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New Words for the Week #2!
I’ve got a “Battle Plan” post coming up (concerning the writing of my book), but considering my procrastinational proclivities are pushing that post’s importance into “tomorrow” (Which, honestly, could be any time in the upcoming week.), I figured I’d at … Continue reading
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New words for the week!
As I’ve increased my online reading (a decent measure of my offline boredom) about tenfold over the past few months, I’ve happened upon writers with vocabularies just as extensive as mine… much to my utter bewilderment. There have even been … Continue reading
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Everything is Useless
Do you ever feel that everything is useless? Well, as a tested genius, let me tell you… you’re pretty much right. Think about the best toy you ever got as a kid. Now picture five years later. It doesn’t matter … Continue reading
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