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Nocturnal Yarns By Charles Prudhomme
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This is an entry to a larger collection of short stories that re-imagine the origin of monsters and Halloween. Nothing tells us more about human beings than the devils they create to haunt... More > themselves. This particular entry entails the short story of a group of people trying to survive and overcome a tyrannical form of government in a post-apocalyptic world littered with werewolf like creatures.< Less
Socialism, Oh Yay! By Charles Prudhomme
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Ever wonder where the word fascism comes from? Or what the historical value of Socialism has been? This is a brief overview of just some of the history of fascism and socialism (synonyms) from the... More > early 1900's. it is a historical story of brutality, failure, and human annihilation. This is a legacy that some wish to become a prominent force in American politics. That should be concerning to anyone with even a little understanding of the past, which seems to not be the "punk rock" community as of late, something that needs to be checked.< Less
Hellas Divinity Parts 1 & 2 By Charles Prudhomme
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This is a collection of writings that tell the essential stories of Greek Mythology. What do the stories of Greek humor and tragedy say about the people that wrote them? Does the coincidence of... More > similar stories in other religions mean anything? Ultimately, the stories within Greek Mythology tell us about the human condition, particularly what we fear, what we love, and what we want the most.< Less
Hallows Even By Charles Prudhomme
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This is an article that explains the essential history of American Halloween. In just under 20 pages you will have a decent and general understanding about the mythology and origin of the traditions... More > that accumulated into this macabre holiday.< Less
Nature and Ethnic Equality By Charles Prudhomme
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Quite some time ago I was scrutinized for wearing a patch on my vest that said “white pride,” and for this patch, I made local news sources - a bit of an over-zealous reaction for a 31... More > year old mechanic that lives alone with an obese cat. This let me know that I was important, or at least that other people finally felt important for hating me. So I decided to sit down and write what I actually think about race, it obviously had very strong sentiments in society if somebody like me could be important enough be made infamous for the purpose of giving others the title of “anti-racist.” This was definitely more than the narcissism of a subcultural community to prove itself; this topic was a passion strong enough to do anything, ridiculous or not, to become socially renowned or an ally to an over-staid cause, by any means necessary. This is that essay, it is ultimately my thoughts on race and why i believe they are different and possess a variety of values and shortcomings, something i do not believe to be racist.< Less
The Basics of Liberal Idols By Charles Prudhomme
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The Left tends to idolize some rather unsavory characters either by "accidental" omission or just as an obvious effort to apologize human monsters. Do they simply have to idolize these... More > characters because they believe in what they believed in? If so, Does that make it okay to paint smiley faces on war criminals? It should be no supersize that the people like the ones that are accurately depicted in this article would be glorified by democrats; there seems to be a suddenly tragic slip of memory when it comes to any history, either idolized or enacted, by the left.< Less

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