Monthly Archive: May 2015

Kindness is not a crime

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A couple of years ago, I took part in a community outreach program held by The Legacy Initiative here in Salt Lake City, where we fed burritos to the homeless, while being dressed as superheroes. Our local Comic Con was giving away passes to some of the participants, and honestly, my focus was way more …

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Curling and letting go

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I wish I had the ability to pick up on the messages the universe sends me a little faster. I swear my skull is at least three times the thickness of the average male, so external stimuli has to fight pretty hard to get through. It’s not that I don’t understand, it’s the implementation that …

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Action figures and the meaning of life

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The two greatest things on the planet are Action Figures, and Zombies. Aside from the obvious reasons, I like these two things, because they teach me about life and how to be a better person. While I wrote an entire novel on how Zombies can make our life better (Rebirth: A zombie tale, available for …

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