Category Archives: Media

Do You Give Yourself to This Program?

“When we’re finished with you, you will no longer be David Webb…” — I don’t know how familiar you are with the “Big Men” of American folklore. The cast contains the likes of Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett, Johnny Appleseed, Paul … Continue reading

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The Rings: “Remember when you were slaves in Egypt”

My aunt tells me we come from a long line of preachers. I’m not sure quite how far back that line goes, but I do know that my grandma is a preacher up in the Upper Peninsula. A while back … Continue reading

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Social Change

So about four if not five years or six ago, when I was in undergrad, one guy – let’s call him Ace – who’s very dynamic and charismatic, and I respect a lot, told us this epic history of Western … Continue reading

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Here comes the Danger (Hey-o)

The other night I had a dream that I was in a movie theatre with a variety of creatures including a large red dragon. This theatre, and the one nextdoor had giant openings where the screen would normally be, and … Continue reading

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Being Caught By Ourselves

“I’ve seen the darkest things // crawling inside of me // I’ve seen the monsters come alive…” – Daylight to Break, Switchfoot Listen to your heart! Truth comes from within! Follow your dreams! You are your own best friend! Do … Continue reading

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O that with yonder sacred throng…

So the other day I was craving caraway, like in the form of caraway rye bread. So finally when I got around to it, I went down to Devon Market, and bought some “Baltic Caraway Rye” bread. I ate it … Continue reading

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The End Where I…

Today I rode on a borrowed bike across the street I grew up on, to bike through the neighborhoods of my childhood to drop off fresh bread at Ghost’s house. That is what they call trippy. As the Script would … Continue reading

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