That’s right, I’m still alive! It’s been a while and my how I have missed our little talks. I’ve had a lot of time to think and contemplate on a lot of things… I’ve done a lot of introspection and reevaluated my dreams, goals and aspirations. I taken several steps toward knowing myself better, while simultaneously finding that I still have a lot to learn. Life has a funny way of forcing you to make forward movements when you just don’t see yourself being ready to make those steps on your own… I’ve learned and grown, and I’m going to Read more »
I am a public official and over the years I’ve seen many people with many different motivations. They have needs that must be fulfilled and those needs are fueled by a variety of pressures. None of those motivations are necessarily my business and so I do not care to know. Besides. It tends to foment a certain level of bias if I do ask. So if knowing the reason beyond the ask is not going to serve me in being a good public official to the citizen, I will not go there. But there are folk who are not public Read more »
Because of the changes and shakeups, as well as our moving, we have some things that are getting played around with right now. Because of that we won’t have a post today either. But we will have a brand new podcast episode on Monday. Along with a blog post from yours truly. I may be unable to give you what you want today but hey I can at least double up later right? Anyway. Look forward to a Wrath of Ruthless soon and WDDIJcast episode Monday. Until then, well I could tell you more but…Words Don’t Do It Justice! – THE Ruthless Read more »
For the next few days Words Don’t Do It Justice is going to be doing some moving around. I can’t tell you exactly what all that entails. But you will notice that our redirect http://www.wddij.net now points somewhere other than here. Its a backup site encase we lose everything. For now though, don’t worry, we’re here. And when I can I might say a bit more. Who knows though really. I mean after all. Words Don’t Do It Justice! ~The Ruthless Wonder
When i was a child, i recall very clearly the large poster on my wall that paid homage to the virtues taught me in kindergarten. Robert F. had many words of wisdom for me to learn and live. Hold hands when you cross the street. Be kind. Treat others as you’d have them treat you. And more. It seemed that if all I needed to know in life could be taught in kindergarten I was good to go when I was handed my pushpin to hang the poster. After all, I’d finished kindergarten hadn’t I? And so too hadn’t all Read more »
On behalf of 314 Publishing & Words Don’t Do It Justice: To all the men who are doing more than just donating their seed or contributing the occasional dollar. To the women who learned to play both roles and fill in the blanks where we might wish there were none, and to those who who had nothing to do with the creation of the life, but chose fatherhood anyway, We salute you.
being sick has its advantages – a girl gets to sleep. a lot. but when she comes out of her coma, she watches TV. and then she realizes that she has no idea what’s going on in the world, so she begins to watch the news incessantly. and then youtube all the things that the news references which she missed while in that coma. and read all the news. and… and it gets gross. world. i’m not impressed. there are so many things i’d like to dish at you. so many complaints. so many rants. but Read more »