It stems from two ideas: that New Hampshire is not diverse and that New Hampshire is too small. Both statements are ludicrous.
Category: First Person
Note: Presentation of these texts or “accounts” of “real world” “experience” from the perspective of “individuals” going about “their” “lives” should not be taken to imply an official Ordinary Times position as to the ontological status or scientifically verifiable existence of so-called “ego.”
Evil in a woods: it really was just a random natural process, wasn’t it?
Poaching gives hunting a bad name; this is the stuff we conservationists have to bear in order to make our case.
“We’re going to Iceland. In April. I can get two hotel rooms with my points. You get the car.” So I went to Iceland. You should go to Iceland.
This story is entirely fictional. To our knowledge, Mike Pence has never administered experimental doses of Thorazine to the mentally ill.
One woman complained that Steve Doocy was no longer as funny as he had once been, but not to worry, we have had him in counseling for remedial comedy skills
Like all other Americans, 9/11 had a direct effect on my life starting with what I saw that morning.
The division of responsibilities and job skills that are required for a job will always determine your work life and your pay
I cast a first shadow upon a friendship. Oh, how petty Kid Icarus! Why didn’t I just punch him in the mouth?
My story would crest home, floating through uncertain spaces, until you would see that I am okay now. I did not accomplish everything I dreamed.
I hereby confess to you, dear reader, that when I consider you, I am pitiless. In what manner do you deal out in judgment to me?
In a way, cybersecurity consulting transfers a lot of risk from organizational leaders and places it on an outsourced expert.
The entire genre of “Real America” is predicated upon the rural, urgent, rough, and weird being more real than the polished humans we present
The opioid crisis has brought a dark and dusty sky upon places like West Virginia, and like all darkness it only abates one way. Shining light.
A moral gerrymandering of my personal Ludditism can become disciplined if I filter that jagged line through the lens of the human condition.
Grandma’s house was my happy place as a child, as is the case for many people; grandparent magic is a known phenomenon.