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Another Skywalker – Princess Leia, Star Wars

Posted on November 25, 2013

Another Skywalker

"Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose."

— Yoda —


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Palliativity 218: hyperbole

Posted on November 21, 2013

I love Hyperbole and a Half. Not enough awesome things can be said about its creator Allie Brosh.

As a fellow artist with a chronic condition, I am in awe of how Allie has crafted this entirely strange and disarming world of her memories, dogs, magical friends, dinosaur costumes, diabolical parents, intense emotional states and dead fish. The way that she addresses her past and present challenges head-on is an art all of its own. This rare interview with Allie as part of her recent book release reveals quite a bit about the women behind the shark-fin headed girl:


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Posted on November 18, 2013


"Hold fast to dreams. For when dreams go, life is a barren field frozen with snow."

— Langston Hughes —


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Palliativity 217: dosed

Posted on November 14, 2013

A quick update from my post a month back:


I'm getting closer to where I want to be and that alone deserves it's own little celebration. I still have some bad pain days, but the improvement is that they're not EVERY DAY.  The waiting game while finding the right balance of meds is a little tedious, but knowing that I'm on the right path to awesomeness makes it much easier to cultivate the required patience. From looking back at the overall pain experience of this incredible roller-coaster of a year,  I should be well on my way to demi-god by 2015 😉


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Posted on November 11, 2013


"Fortune befriends the bold."

— Emily Dickinson —


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Palliativity 216: impact ressonance

Posted on November 7, 2013

One of my favorite vloggers, Vsauce, tackles the science and implications of the Atomic Bomb:

"Is science of any value? I think the power to do something is of value.

Whether the result is a good thing or bad thing depends on how it is used, but the power is a value."

— Richard P. Feynman —

The Long Way Home


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