Jane Stillwater: Our brains sort stuff out for us in our sleep and we do our best creative work when we first get up in the morning because our brains have already done most of the dirty work
Edward-Yemil Rosario: At a recent lunch I blurted out, “Laffer Curve! Tell me all about it!” That prompted a hush over the mid afternoon crowd — nervous glances from others in the restaurant. My friend begged me to lower my voice, “Eddie, things are pretty much volatile around here these days, please don’t start a stampede.”
The David: The primary purposes of a political campaign is to divert us from those things that are really important, and instead fuel our baser instincts with gossip and innuendo about those
Grainne Rhuad: It was the in one of the most unexpected places that I was reminded of one of my childhood favorite books. I immediately ordered them up off the internet and waited with barely contained glee for them to arrive at my doorstep so I could dive in.
Thomas Little Chief: This is not me and I should not be here is the inward reflection as I outwardly seek a tether, a rope of saneness with which to crawl hand over hand back to the comfort of not here.
Karla Fetrow: Luke Maverick and company are on the run with charges of pheeft abuse hanging over their heads. Only a plant like being is able to save them now.