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Wave Blaster

I like writing. It's the thing that drives me. My goal is to reach others through my work and have a nice talk. He/Him.

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  • 5 weeks
    How to depict bigotry as an act of violence?

    So, out of curiosity, I picked #GreenLanter (1990) #154-155. Y'know, that story about violence against the LGBTQ+ community, by Judd Winick. Holy crap, it was an heavy read. Despite the pitfalls, it does say a lot about the brutality of queerphobia.

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  • 8 weeks
    I just cut ties with a toxic friend

    At least I think I did. Cutting ties with a toxic person is never an easy task. And I'm terrible at it. The last time I directly cut things off with a person, it happened around 2015, and it took him to press a berserk button with a jackhammer (praising Pinochet) for me to finally stop talking to them. And even then, we did keep some kind of contact for some time.

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  • 9 weeks
    Okay, I actually missed this one

    Seriously, if there's any confirmation I'm not entirely done with writing is that a piece of mine can get a reaction. Any reaction.

    To all of you who read, liked, disliked, saved and commented, thank you.

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  • 9 weeks
    I'm not too proud of this one

    So, first new story in about two years and it's probably the darkest piece I have ever written. I seriously want someone to verbally slap me in the face and tell me to never do this again.

    Trixie goes to confront the biggest monster she's ever met.
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  • 9 weeks
    I need help

    I'm writing again. I need someone to stop me. I think.

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Documentary: La Batalla de Chile · 4:44pm September 11th

I won't give this one too much preamble, since I already talked about the history of censorship surrounding this material. Though, I do want to comment of something that really struck me through the first part: how much was lost.

There were so many step towards progress being taken in Chile under Allende's presidency. So much we had, so much that was being built. There was a true unity among the working classes, among the people of Chile. There was so much hope. Then the US decided we didn't need to be free to better serve their interests.

Without further ado, the documentary that was silenced in Chile for 48 years.

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The US has an unfortunate history of sacrificing principle and good policy in order to prioritize the politics of money. The Kuwait intervention of Desert Storm would never have happened if oil wasn't there. In fact, nobody would care about the middle east at all if it wasn't for all the oil there, cause there is nothing else valuable about the place at all except for religious landmarks. Our politicians are rarely punished and frequently exorbitantly rewarded by lobbyists because most voters don't care about anything that isn't directly affecting them. Banality at its finest.

Interestingly enough, we didn't even have oil. It was all just a waste.

eyyyy u a leftist too??:raritystarry:

It’s a way to put it. :raritywink:

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