My Long and Wary Journey, Part III

I caught a lot of people off guard this past year when I really began stating my views on life. Keep in mind, as a natural introvert, my only friends stemmed from my former place of work, which I’ll continue to call the Weirton Club. In a conservative area like Weirton, the second I supported … Continue reading My Long and Wary Journey, Part III

2018 Goals: A Year in the Windshield

Earlier today I discussed my experience in 2017, and since I’m now in the great North Hills of Pittsburgh and living in what I call ‘The Beginning of the End of the Ohio Valley,’ I thought I’d follow this post with some goals for 2018. I’m a goal-oriented individual, and my 2018 goals are really … Continue reading 2018 Goals: A Year in the Windshield

The America I Want to Live In

I’m not the kind of guy to tell people what they want to hear. I’ll leave that to fake friends and people who want something out of you before they abandon you when they get what they want. Sure, it may not make me a popular guy but I couldn’t care less about winning a … Continue reading The America I Want to Live In

The Thin, Blue Scar

Another protest sparks across the midnight sky in America, this time in St. Louis. In the NFL, players kneel, attempting to peacefully spread the message of social injustice that’s haunted the United States of America since its inception. These days, it’s as routine as waking up and going to work. This is how often we … Continue reading The Thin, Blue Scar