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Abandoned houses Interest

Why are abandoned houses so interesting? The glimpses to the past? Or is it the mysteries they present? Why were they abandoned? What had they meant to the owners? Anything valuable left behind? What was life like back then? How did the house reflect that? Any secret spots?

Proper deficit amount in pandemic?

How do we know if the deficit is a good amount for a country dealing with a pandemic? Are there any proper comparisons available? Is it something we’ll only ever know in hindsight? Or just something that’ll be discussed and argued for a long time? What have the Opposition parties decided shouldn’t have been done … Read more

Normalizing killers?

Why do we consistently try to show how normal someone was before they went to kill someone? To absolve people of guilt that there nothing to be done to stop it? What if there are signs? Is it to get rid of the belief that someone we know isn’t capable of this? Does it uncover … Read more

Inaccessible

How did distrust in science get so bad? Too unbelievable? Too hard to explain? Or did scientists stop trying? Did it become inaccessible?

What is “Poor?”

What is poor? Can you have a phone or a fridge? In the world today, isn’t a phone almost necessary? Safety reasons since there aren’t many pay phones these days. For jobs or even job interviews. Is it just the landline? Can you have a computer? Internet? So many things online, even job applications, schooling. … Read more

Disability: Relationship Burden

To Whom It May Concern, This is not the first time anyone has asked if having a disability means being a “burden” in a relationship. I believe such questions require or at least deserve honesty, even if uncomfortable at times. Let me begin by saying “yes” a disability can be a burden, in the sense … Read more

Sunrise Painting

A painting I did of a sunrise over water. It’s based on a photo I saw online but added some rocks. I don’t like duplicating photographs. (Why not just use a picture then? I prefer to create what isn’t there.) I painted it because, at the time, my IBS was crazy and I needed something … Read more

And So It Was

Jenny looked at the corpse, its limbs still contorting closer to its torso despite Death’s touch. “I thought you were against this,” she said before glancing up. Death seemed to consider the scene again, but remained silent. Neither apologetic nor happy about the latest turn of events. Jenny hadn’t really expected him to say anything. … Read more