Some brief thoughts about justice, as well as why I, as some critics will no doubt state, “raise hell about every little thing” and “don’t care about big issues”.

I’m very justice oriented, and I’m more forgiving of heinous crimes, where it is more difficult for me to understand what would drive someone to do some things, whereas I’m more strict on trivial manners, because I know I have the power to keep them from happening (whereas with the previous case, I’m not sure). It’s […]

The perception of me as an immature kid who could potentially be violent (or who no doubt WILL be).

My thoughts on it. (If you’re wondering why I linked to this, my fears about being a sexist or violent stemmed from multiple areas: religion, which screamed at you that murdering was a sin (thereby almost ensuring that a kid is going to be afraid of murdering people: even if he never has had that genuine thought), and my ideas […]

The doubters’ greatest weapon (attacking for self-defense against the non-physical (mental, emotional)).

Engineering doubt is the greatest weapon of the one who doubts. Liberalism. Education. Intelligence. Libertarianism and Capitalism. Stefan Molyneux – Self-Defense Against Idiots! Things that I have for sale on Kindle. Where you can financially support me if you so desire.

Doubts, and other thoughts.

I wish that I could stop doubting myself. Every time someone says that I should change what I want to do instead of doing what I want to do, I always believe them and try to throw everything away about me but it makes me unhappy and what I want to do starts to drip […]

Personal Examination of Experimental Repetition

I once had a blog. I guess it was near 10 year ago, now. Would’ve made me 15, 16 years old. Yikes. Glad it’s not still around (although a part of me wishes I could still see what I wrote, and only me). But I’ve always been a scatterbrained little boy, for a multitude of reasons. […]

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 […]

Follow the Leader

Oh, Cody. Why do you write anything? Why do you do this to yourself? The brain thinks. It plays your shortcomings on a loop. Your head is a fucking mess. The filing cabinet is the skull: everything is just strewn about in absolute disorganization. Why not just keep it in your head? Why ever withdraw […]

Review of “Gerald’s Game” by Stephen King

At first, it might seem odd why a young man, with a critical penchant, would decide to subject himself to a story in which, no doubt, the subject matter would be ripe for critique. Why does a man subject himself to something he hates, only to complain about it? It must be that he actually enjoys the […]

Murray Rothbard on Compulsive Morality

“Suppose for a moment, that we define a virtuous act as bowing in the direction of Mecca every day at sunset. We attempt to persuade everyone to perform this act. But suppose that instead of relying on voluntary conviction we employ a vast number of police to break into everyone’s home and see to it […]

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 […]