Anonymous Bull Recipe – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon


Image: Just how stupid are we?

The trouble with conspiracies is that they rot internally.” Robert A. Heinlein

Anonymous Bull Recipe

taking the faeces of a bull,
two wings of a fairy,
the hoof of a unicorn,
one ancient rams horn,
a dash of paranoia,
lashings of white lies to taste,
a garnish of manson and jones,
top with the letter Q and, 
with hammer, spoon and 
crackpot, forge a technicolour 
nightmare, a vile syrup,
as vaccination against
imagination for a better world.
Inject a host and watch it spew
the most indredulous
unhinged tripe.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

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Two Sides

Eyes + Words

Written by Jacob Ibrag

All that had to go right for you

to be here. The things that had to go wrong.

Love gained and love lost. An unfortunate series of

events today. Fortunate string of tomorrows. Two sides

of a coin take turns falling. The darkness of a sky

pierced by a bleeding light. A light which

leaves with every passing night.

Photo by Dmitry Schemelev

Hello friends. Today I turned 30. As I reflect on my 20’s, I can’t help but separate that decade into 3 parts.

The first part consists of the first 4 years into my 20’s. I classify that time as the “forgotten” phase. It’s exactly what it sounds like. During that time, I had forgotten who I was, which is what can happen when you don’t have a strong sense of self in a relationship. I had become an unwilling passenger. The worst part…

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The 2020 Daily Writing Challenge – September 13

Jo Hawk

2020 Daily Writing Challenge

Writing is like driving at night in the fog.
You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.
– E. L. Doctorow

Today is Day 257 of the 2020 Daily Writing Challenge.

Did you write yesterday? Half of the year is in our rear-view mirror, and I am drawing a line in the sand. The targets I missed, the stories I didn’t compose, they no longer matter. These last six months are history. Done. I won’t lie, 2020 kicked me in the head, leaving me stunned, unsteady, and incapable of completing anything beyond basic tasks. I bet I am not alone, but don’t count me out yet. They say what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger, right? I am confident I will discover I am more capable than I have ever been. I dug deep, reevaluated my annual goals, and I decided…

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The Quest to Eliminate Judgment from Your Personal Handwriting – Daily Quote

Jo Hawk


It rarely happens anymore, but when it does, I freeze. Someone asks me to complete a form, sign a birthday card, or jot a note. Heaven forbid when a document requires my actual signature. My longhand is pretty much illegible to anyone but me. In school, my classmates never asked to borrow my notes more than once. It made sense to me, but when I looked at their elegant script, I hid my paper. I grew tired of losing exam points and experiencing the walk of shame to the teacher’s desk to explain that I had the correct answer.

I rejoiced when teachers required typed submissions since the font removed judgment and censor. Times New Roman masked my personality, and the personal secrets revealed in my script. My words stood on their merit, untainted by the reader’s assumptions and their inability to decipher my scrawl. The ink color, the angle…

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All About Vitamin E

Be Inspired..!!

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin, grouped with vitamin A, D and K. There are 8 forms of Vitamin E, this includes four Tocopherols and four Tocotreinols. For both of the 2 forms of Vitamin E there is an Alpha, A Beta, A Gamma and A Delta Form. The first scientists to discover Vitamin E were called Evans and Bishop. They founded this “lipid soluble factor” in 1922 during their research on reproduction in mice.

Vitamin E Deficiency is characterised by chronic Diarrhoea, Reduced Bile Production, Kidney Heart and Liver Dysfunction, Poor vision and even dementia. We require between 3 and 4mg a day dependent on gender. Vitamin E is naturally found in many foods such as Plant Oils (Corn, Canola, Soya and Olive), Nuts (Almonds, Walnuts), Seeds (Flaxseed, Linseed, Sunflower Seed) and Cereal Products.

Here are a few health benefits of Vitamin E :

  • Vitamin E can also…

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All About Acai

Try the chocolate covered ones!! LOL! Just kidding!

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The Acai Berry is a Superfood. Acai is actually said “Ah-sigh-ee”. The Acai Berry is sourced from the Euterpe Oleracea. Acai Berries grow on plan trees. The Acai plant is native to South America, and the jungles of the Amazon Rainforest. Indigenous Amazonian trigged contribute majority of their good health to Acai, with over 25% making up their daily food total. The name Acai, is thought to come from the Legend of laca, Acai spelt backwards.

The Acai berry has many actives including Reservatrol. They are rich in Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E and Vitamin K. It contains minerals, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium and Manganese for optimal health. The Acai berry contains over 44% fibre.

Here are some health benefits of Acai :

  • In the Amazon the Acai plant was used to treat diarrhoea, fever and ulcers.
  • Acai berries possess a lot of Omega 6 and 9…

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