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“Love doesn’t multitask.” -Zeon Santos


Man Arrested For Loving A Bear Like One of the Family

All these news stories lately are making me a sucker for bear stories. First the bear and kitty friends, now this. Ram Singh Munda, a resident of India, saved this little bear when it was abandoned in the forest. The bear, named Rani or “queen,” became friends with his daughter who was recovering from the death of her mother and is now like a member of the family.

Unfortunately, rather than trying to do what’s best for all involved, the Indian government just arrested Munda, sent the bear to the zoo and his daughter to boarding school. Now the little bear isn’t eating. The whole thing just isn’t right. I do agree that he shouldn’t be raising a bear at his house, but he shouldn’t go to jail and the bear’s hunger strike is dangerous. Booo Indian government! Booo!

Seriously, how cute is that little bear on the bike? He looks like he’s smiling.


Great Film By Don Hertzfeldt, Ah, L’Amour

I love Mr. Hertzfeldt’s cartoons. You may already be familiar with “Billy’s Balloon” or “Rejected,” but now you can experience, “Ah, L’Amour.” Don’s exceptionally cluttered website can be found here.

This piece of work is too realistic, but it still has his sick and evil sense of humor pouring through it.


Most Adorable Deer Baby Ever…Thanks to Cute Overload

Too Cute!!!!Cute Overload has the cutest little deer with an equally sweet story attached. A couple found this little baby deer on the side of the road where its mommy was just ran over. The couple took it upon themselves to nurse the baby back to health.

It hangs out with kitties, takes walks and tries to nurse on a Great Dane. How much more adorable can you get?

On the discussion side of things, what will happen to little Jet grows up? Surely they can’t have a full grown deer in their house and I don’t think you can just let a little guy like that back into the wild. I’m not saying what they did isn’t sweet and wonderful, but what do you think they will need to do in the future?

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Short Stories

For My Father

I have a hard time writing about my dad. For one thing, I love and respect him more than anyone else I’ve ever met. For another, I know that he really loved his daughters more than anything else in this whole world. I’m not very good with organizing my thoughts and putting them down on paper when it comes to things I’m so passionate and biased about.