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It’s Friday! Get Me Out Of Here!!!

Congratulations to you all that work Monday through Friday jobs! You have made it to the end of your work week and now you can take off to Rio, or Cozumel, or Bora Bora, or even Cleveland!!! What? You can’t just head to your local airport and take off to destinations unknown for adventure at the drop of a hat? Well I might suggest otherwise. You have two of the greatest travel vehicles ever created. Continue reading

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Do You Have More Than One Story? Why Not?

There is no one story that tells it all, take many stories from yourself, those around you, and those you admire/respect, and then see the world. You may find paradise in your rear-view mirror…closer than it appears. Continue reading

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Your Key to Depression

Depression is a prison in which you have the key…only you don’t think to look for it. – Kevin Hearne (author of the Iron Druid Chronicles)   Kevin Hearne is the author of The Iron Druid Chronicles, a series of urban fantasy novels set in present day Tempe, Arizona. The series follows Atticus O’Sullivan, the … Continue reading

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My Real Fairy Tale

This piece comes to us by another of my newer followers, in his thoughts.  While it is a short story of fiction, it speaks to the child in your adulthood and the transitions you make through time.  Whether you believe in God, Gaea, Flying Spaghetti Monster or Higgs-Boson…the power that you feel, the wonder that … Continue reading

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Catnip for Nerds

Monty Python is like Catnip for Nerds.  Once you get them started quoting it, they are constitutionally incapable of feeling depressed. Kevin Hearne (Iron Druid chronicles)   Related Articles: CarpeBootium is an Open Book (carpebootium.com)

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CarpeBootium is an Open Book

If there is anything I have always enjoyed it is a good story.  I read a fair amount when I was young but it was blended in with television and movies.  As I got older, the movies were replaced by video games (mostly role-playing games).  By the time I got to college I had little … Continue reading

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Who’s Going To Stop Me

The question isn’t who is going to let me but who is going to stop me. Ayn Rand

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