Collected Writings


Well I have to thank Larian LaQuella for really getting my name out there (I am still technically a guest blogger on his blog). But I figure a short list of articles that I wrote that I think are “good” (Please feel free to correct me) to save new readers time.

Caution, I am the defender of the wall of text. Some of these articles are allegedly monsterously huge.

  1. Myths of Homeopathy
  2. The Forgotten Shelters (TW – Acid Burns)
  3. Rise of the Backstreet Abortionist (TW – Abortion – Medical)
  4. Chess Agenda
  5. Clothes don’t Rape
  6. There are Four Lights (TW – Torture – I had a lot of hits for this one. I think this is the article that got me noticed by a lot of readers. I think this is the article that got the most hits ever on the previous site)
  7. Indiana’s Drones and the Temple of Dumb
  8. Witchhunter
  9. Have Sexual Intercourse With The Pope
  10. Ten Answers to Ten Terrible Question
  11. Rise of the Neo Luddite
  12. Goo To You via Woo
  13. Happy Birthday
  14. Ricky Loved Madonna (TW – Death, HIV – Based on a Story from Joe My God – Fixed)
  15. Falling Man – (TW – 9/11 post)

That’s it…

Comments

  1. Forbidden Snowflake says

    Have you considered putting those links in an “essential reading” column in the right-side bar? I know some of the bloggers here do that.

  2. Some Old Programmer says

    Note that link 14, “Ricky Loved Madonna”, is a duplicate of link 13, “Happy Birthday”.

  3. Trebuchet says

    Clearly I have some catching up to do!

    BTW, your banner needs some work. The small version on the FTB main page is completely unreadable. More contrast, please, and larger type.

  4. fastlane says

    Welcome to FTBorg. I know Larian mostly from killing him in DAOC. (Wylann the Hunter!)

    Still follow his blog on occasion, so I’ll make a point of checking this one out as well.

  5. Stevarious, Public Health Problem says

    I liked it the bit on Four Lights (though it did not contain the promised wall of text) – I’ve always liked that episode, and it was a very useful tool for me to bring up in an argument I had once with my staunchly Republican father (who was also an avid Star Trek fan) – How did we as a society, in just 10 short years, go from heroes who resisted torture (Picard) to heroes who torture? (Jack Bauer)

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