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TOTD – Time is Relative?!

TOTD – Time is Relative?!

by Senator Brett

I saw an ad on Facebook that said, “Become a drug counselor in 17 months.” And, I thought, “Screw that! That sounds like a REALLY long time! I’ll just become a drug addict! That takes, like five days! And, there’s, like ZERO classes! And, from what I can tell… Continue reading

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They’re Not REAL Muslims?! WTF?!

For the past several months I have sequestered myself from most social media. For some reason I’ve found myself boarding the train of thought that vast amounts of social media is mostly mindless and mostly pointless… unless you are trying to create a business or be the next Beatles. However, in light of the events in Paris yesterday I do have some thoughts that I’d like to share. And, as with all things of opinion and commentary, these words are to be taken with a grain of salt… or maybe some whiskey.

“They’re not REAL Muslims. WTF?!”

by Senator Brett

Last night I found myself almost angry. The senseless and brutal murders of cartoonists and satirists in Paris not only bothered me, but it left me with a feeling of “it’s only gonna get worse.” How is it that we live in a world where Continue reading


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Possibly Offensive, But Sadly True, TOTD

Well, let’s ruffle some feathers… 🙂

Possibly Offensive, But Sadly True, TOTD

by Senator Brett

This whole Eric Garner grand jury decision has really polarized our social collective. And, while I normally tend to observe and point out the negative side of things I think it’s kinda sad that no one Continue reading


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Galileo vs. “God Did It!” (Excerpt From FTOF)

Galileo vs. “God Did It!”

by Senator Brett

I’m about to say a word that might offend a lot who stand on the “religious right” side of most social and political issues.

Science.

Yeah, you heard me correctly… Continue reading


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Old Man McCarron (Excerpt from “The Ongoing Lives of Andre”)

Old Man McCarron hung his raincoat on the coat rack directly behind his front door and carefully leaned the umbrella into its usual place behind it as he entered his gray, one-story duplex half in the historic part of town. Almost by instinct he glanced over towards the small desk that had found a home in the corner immediately to his right to check and see if his answering machine had been doing its job while he’d been out. The frightfully small desk was Continue reading


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Conflicted Pastor – My Obsession (Part I)

My Obsession: Part I

by Conflicted Pastor

I have long been obsessed with hearing the voice of God. Or, at least, hearing someone tell me what the voice of God said to them, preferably about me. Through all of the ups and downs of my Christian life I have always Continue reading


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Excerpt From “Sunburnt in December” (The Colour of Grey)

Disclaimer: THIS IS NOT PART OF THE CHILDREN’S BOOK! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! This is an entirely different project and written from a much different voice. So… you’ve been warned. 🙂

“Sunburnt in December”

Chapter: The Colour of Grey

by Senator Brett

Of all days for it to happen, it happened to be on a Friday.

The blazing inferno that is otherwise known as the Texas sun hung heavily against the late afternoon sky, its burning orange casting Continue reading