfully and judgmentally. So thanks for your negative review, reviewer. You helped me analyze my own piece of work […]

Review of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby”

My decision to re-read books of my past, and review them, continues with “The Great Gatsby”. “The Great Gatbsy” is one of those books that seems to be an assigned reading multiple times throughout one’s “formal” education. The first time I recall being assigned to read this was in 11th grade. And the second time […]


Inspiration often comes from the weirdest places. Tonight was a night like a lot of other nights. I was surfing the web when I heard a clap of thunder. Considering how much money I spent on my PC, I saved what I was watching (h3 interviewing Jordan Peterson) to come back to later, shut down […]

The Apparent Conflict Between “Practicality” and “Art”

I’m not sure if my best friend, Devin Stevens, wishes me to make this public or not. But I think I will, anyway. My best friend, Devin Stevens, has a habit of walking back and forth, talking to himself. It is interesting, and some might even say peculiar. I really only paid attention to it […]