in praise of dead gods

Gendrya wedding

Arya: I guess I kinda of hate most things…But I never really seem to hate you so I want to spend the rest of my life with you…Is that cool.

Gendry: Yes..Is it my turn

Davos,Jon,Brienne, Sansa,The Hound, Bran, Hotpie,Davos,Ned Robb’s and Cat’s ghosts: Yes

Gendry: Arya your the most awsome person I have ever known in my entire life I vow to protect you from danger I don’t care if i have to fight an ultimate fighter.

-The hound-smirks-

Gendry: Or a bear

-Tormund laughs-

Gendry: Or her

points at Brienne

Gendry: Or your brother Jon..I would take them down

Arya: -rolls eyes- Gendry come on

Gendry: I’m getting mad right now even thinking about it.. i’m telling you

Arya: It’s ok

Gendry: I want to spend the rest of my life every minute with you and i’m the luckiest man in Westeros

Davos: and now the rings… oh their not exchanging rings… what then

Jon: Their exchanging weapons

Davos: ok weapons then

-Sansa walks to both of them and gives them a sword and a hammer-

Davos: By the power invested in me by Winterfell and all those other places I now pronounce you warrior husband and assassin wife

-Arya and Gendry high five each other-

-Jon, the hound, brienne and sansa are all crying and clapping-

Bran -talking to his ravens-: Go fly away praise the many gods -one raven is dead- ok so that one is dead we know that.

Current State of Vox Machina Part 5 The Final Part?

Everybody’s dying boogaloo redux the fourth fifth

Vex: Dead Alive(Praise Pike’s glorious golden God) note: saved Grog

Vax:  Disintegrated Saved By Scanlan Pulling a Counterspell out of his ass Disintegrated (For real this time) Addendum: Shopvacc’d into a vial - most of his gear has been retrived + ashes.

Grog: Banished to Shadowfell, (10 rounds?) Saved from certain death, just in time for Planeshift

Scanlan: Still Alive The Fucking Man

Keyleth: Very Upset and Planeshifting TO THE FEYWILD!

Percy: No Mercy

Pike: Smol but Angry and ALIVE


Vecna: Confused as fuck


You own the skies and still You want my heart
Casting Your throne aside to lift me up
So here I am
Your love has got me up in arms again
And this hope won’t let me go

Updated index of all stories, series, and poems (September 16, 2016)

Transfigurations: A small, self-published collection of my favorite short stories from 2015.

