Your opponent’s wrist is from whence the attack is born. It is its past tense from which it cannot separate itself. The end of the blade, where the attack arrives, is its present tense, which also cannot be denied. You’re still watching my eyes, which is a good way of getting yourself killed. How exactly is one supposed to watch two points in space at the same time? Practice.

No big deal just took a selfie with the BC NDP leader, John Horgan. I was at a little rally tonight for the BC NDP. I hope they can win the election in May. 😬

I also shook his hand and talked to him a bit about some issues I’ve had finding employment and how I hoped that the NDP can help generate more secure jobs for young graduates. He was very friendly. I’m incredibly socially anxious but I felt ok enough tonight to chat and shake his hand at least.

And now you know the face behind the blogger. 😮


I have his true friendship, and so he’s going to have mine. And as long as that is true, I cannot imagine what is possible.

Alexander Hamiltons Monologue

Decided to add some music to Alexanders monologue in The World Was Wide Enough. It’s amazing what some music and reverb can do.

Audio: The World Was Wide Enough by Hamilton

Instrumental: The Way by Zack Hemsey

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