If you’ve arrived at this site from an old link, I have to apologize for not having whatever you’re probably looking for.
I blogged on this site for roughly a year but outgrew it simply because the concept behind it—commenting on the gross injustices of the world—became rather mundane. Yes, it’s sad to say, but there were so many injustices and so many instances of sheer stupidity that it became tiring to simply focus on them in every post.
I started to grow intellectually, and my other blogs will hopefully reflect that. Following The Department of Injustice, I created Faint Expectations, and then The Tempest. By going through those phases and getting an idea for what I wanted out of a Website, I arrived at The American Philosophy Company, which is basically where I am in life at this moment: able to think about everything and anything.
I’ve reached a point in life where I want to consider all aspects of it: society; culture; politics; music; books; sports; emotions; relationships; life. Instead of having a theme, I’ve finally arrived at a point where I realize that all of life must be looked at in a larger mental frame. The result is The American Philosophy Company.
That’s not to say that my older writings are junk (unless you choose to think so, and you can—it’s your right to). It’s simply my way of growing as a person and getting a better understanding of who I am and who others are as each day goes by.