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Adventures of a Dysfunctional Person

I know I ain’t right, but whatever disorder I have is not in the DSM-5. Maybe someday they will categorize my particular set of symptoms. I’ve never done anything bad enough for them to put me in a cage, but … Continue reading

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The Never of Now

It never truly feels like I’m at where I’m at. I am not legitimately in my proper place ever — in time or space –where ever I find myself at (the workplace, for example … MOSTLY… but… also: any place or time where people … Continue reading

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The Dirt on All of My Coworkers

Just kidding: I don’t have much dirt on them. I work for Mormons! I don’t know what this means yet. So far I just know that they do not drink, and they work their asses off. And they’re from Utah. That’s … Continue reading

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New Career, Terminated Marriage

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “An Extreme Tale.” My marriage ended, and at the same time, my new career began. I drank daily, I drank hard. I studied daily, I studied hard. I socialized hard. I had to meet new people, … Continue reading

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The thoughts creep in.

Here are the top ten thoughts I should be ignoring: 1. I should drive faster because the guy behind me is in a hurry. 2. I will not be able to find a job. 3. People around me are too … Continue reading

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A List of Items

The lack of work has opened up a huge space for my brains to run wild in. They are dropping bombs today, 30 miles away, practicing. You can hear it clearly. All I can think to listen to lately is The Sea … Continue reading

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The Wrong Way

At my old job one time, I opened up the email address book, and I read every name. I grouped the names into two categories: “This one’s cool,” or, “This one’s an asshole.” I had a spreadsheet open too. I … Continue reading

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