INTERROBANG

Musings on life, the universe and an elephant named Flobo

I have always believed in the freedom of belief, as long as those beliefs and the actions taken due to said beliefs are not negatively affecting the lives of others. Seems simple enough. Over the years, I have been asked many times what my religious beliefs are. It seems that a lot of people are …

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It has always astounded me with just how much stock people place in horoscopes. I have known people who refuse to date others based on star signs. Some also wait to read the weekly horoscope in the paper before making any decision more important than “what shall I have for dinner tonight?” Some important things …

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In a world of sensory overload brought about by the glare of smart phones, fitness bands and a fully “plugged in” society, it seems to have become increasingly common for us as a society to throw the blinkers on when faced with something that we don’t wish to view. I have covered the topic of …

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To put pen to paper, or to sit in front of a screen as a blinking cursor highlights the white page. People, including world-famous authors like Stephen King right down to people who have never actually written a thing in life (apart from the assignments that no one can avoid during school) all seem to …

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Another brilliant poem by my friend Robert Hayes. Please let me know what you think.   OLD MAN A man’s reflection tells no lies Scars and wrinkles worn with pride His youth betrayed, a life now lived Left with nothing more to give. His wife’s long passed, his children grown All has past him, he …

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  Well Weddings sure can bring out some interesting sides in people. People who I barely know have become good friends and have shared so many useful tips and tricks without trying to step on my toes and those that I thought would be by my side to assist me or at least share in …

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  I absolutely love the rain. I love the sound of it, the smell of it and the greenish hue it casts across the world. I love the silence before the storm which is almost deafening and the anticipation of Mother Nature’s displays. I live in the “Sunshine State” so you wouldn’t expect much in …

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