Individual > Sum of the Parts

I think in the grand scheme of things, people are just afraid to find themselves without the help of someone else. That goes beyond religion, or sexual orientation, or what society encourages us to do. The ability for humans to stray from the pack and act as an individual is a proponent of the culture […]

Racism In 2006

I found an old sheet of answers I provided in a race discussion in some kind of classroom assignment from 2006, my freshman year in university. The paper does not list the questions; only the answers, and they don’t exactly indicate what the questions were. I provided pretty general answers overall. The reason I am […]

Releasing Frustration And Feeling Whole Again: How To Fix The World We Live In

Two days ago I wrote a blog post about the United States being in need of a renaissance. As I wrote that post and thought about it more afterward, the best course of action was to add more substance and be more specific. If you recall, I defined myself as a centrist with an apathetic […]

Marijuana May Be One Cure For Social Exclusion

New research suggests that marijuana may provide more than just giggles and a big appetite; it may actually be a positive step towards diminishing social exclusion and curing loneliness. “Marijuana has been used to treat physical pain,” reports a research team led by University of Kentucky psychologist Timothy Deckman, “and the current findings suggest it may […]

REMINDER: New Webcam Series

Hello everyone. Hope you are pulling your way through the winter, wherever you may be. This post is merely a reminder for you all to check out my soon-to-begin webcam series. The series will consist of videos (which will also be uploaded to YouTube) that I will make regarding various societal topics: books, politics (but […]