When there's a carnival barker for each and every one of Earth's attractions, I may as well find the most satisfying show.
We're pushing the limits of human interaction and now we're just seeing the effects.
That's not my reality anymore. I'm just wondering what's lingering in the air to make it everyone else's.
You can say what you want to the internet as long as you're true and honest about it. But remember the playing field is open to all.
In the age of instant gratification social media, it may be hard to quit being angry. But I'm jonesing for a real slap fight to really release what's bothering me.
I always knew I'd find my escape to triumph and live another day. I just never thought there'd be anyone by my side as I did so.
The moment you choose freedom for yourself, including the mind, body, and spirit, is the moment you realize no one gets to tell you anything anymore.
Realness permeates. Repetition dies when the echo does.
But after the lights came on in the Lincoln Center IMAX theater, I felt like something was lacking. Something that would have explained away all the pre-outrage this film received before even hitting the silver screen. But nothing came, and I was left wondering what the big deal was, or if there was any to begin with.
On this day 75 years ago, some of the bravest men the world has ever known stormed the beaches of Normandy, France, in order to free Western Europe from German occupation. They fought for freedom. They put their lives on the line because it was the right thing to do, to stand up against an … Continue reading Silence, Internet