This section contains my assorted socio-philosophical ramblings which explain
the world. Newest items are at the top. Be sure to check out the periodically updated shorter items of random thought in my Mini-Musings section
Missing the Point: An essay touching upon 2 topics that I think are doomed to be contentious until people start arguing the real issue: abortion and gay marriage (12/29/2008)
My controversial thoughts on the good and the bad regarding the human
thought process of discrimination are outlined in Discrimination:
Often a Rational Thought Process (1/15/02). A related article detailing some
points made in the main essay from 9/22/01
NYT. Another article nicely detailing some of my points from the Wall
Formulated over several years, written during an eight-hour slow period at PMI in September 1998, The Universal Urgency Phenomenon will be sure to enlighten you to the inner workings of the human psyche. This essay is significant in that it marks the point when I finally realized that my work was a complete waste and decided to make better use of my time. One of the first features on my website after it's creation.
Here's a little short fiction piece I wrote in 1993 about the
track, inspired by high school senior year race track excursions.
A true story about my experience at my first job, Togo's.
Written for AP English, it's cheesy, but I was only 18 so cut me some
Stay tuned for more insight into our world as I am inspired to
disseminate them to the masses. My new writings are strongly
correlated to slow periods at work when I have time to
contemplate things, which occurs quite frequently. If you have
any topics to request, let me know.