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Memento Mori

Memento Mori

On July 14, 2006 at 3:36AM, my entire world came to an end. “I’m so sorry… They lost her. She’s gone…” I was on the phone, staring dumbly at the clock as I was told that Raven, my fiancee, the love of my life and the most beautiful woman I had...
The Case of the Errant Interrogative

The Case of the Errant Interrogative

[Cue the Law and Order theme music] “The Defence will now give it’s summing up.” Thank you. Your honour, esteemed member-humans of the jury… I stand before you today to argue that my client, the phrase commonly known as “What if?” is...
Choose Your Own Adventure

Choose Your Own Adventure

“Change is the only constant in life.” So said Heraclitus of Ephesos, a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher and wearer of bedsheets who existed around 500 BC. Now I may not be an antediluvian peddler of pedantic philosophy, but I do think Heraclitus was on to...

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