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So, you are very wealthy

I always believe if everyone does a bit good deed, bit by bit, we can make a harmonious world.

  A young man muttered at his bad luck and penniless situation.   He frowned all the days. A wise senior came across to talk to him, ‘Hey kiddy, why are you so unhappy?’ ‘I don’t understand why I’m so poor always!’ he said. ‘Poor ? I think you are very we...


The story of a blind and a lantern

The earth is getting very sick day by day. But, the human minds are thousand times sicker !.......

 An ascetic came from a long journey to an obscure village on a gloomy night.  There were some villagers continuously walking to and fro in the streets. When the ascetic walked into an alley, he saw a dim yellow light approaching quietly from the deep end...


The year is 2547 and kids still complain about taking their lessons.

“Aw Mom,” whines Jeremy. “Do I have to take history? I hate history.” “Yes, you must take it this term.” “But history always leaves...” Jeremy thinks, “a bad taste in my mouth.” “I know dear, but we all have to do some things that are unpleasant at times,...

The News - Only Much, Much Later: Learning From Old Magazines

Wisdom. Believe it or not, you can find it between the pages of old magazines - kind of.

You’re reading magazines wrong. See, if you’re anything like me, you treat these magazine things* as highly disposable sources of information. You buy them (or steal them, I guess, and shame on you), read them once (if that) and then never touch them agai...

So you want to be a Henchman: Come to Hench-U!

The world can be a scary place for henchmen. That’s why a solid villainous education is so important

Being a henchman (or henchwench, naturally) is not an easy calling. You’re the first line of defense (and offense, for that matter) for a supervillain (or alien intelligence, eldritch entity, force of nature, etc.) with big plans - the one who has to thro...

Stealing Knowledge: LousyNick Goes Back To College (Kinda)

Learning. It helps sometimes. And you never really know how much you miss it until it’s gone.

This week, I attended one university lecture a day. I took notes, tried to learn things, played the part of the good student.Only I’m not a good student. In fact, I’m not a student at all. I’m just a guy who’s stealing knowledge – and I’m loving it.Let me...

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The Lost Generation

A prose-poem in the style of Gertrude Stein, comparing the 1920s to the 2010s.

The Lost Generation By Captain Midnight In the style of Gertrude Stein A prose-poem on what our generation faces as compared to the generation of the Jazz Age and beyond. You are part of a lost generation. By shuffling you round and round and round and ro...