Monthly Archives: April 2012


Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time to reform. – Mark Twain.

It is my nature to question everything; however, even as a contrarian, it is not in my nature to be argumentative. Present me with a square, and I may find a cube; you say racist, I say racial. Despite a clear indifference, most any dissentious matter, whether composed of subjective expressions or objective statements, quite often leads to misappropriated defensive rebuttals, and bleating echoes of eerily similar sentiments. Personal reasons, and cited evidence aside, understand that my aim is not to persuade others to share my view of any matter; my approach to writing is to record ideas, actions, and theories, that have not yet been expounded upon. What I will not do is follow blind faith, make unsolicited decisions for whom I am not responsible, or ironically judge anyone for being judgmental; because when I conclude discussions with my best wishes, be assured that my salutations are genuine, and may your ideologies best serve you.


Reasonable Standards No. 1 – 5

  • You’re not the problem, sincerely, it’s me; and we aren’t a solution. This is not a standard, it is a genuine explanation for anyone in search of one.
  • Promote a woman sculpting her body over women concealing their excess; you hear as much if you ask around, then see the settling if you pay attention. #spandex
  • Women who completely draw their eyebrows on scare me; superficial modifications aside, a woman’s true physical beauty is judged by what survives a shower.
  • Walking is a mode of transportation first, then the LOWEST excuse for exercise; or, saying you need to workout is not working out.
  • It’s only fair to question a person’s ability to understand ideas based on their ability to communicate ideas; especially since most devices now come with spell check.