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Why the Oxford comma is the best

The future is an interesting place to live because while we have magical techno-wizard tablets in that fit the palm of our hand, and contain the sum of human knowledge, we are still puzzled by questions like: “Why does it rain right after I get my car washed?” No matter how ‘progressive’ you think you… Read more »

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Back to the Future- Why we need it

The Back to the Future series has a special place in my heart, and in the hearts of millions of fans around the world. It is a film series that has struck a cord with anyone who has ever set eyes on it. The music, acting, story, and car make this series an amazing mix of awesome… Read more »

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On Writing- Writing Shit

Writing, like any other art, takes loads of practice in order to improve and by practice I mean writing lots and lots of shit. You can be a veteran writer and still churn out crap like a year one typist. You can pound at the keys for hours and forms words into logical sentences, but… Read more »

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The Martian- Some thoughts

Let’s get this out of the way, I love Ridley Scott and most of the films he has made, so it’s a safe bet that I was going to really like The Martian at the very least; but I loved the movie. Now, I know everyone on the Internet is in a giant warm bubble as the film… Read more »

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Dystopian Job Titles

As the world marches toward its Calvinistic end, where Applebee’s is fine dining, new economies will emerge and with these economies new jobs will become available. In this blog post, we will cover just a few of these job titles and what their duties will include. Influencer Description: A person who goes around and influences… Read more »

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Get a Job! Santiago- Old Man and the Sea

Name: Santiago Job: Fisherman Santiago is a fisherman in the strictest sense of the word, he makes his living at it, but for 84 days he hasn’t done this very thing. Looking over the story of the formerly banned book The Old Man and The Sea many a reader would think that this evaluation is… Read more »