Manlyfesto 6 — Reading is Selfish

There are two types of people who have the luxury to read — the rich, and the lazy poor. Before I dig myself too deep of a hole, let me first say that I adore reading. If I had the

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Manlyfesto 5 — God’s Power & Man’s Will


When I was a kid, my pastors and school teachers had a very hard time teaching me the story of Job. To the non-​Christian, Job is one of the oldest books of the Bible, so it is understandable that it

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Matt Gemmell #1

I don’t think there’s any reasonable way, or any need, to separate vanity and ego from a personal blog. –Matt Gemmell, Blogger Follow @oxhorn

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Manlyfesto 4 — Propaganda & Control


When people use the word “propaganda”, they usually assume that we all have the same understanding of the word, which goes something like this: propaganda is bad, and even evil. In fact, people assume the definition is so widely understood,

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Blog Relaunch


It’s been a few years since I mashed this website together using a theme builder and a slew of heavy plugins. Since then, I’ve gotten better at SEO, CSS, and WordPress, so I decided to rebuild the site from scratch

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Shakespeare #1


The oldest hath borne most: we that are young Shall never see so much, nor live so long. –Shakespear, King Lear In honor of Memorial Day. Follow @oxhorn

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In Store Now! (My Novel, That Is)

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Ever since I started writing, I’ve often wondered how I’d react to seeing my novel for sale in a book store for the first time. Every weekend I would go to Barns & Noble with my college buddies and examine

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