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• Censorship is ugly, but still not the ugliest bird in the sky. Happily, this has never been necessary.

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Indecision
coin toss :: pam

Which should I do - stay in a job that’s boring but lets me concentrate on school, or find a better-paying job that will be much more difficult?

    TAGS:  work, balance, indecision


Bob snacks :: 'mouse

Bob stood in the snack aisle, trying to choose between Cheetos and spicy pork rinds, wondering if the choice could be seen as a reflection of larger things—Mexico versus the United States, natural verus chemical, etc.—or if it was really nothing more than a choice between two crappy snacks, either of which would fail to alleviate his depression for even a moment and which would, regardless of his his choice, soon enough leave him feeling slightly ill.

    TAGS:  Bob, indecision, snacks


The pears, however, could never do anything without consensus.

    TAGS:  fruit, indecision, pears


Hotel Bed Brain :: Keith

My brain’s kind of like a hotel bed, I’d like to say what’s on it, but no one’s made it up for me yet.

    TAGS:  bed, brain, indecision, metaphors, hotel


torn :: boot

The combating tensions of good and evil can be like palpable twists of pain, some days.

    TAGS:  indecision, conflicting interests, torn


 

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