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Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by the age of eighteen.
Most of my postings are in my writing or photography sections. I've sort of neglected the book and movie reviews....and journal entries for that matter. But there are plenty of pictures and stories! You can also preview my completed novel "Mandala's Catalyst,"
My latest postings are as follows;
Canon 100-400L IS Error 99
(new journal entry, added Mar 8, 2007)
I have 5 Canon lenses (EF 50mm 1.8, 24-70 2.8L, 28-135 IS, 75-300 IS, 100-400L IS, 70-200 2.8L IS) and 2 bodies (1D MII, and 10D). I’ve also had other Canon equipment, an Elan, D60, and other lenses. I’ve spent over $15,000 on Canon Photography gear. In the past few years I’ve gone with their pro gear. For those of you who aren’t camera buffs, the “L” lenses are the professional line; ultra sharp, extremely durable, and way expensive.
Mandala's Catalyst (Preview)
(new story entry, added Mar 5, 2007)
Chapter 1: The Offering
World of Bigotrycraft
(new journal entry, added Feb 16, 2007)
I’ve often wondered how some people can feel so much hatred and anger for others. I’ve seen movies where former Vietnam Vets speak with extreme hostility toward Vietnamese. If they every cross with a Vietnamese person it can even result in violence. I have struggled to understand this dynamic. How can somebody hold on to so much anger?
(new journal entry, added Feb 6, 2007)
We usually think of educated people as being “trailer park proof.” It’s a harsh stereotype, but we generally seem to expect more domestic problems, violence, and crime in places of poverty. To me, it's strange how we have defined crime. There are certain types of illegal acts that we, as a society, tend to view as committed by a ‘real criminals.’ A 17 year old boy who robs a convenient store of $318 with a fake gun might be considered more of a criminal than the a bookkeeper who reroutes a few thousand dollars into a personal account. Or compare a dock worker who loads his truck with several crates of goods to a CFO who cooks the books to inflate his stock options by 2.5 million. The dock worker is more of a ‘criminal’ in our society (and according to the stereotype, more likely to have grown up in a trailer park).
(new story entry, added Feb 2, 2007)
Passion Kills Boredom
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