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- These Altered States - America Trying to Become Itself
- The Worthless
State of Affairs 2014
Border Games! Points could be assigned to the targets - 1 point for a man or woman, 2 points for children, and 3 points for a pregnant woman...
The factors were many, but the plan of action was simple: sell all my belongings, move, and work remotely....
Our instinctual drive for passionate release is so strong, it's why men will do whatever it takes to maintain a connection with the opposite sex...
Some of our picks for the best films of last year!...
You can't buy self-awareness, which is exactly the thing you most lack. ...
Instead of opening people up to the world and using social media as a tool to discover new and amazing things, it is instead just another in a glut of things that reinforces views and beliefs people already hold. ...
A Wild Journey on the Road to Bangkok...
The real problem in America isn't guns, per se, it is violence....
The USA's Dark History in Southeast Asia...
Do zombies exist? Simply go to your local mall....
When people ask me now what I learned in India, it can really be summed up in this one weekend, or this one day, or this one moment. ...
Each new election cycle produces an even bigger deception than the one previous....
Affect is that of just waking up from a drug-induced coma, being the victim of a blow to the head by a very large object falling from great distance above, or borderline autism. ...
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D.M. Cross D.M. Cross is a writer from Los Angeles. He studied Eastern philosophy and English lit at Oxford University and earned a degree in psychology from UC Santa Cruz. He then spent the better part of a decade playing in several LA area bands. He's currently finishing his first book based on his experiences living in Calcutta, India for a year.