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Dylan Crabb
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Researcher, independent writer/publisher, and an advocate for the devil.
Researcher, independent writer/publisher, and an advocate for the devil.

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It should not be controversial to say that men and women are different between each other.
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I love to write stories, fictional and non-fictional, two main reasons: one; to record human events for educational posterity – two; to provide a perspective of human history to my peers.  Every society ever formed has added their own perspective to…
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Trust no one (but you can trust me). ;)

To whom should we go for the truth? I think the answer is obvious - everywhere.
Trust no one but I.
Trust no one but I.
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In March of this year, I migrated south from the village of Questa in northern New Mexico to the city of Albuquerque.  It was a dramatic change going from a village (not even a town) of less than 2,000 people to my state’s largest city of approximately…
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The study of human history can reveal insights into human conditions and instinct which can assist living people in problem-solving and conflict resolution.  History books have no shortages of conflict and violence.  However; a trend that is often…
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If you enjoy classic American fried food and craft beers, the Lava Rock Brewery is definitely worth checking out.
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Sunday is the most boring day of the week, the day always seems to emit a sense of restlessness over a lack of work as well as anxiety over anticipation for the coming work week. What better to alleviate this nerve-racking mix of negative emotions than a…
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Originally posted on Suitably Bored: You know what? These days it get’s harder and harder to tell the two apart, if what is being written by these online publications is really game journalism or just plain satire. The past two weeks I honestly could not…
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Book Review: "12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos" by Dr. Jordan B. Peterson.

Rational, yet spiritually enlightening; an uplifting self-help book that I recommend to anyone experiencing depression.
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