NaNoWriMo Kick Off

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Along the Way

There are times in life when you want to say something, when you should probably say something, but social norms and etiquette dictates that it’s better to remain silent. Other times, you miss the opportunity to make a statement. And often, it is better to keep your observations to yourself because it might incite conflict…unless you have a blog. Below are five things I’d like to say, but can’t…but here I can.


(The following are in random order.)

1. 速い茶色の孤は不精な犬を飛び越す。

2. If you wish someone ill will because they have wronged you, it’s still bad karma to remind them that “karma is a bitch”. You just perpetuate your own bad karma…that is, if you believe in karma. If you don’t believe in karma, then it doesn’t makes much sense that you’re reminding them of this.

3. Please don’t spit in the trashcan. It’s just all kinds of nasty. Have…

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