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Writing gives Power

People in today’s society take freedom and thinking as a given in the free world.  Many don’t ever think about the oppression that occurs in nations or countries where freedom is limited by the government.  318 more words

Elite (1984)

Ok, I’ll admit first: I didn’t play Elite extensively. That’s because when I – rather late – acquired my first computer (I was over 20 then), Elite was considered an “old” game, yes, a classic, but old, outdated especially in terms of presentation. 217 more words

Space Simulation

An average living room, right? You have your typical mess from the pile of teenagers that are over every weekend, and you have your nice family photos. 319 more words


The Greatest Love

This year on August 1st I will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the adoption of my baby. No, at 18 years old I don’t have a child that was once orphaned but more of a child covered in fur and walks on 4 legs. 337 more words


The Fate of New York Lies in Our Hands

New York.

The city that never sleeps. The Big Apple. A place where dreams are made real, and the possibilities to live as you want are endless. 328 more words


What it Means to be Alone

“Perhaps a lunatic was simply a minority of one” (Orwell 70).

So, what does it mean to be alone? In George Orwell’s 1984 the main character Winston feels he is constantly alone.   205 more words


What Makes You Feel Alive: A Sense of Self and Belonging (1984)

Now that they had a secure hiding-place, almost a home, it did not even seem a hardship that they could only meet infrequently and for a couple of hours at a time… to know that it was there, inviolate, was almost the same as being in it.

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