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    For National Novel Writing Month, I wanted to talk about the wonderful things that writing has given me. If you’re reading this, you’re more than likely a lover of words, just like me. The last article which I had written was one of the most difficult things I ever had the chance to write. Putting a ...
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    Since I have known Coffee House Writers’ resident Columbine Expert, Keely Messino, we have had many conversations about Columbine. During which I have applied my natural talent as a profiler like what is portrayed in the CBS Show “Criminal Minds”. And from those conversations and my own deductions, it is not a pretty picture. Now, ...
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    While people think this will finally make guns illegal in the United States, the Las Vegas Massacre will not do much in the way of policy. A little under sixty people dead is not going to suddenly change the way people think. If we Americans didn’t demand– and follow through– with change after the Sandy ...
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    Marilyn Manson is my hero and the fuel of my artistic ventures as I am content creator and stage performer. With Marilyn Manson’s recent brush with injury while on stage, I’ve decided to make the following statement. Marilyn Manson’s fame has to do with the hard work to create the stage persona that we all ...
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    I recently purchased a book titled, Columbine:  A Survivor’s Story. I am not ashamed to admit that I have studied in the case at length and was quite intrigued. When I began reading the book, I noticed it was very much written from the viewpoint of an adolescent. It starts off talking about the author’s ...
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    Dear God, The things that are happening should make me happy. I don’t think it’s my anxiety and I don’t think it’s my depression. I’m just so confused and every day seems like a struggle between the person that I once was, the person that I want to become and the person that I am currently. I believe ...
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    For those of you unfamiliar with the subject of the film I’m Not Ashamed, it is about the Columbine High School massacre that occurred on April 20th, 1999 in Colorado. This was when two senior year high school students by the names of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold opened fire on several students, killing 15 and injuring ...