Individual Stories


A Life Worth Living: Big changes lead to bigger results.
An Artist’s Canvas: The beauty of symmetry.
Allison’s Loss: My daughter is devastated by the death of her friend.
All Thumbs: My embarrassing habit.
A Very Bad Place to Hide: Maybe even the worst.
Amy’s Wish: Blow away the eyelash and make a wish!
An Unlucky Samaritan: Think twice before stopping to help.
Assisted Suicide: He begged me to help him die.
Attempts to Repair the Irreparable: How do you move on?
Bad Sex: Has this ever happened to you and your partner?
Bluebirds: Possibly the most reprehensible thing I’ve ever written.
Bluefin: Use caution when poaching an endangered species.
Body Hair Removal: I learned a valuable lesson.
Butt Stuff: The activity - not the other thing.
Charles Robert Olevsky: Ever Google yourself?
Coping Mechanisms: Life after losing a husband and a daughter.
Cracks in the Foundation: A relationship on the edge.
Dial Tone: What’s going on with my phone?
Dilation and Evacuation: A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Double Dare: The long-lost episode never seen in the US.
Elective Surgery: I just want him to be happy. This website is seriously weird.
Family Tree: A unique family tradition is revealed.
Farm to Table: Fucking hipsters.
For Lena and Clair: Trapped after an earthquake.
He Went Ahead: My friends and I were into urban exploration.
House Sounds: What do we keep hearing?
I Dream of Names and Cancer: My eternal nightmare.
If Anyone Asks: An old farmer notices something about his scarecrow.
I’ll Never Wear a Condom Again: No way, no how.
In Praise of Our God: A helpful neighbor.
Jim Jameson’s Pumpkins: A dead farmer’s secrets.
Little Cows: Meet the milkmaid.
Making Their Dad Proud: A family that plays together…
Malique, part 1: An older couple adopts a troubled boy.
Medical Issue: What’s the stuff I found on a rock?
My Brother’s Fall: Horror deep below the Iraqi desert.
My Sister Found the Coolest Thing!: You’ve gotta hear about it.
My Trouble With Fairies: They’re so mischievous and unpredictable!
Nests: Ah, the great outdoors.
Otter: I’ve always wanted to be one.
Phone Sex: It all started when I realized my iPhone was self-lubricating.
Pool Cover: I almost drowned when I was 13.
Pray Away: Conversion therapy for deviant behavior.
Prosopagnosia: After an accident, my husband couldn’t recognize us.
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice: What can be better?
Quarry: Trying to beat the heat on a summer day.
Rats in the Barn: An exterminator’s apprentice.
Recycling: Parents try to understand their depressed daughter.
Regarding Danny and Micah Stevenson: Two brothers rely on one another.
Roo: An old man watches a girl grow up.
Ropes: Be careful what you eat.
Safety: Our grandfather was obsessed with it.
Seed of Man, Pollen of Angels: A family tradition.
Skincare Diary: My acne was getting out of hand.
Soft Teeth: A man used to sneak into my room at night.
Still a Family: Two sisters have lunch while waiting for their parents.
Stop Being Such Babies: The woods aren’t scary, for fuck’s sake.
The Bleakness Before Our Old Eyes: The Universe tasted us that night.
The Blissful Insensate: An experiment goes terribly wrong.
The Cotard Delusion: A new drug has a frightening side-effect.
The Day I Started Believing In Ghosts: I’m still in shock.
The Face in the Clouds: A meteorological anomaly? Or something else?
The Floor is Lava: We all used to play that game, right?
The Least Satisfying Explanation: And the biggest understatement I’ve made.
The Little Ghost: That nagging voice inside your head.
The Lord of Hosts: Lice
The Old Mine Outside Town: Everyone was too scared to go in. I wasn’t.
The Only Thing That Matters: Zombies attack a supermarket.
The Tomb of the Builders: Divers looking for treasure find something evil.
The Wisdom of Moms: Mother knows best.
To Adore: Our beautiful baby girl.
To the Kind Folks at WebMD: Just a couple questions.
Tunnel Rat: My grandfather told us the worst story I’ve ever heard. Seriously.
Uncle Liam: I never told the real story about how he died.
Walnuts: A true story from a few years ago.
What’s Wrong With My Sister?: Anyone know?
Whistleblower: I can’t keep this secret anymore.
Why I Don’t Hike Anymore: Not what you might think.


A Curious Dog: My dog won’t stop pawing at a wall in the basement.
Alternative Medicine: A wife treats her husband with an old remedy.
Bitumen: A man who loves dinosaurs.
Body Cast: The worst thing that can happen when you’re immobilized.
Centipedes: The other worst thing.
Christmas Morning With Danny and His New Puppy: Danny gets a puppy.
Comfort Food: Anything to help fill that void.
Diary of a Woman in New Hampshire: Found a diary. Wtf.
Division: Nothing is right.
Dumbwaiter: A family learns something about their house.
Fertility Treatments: Some people are desperate to have a baby.
Fluids, part 1: Monique: Just gross.
Great Potential: A lady who loves children.
Instantiations: An AI gets powerful and utilitarianism rears its head.
Licks From a Bear: Skull + electric drill = story.
Malcolm: You know those floaty things in your eyes?
My Constellation: Want to be sad? This will make you sad.
My Sweet Boy: A mom who loves her son.
My Wife, the Artist: A couple who loves Halloween.
Network Security: Two friends get a glimpse of a Russian science lab.
Ouroboros: Why cut when you can cut off?
Pretty Little Bugs: A new job as a cameraman.
Round Faces: My daughter keeps complaining about monsters.
Snapshot of a New Man: Evil (Inspiration for The Coronation Cycles series.)
Teeny-Tiny: Katie wants to lose weight.
The Chernobyl Abomination: My father saw something he shouldn’t have.
The Gray in Girl: A man finds a girl on the side of the road.
Under My Teeth: My mouth is screaming.
Uplift: A brilliant scientist works to improve the human condition.
What He Told Me: Evil (Inspiration for The Coronation Cycles series.)
Wiggle: Claustrophobia, maybe?
Windows to the Soul: A child burns.

