Category Archive: Culture

12 Years Later: We Will Never Forget

12 years ago today I was walking into my American history class as a freshman in high school when the news broke about the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New… Continue reading

The Colt Python – An Ideal Zombie Gun?

*The following post is not written by myself, it was published by Chris of LuckyGunner.com. For a direct link to this article, click here. I was wrong. The first time I saw Rick Grimes with… Continue reading

Sharing Tradition Worldwide: The Qixi

Happy Chinese Valentine’s Day! Well, sort of. Today, mostly in China, the Qixi Festival is celebrated. An Asian holiday similar to the American “Valentine’s Day,” the Qixi is in honor of an old tale that… Continue reading

Living Vicariously Through You: Sex and the Strange

I did a lot of reading yesterday. My adventure in sex blogs started as I stumbled upon a post in which a young woman explained her job working for a New York City… Continue reading

The Month of May My Way

Welcome, month of May. A chilly fall and cold winter have both passed and are packed up in the attic of our memories for now. April’s budding trees are at your mercy. Welcome,… Continue reading

The Road To Riches: Count Me Out

I live in a state with a reputation for riches and mansions; a place everyone wants to raise their kids, cookie-cutter style with perfection. Mini vans are a must, PTA meetings are these… Continue reading

Marked for Life: A Little Number on Tattoos

Tomorrow afternoon, I am going to a new shop in the southern part of my state for my newest tattoo. What it is, I will not reveal! Although you may shrivel into a… Continue reading

A Fresh Look at Egypt: What Cairo Has to Offer

When I was in the seventh grade, I moved from a diverse community in an urban setting to a claustrophobic cluster of suburbanites. I sat with the “cool” table for the blink of… Continue reading

Beauty Coast to Coast

As a 24 year-old with an extremely open mind to culture, I see the lifestyles that make up America differently than that of a 64 year-old, and moreover, other states and of course,… Continue reading