The Renegade Press

Despite all of our intricacies and inherent idiosyncrasies, mankind is in fact quite similar in many respects. While the thoughts, feelings and desires that motivate us vary quite dramatically from one individual to the next; the fundamental desires that create these compulsions are a common thread that binds us. We are motivated primarily by survival. We require food and shelter to live. So we seek out jobs and career paths that allow us to earn an income and satisfy these basic needs. Once we have done this, we look for like-minded individuals to create a community with. We make friends and have families in the interest of self-preservation and safety.

Yet while our subconscious mind skews our motives towards basic needs like survival, our consciousness urges us to take risks, create dreams, and envision beautiful futures. Oftentimes this sees us trying to extend beyond our reach in an attempt to…

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The Paradox of Now (If “Now” Truly Exists)


It all seems so straightforward, so matter-of-fact.

We recently witnessed the passing of the torch from 2015 to 2016.  Time to put away the old year and venture forth into the new, complete with resolutions, optimism, goals, and hopes.  The ongoing passage of time, the catalog of days and weeks and months, would appear to be an irrefutable, self-evident, obvious truth,  The clock ticks, we grow older, hopefully wiser, and nothing stands still.


But is it really so obvious?  Is it really the kind of thing we can disregard as a fact so unchangeable, so plain, it’s not even worth thinking about or discussing?

Ar first blush, yes.  We can glance at our calendars, our schedules, our itineraries, and know, unequivocally, that we have this time thing figured out.  It is what it is, as they say.


Or maybe not.


One of the themes in The Eye-Dancers has to…

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Just fun today: Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky read by Benedict Cumberbatch

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‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

“Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
The frumious Bandersnatch!”

He took his vorpal sword in hand;
Long time the manxome foe he sought —
So rested he by the Tumtum tree,
And stood awhile in thought.

And, as in uffish thought he stood,
The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
And burbled as it came!

One, two! One, two! And through and through
The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!
He left it dead, and with its head
He went galumphing back.

“And hast thou slain the Jabberwock?
Come to my…

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How to improve our decisions?

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Hello everyone!

Yesterday I found an article about our brains and how actually the lottery messes with our heads and how to take control over it and apply for Your life in useful way.

Have You ever thought of being rich? Me, too. And that’s why people buy lottery tickets even when the odds are quite terrible. For example, the odds of winning Powerball went one in 293 million. Sounds possible? As one website says:
Humans, it turns out, can’t deal well with odds that are very small. Instead, we rely on something else — whether we can picture the outcome. If we can see it in our mind, we think it’s more likely. If we can’t picture it, we think it’s unlikely.

You can clearly imagine those 10 luxury cars in Your garage, that cottage with golden balcony near ocean. This is not so hard to do, as a result You…

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Haddon Musings

Every Tuesday Two Writing Teachers provide an opportunity to share your writing. Every Tuesday Two Writing Teachers provide an opportunity to share your writing.


Dear Spirit, Holy Creator,

As I gaze upon this last moon of 2015

my heart is filled with prayer.

I pray that I and my fellow brothers and sisters

will contemplate this same beautiful moon

and our hearts will become enchanted.

The enchantment will fill our hearts with love

for ourselves and for all our fellow citizens of this planet.

I pray that this enchantment will last through all of 2016.

I pray that it will cause us to look up at each other

with awe and love,

and prevent our gaze from looking down upon each other

with anger and hate.

My prayers for us,


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Make it hurt


JOHN says:

what are you wearing?


clothes, a jumper no bra, shorts and socks


black undies

JOHN says:


JOHN says:

try running a fingertip up and down the inside of your thighs

JOHN says:

nice and slow


my thighs are warm

JOHN says:


JOHN says:

first one thigh then the other



JOHN says:

now run that fingertip over your shorts

JOHN says:

up and down your pussy


I breath

JOHN says:

now take off your shorts

JOHN says:

and rub over your panties


my legs look good

JOHN says:




JOHN says:

are you getting wet?


lick my thigh

JOHN says:

oh yes

JOHN says:

oh yes

JOHN says:

all the way up your leg

JOHN says:

take off your panties

JOHN says:

are you shaved?




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When was the last time you did something for the first time?

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I always find this question compelling. I am compelled in a sense that my objectives and ambitions in life should be one in an attempt not to stay boring and not to do things in an auto-pilot mode. I don’t want to stay boring not just in the eyes of others but most importantly to my own eyes myself cause I could care less of what others may think of me.

I’m worried for myself if someone is to ask me “When was the last you did something for the first time?” and i don’t know what to answer cause either i can’t remember what or when was the last time I did something for the first time or i’m not trying out something new at all. By something, i mean, could simply be trying out new food or new restaurants, new style and keeping up with the trend and continuously…

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