Story Series

Tales from Social Media (in progress)

Something horrible is happening to me on Tumblr
Something horrible is happening to me on Facebook
Something horrible is happening to me on Reddit
Something horrible is happening to me on Grindr
Something horrible is happening to me on Google+
Something horrible is happening to me on Myspace
Something horrible is happening to me on Pokemon Go

Runners (in progress)

Prelude, 2/2

Slough: part 1
Slough: part 2

Before, 6/6

Far Too Little Progress
Far Too Little Air
Far Too Little Pleasure
Far Too Little Autonomy
Far Too Little Courage
Far Too Little Sanity

Interlude, 1/1

3D Printing

During, 6/6

Far Too Much Blood
Far Too Many Flies
Far Too Many Mushrooms
Far Too Much Distortion
Far Too Many Steps
Far Too Much Sex

After, 4/6

Just Enough Illumination
Barely Enough Contraception
Not Enough Interrogation
Never Enough Bones

Related Evidence, 1/

The Exquisite Pleasure of Physical Degeneration

The Abyssal Plain (in progress)
In our quest to drill for more and more oil, we finally went too deep.

Part 1

Tiny Wet Footprints (in progress)

Part 1     Part 2

Fairfield County (on hold)

Part 1: Lake Mohegan and the Cascades

What I’ve Seen (in progress)
I was diagnosed with childhood schizophrenia after experiencing a series of traumatic events. I was told they never really happened. But I know they did.

Part 1     Part 2     Part 3     Part 4    
Part 5     Part 6     Part 7     Part 8
Part 9

The Coronation Cycles (in progress)
Hers were strategies of disintegration.

Cycle One: The Purpose of Joy
Cycle Two: The First Steps Toward Ascension
Cycle Three: The Christmas Party
Cycle Four: Dashcam Audio Evidence, 01022016
Cycle Five: The Wet Nurse
Cycle Six: The Drooling Womb of the Sky

Sockets (on hold)
Craigslist allows one to meeting interesting people.

Part 1     Part 2     Part 3


A Wandering Stream
Extinguish the Stars

Unsettling Stories is on Facebook.

Nasa Response

So I saw a Facebook post about people saying the end is 9/23/2017 just today sitting on my couch titled “NASA responds to claims that the world is going to end tomorrow” Reading through the article I got a deep feeling and thought to myself not even the smartest Human can know when JESUS will return, NO ONE DOES. We need to follow Jesus Christ and live for him and know that he died on the cross for us. Don’t get all worried about what the news says. Its kinda funny when things start happening in the world etc people start saying JESUS is coming back just like 2000. If JESUS does come back I’m ready it will be the most amazing thing ever. Especially with all the sick children which would be free of sickness the ill will be healed. We will serve the lord until the end we will preach his name we will show people even strangers that GOD IS GOOD. Ive even seen people say that if JESUS was here with us etc than why would all this happen with killing/dyeing/sickness and evil in the world? in John 16:33New International Version (NIV)33 “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” 

With everything thats happened in this world if you give it to Jesus and you trust in him there is NOTHING I SAY NOTHING YOU NEED TO WORRY ABOUT. After this life there is so much more in the name of JESUS OUR LORD Praise GOD. Love you all. 



Hail to our Supreme Leaders and to the Ancient Prophet of Criss.

For in all their heavenly wisdom, they have taught us holy truths from which we shall not deter.

May their voices sing praises to Dead Wizard God, and may their sermons continue for years to come.


Dawn your wizard robes and pink sunglasses.

Bring forth your blue headbands and Scarfies for the time has come to take our message to the streets and praise the Almighty to the masses.

One word shall reign supreme in the minds of all those who deny our holy ones.

Our motto of Courage.

Soon they will not be able to resist joining our congregation.

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