“Mistakes” and “being right” joke.

Mistakes are my worst enemy, and what I hate the most; I believe, due to my love for understanding, although others will say its because I always want to be right. I don’t think they’re right about that, though… Advertisements

One of God’s mistakes (that He promptly solved).

When God created politicians, He realized He made a mistake, and then He quickly FIXED His mistake by creating Hell. Politics. More politics. Economics. Voluntarism and Capitalism.

Thomas Sowell may be right about statistical representation, but if I’m smart, I’ve stumbled across something on an even more basic level. (Hopefully, I’m not just repeating what he said. I’m saying that there simply aren’t enough people of varying races for every race to be equally represented among every field; if I’m not mistaken, he was saying more about individual desires and what these people wanted, what their cultures taught, etc. etc.)

It seems odd to me how people think that if the majority of people in this country are white that somehow, there would be an equal distribution of the races within every single given industry. Not even because of what Thomas Sowell states, that different cultures value different things, and thus, their skillsets are varied, […]

Rules, Mistakes in Sports, “Fairness”, Talent Disparities, Winners and Losers, Competition

Why are rules important? Because if you don’t have any rules, then you don’t have anything. A player may accidentally step out of bounds on an apparent touchdown run. Someone might say “Well, it was an accident. Just give him a touchdown.” You may feel sorry for a team if that would have been the […]

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. […]

How to find a good title for everything that amounts to a “life’s work”?

I think I’ve finally figured out a good way to describe what exactly it is that I’m looking for out of life. It comes down to one word: “profundity”. I want to be moved. I want nature and life to make me cry. I want to be able to cry in front of someone while […]

On Mental Independence

To be human is to be individual. Although all humans share a common humanity (that’s why they’re called “humans“), and this fact is used to consider individual human beings as part of a collective, the truth of the matter is that each human is an individual at the core of his or her being. To […]

Saturation vs. Stimulation (In Movies, Particularly)

When I ignore what I’m told, and “nerd out”, I’m much happier, and my work is better. I hope I can retain this confidence to “choose my words carefully”, and be “overly descriptive”, because it actually makes me happy. With that being said, here’s the topic that I wish to discuss using said hope. I […]


Anything that is written, as this is, must come from some perspective. Something that is created must go somewhere. Must have some meaning. There has to be a reason for why the creator created it. It must come from the vision of the creator. The creator wants people to see his end result. He has […]

Gray hair from a civil/revolutionary war probability. (Gray from tyranny = granny?)

If one doesn’t find enjoyment or pleasure out of trying to eliminate injustices or right wrongs, one should find something else to do that he or she enjoys. There’s a reason why people who stay at home to watch football on Sundays are happier than those that go to church. And why does happiness matter? […]