Sunday, January 20, 2008

Post Secrets

If you don't know it, you need to. Familiarize yourself with it, simply because it's the most liberating thing in the world.

For those of you who don't know, Post Secret was a project started by a Marylander named Frank several years back. Essentially all he did was leave notes around town with his address on it encouraging people to send anonymous postcards with their secrets on them. The response was enormous.
So enormous, in fact, that Frank currently has three book composed entirely of postcards, a weekly-updated website, as well as an audio website for those who don't have access to a mailbox.

And there are other who have taken to placing their secrets other places. For example, one common place to leave them is inside of the Post Secret books at book stores.
I tried this the other day, and it felt incredible to get some of the things I've been bottling up for years off of my chest.

I highly suggest this to all of you, as a way to both reach out to others, but also to reach into yourself.

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Adurism? No wai!

Cito, Ait

Have you ever heard of Adurism? The Faithful Church of Adurism? Anti-Karaoke churches? No? Me either. Well, until this morning when I was invited to start contributing to the blog linked at the top of the post. Apparently, it's a new religion (a cult, if you will) based in Birmingham, AL. They seem...A bit loopy, to be honest, but it's an interesting religion, nonetheless. I invite you to come read this blog, leave comments, convert, whatever you please. Or you can come to just bask in my awesome presence.

EDIT:Nevar mind. Apparently, Mr. Braxton thought I was interested in his blog because I was an Adurist. When he discovered that I wasn't, he promptly removed me from the list. Oh well. Still some interesting stuff.

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