A. Alexis Kreiser
Freelance author. I write about what I want which is mostly stuff about science and politics - or my own life.
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It was early morning, with the sun still below the Orasobian horizon. Aldes was waking up, his eyelids slowly beginning to unlatch, his wings extending out to the leaves around him, and his tail extending to the tree trunk far behind him. The black and gray dragon took a long, deep breath and then slowly exhaled. He watched in satisfaction as a mild plume of smoke escaped his mouth and nostrils. “Finally,” he thought, as the sun’s rays began to pierce the thick leaves of the Asip trees. As the light began to assist in bringing Aldes’s awakening process to a finish, his stomach began to rumble very loudly, so he started to walk through the forest with the hopes of finding something tasty to eat.
Manchin and Sinema just cost Democrats everything
Source: WEMU-FM (Ypsilanti, MI) Just like every other year, 2021 has an election day. Election day means elections, where people vote on candidates from school board directors to mayors - or if you’re in Virginia or New Jersey, governors. You see, the other 48 states elect their governors during the midterm elections, which will take place in 2022. Virginia and New Jersey elect their governors in the years immediately following the presidential election. These elections mean that for Virginians and New Jerseyans, that means gubernatorial ads nonstop wherever you go.
It's The 2020s: Let's Legalize Weed
Marijuana has been a controversial topic throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century. It started in 1937 with the Marihuana Tax Act more or less outlawed it in the United States. Since then, states have begun to decriminalize it and even legalize it. Those that support marijuana's legalization cite its medical and regulation benefits. They also state that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol. Opponents say that marijuana hurts society and is a gateway drug to other, more dangerous drugs. In addition, they told Pew Research that they do not want children to get into it.
What It's Like To Have Autism
Autism Spectrum Disorder can show itself in many forms. There is no one standard case of autism. That’s why it’s called Autism Spectrum Disorder. I’ve listed out a few of the signs that someone may or may not have autism, and I’ve elaborated more on these signs precisely, as they pertain to me. That said, no two cases of autism are quite alike, so your mileage will vary with the number of symptoms, what they are, and how severe they are. Something else to point out is that my autism is very high functioning, which is why I sometimes like to say that I’m human just like a regular person, only with a few kinks in my head, which of course, is my autism. Feel free to hit me up on social media to elaborate more on your case of autism.
Don’t Speak to Me – Because Your Words Have Become Meaningless
What is trust? Trust means many different things. As a noun, it is the firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. As a verb, it is to believe in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of. Synonyms of trust include faith, confidence, and belief. If you trust someone, that means that you believe them to be a reliable figure to keep you out of harm’s way, both physically and emotionally. As an emotion, trust means revealing your vulnerabilities to someone else, while at the same time putting your confidence in them to not take advantage of you being open with them.
What Exactly Is A B-52 Bomber?
On January 6th, 2020, the tensions between the United States and Iran continued to escalate when the United States decided to send B-52 bombers to help with tightness in Iran. To be more specific, the United States sent B-52 bombers to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. Diego Garcia is a British Indian Ocean Territory located near the Maldives and the Seychelles, south of India, and Sri Lanka. All of this means that they were not sent anywhere near Iran, but let’s put all of that aside. Many things can make someone scratch their head and ask, “is all of this really necessary?” It is people and questions like these that make it very important to keep in mind the B-52 bomber and what they are and what they are capable of.
- Top Story - December 2019
A Few Things You Forgot Happened In 2019Top Story - December 2019
Ah, 2019. What a year. It was...long and...uh...that's all I can think of right now: it was long. It was so long, that so many things happened, that I can't remember what happened at the beginning of the year. Hell, I can't even remember what happened at the beginning of the day! That's how bad it is. So, with that, here are a few things that you might have forgotten that happened in 2019.
Clemency and Some of Its Benefits
Criminal justice is a hot button issue in this country. Kamala Harris used her background as an attorney general for president on a criminal justice platform. The recent talk of the legalization of marijuana, medical and recreational, has served as a gateway to discussing pardoning people that have been convicted for small amounts of marijuana in their possession. Early on in his presidency, Donald Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio, which was very controversial, given Arpaio’s background. It’s everywhere – statistically speaking, around 1 in 3 American adults have a criminal record.
The Case for Female Masturbation
The media often talks about men pleasuring themselves – by which I mean there’s a lot of jokes made about masturbation and genitalia, but only for men. This is because there are a lot of men in the media, they are all over television shows, movies, politics. Sure, there have been improvements over the years, but we still have a lot of work to do. That said, when remarks about the area between one’s legs are made, they are often about men, and not about men. In fact, the closest thing to comments being made about female genitals is a John Oliver sketch featuring his Catheter Cowboy saying, “and that little feller there is what we call the clitoris,” mispronouncing that final word.
Being Left Out
I don't like being left out. It makes me feel like I can't be "one of them." It sends the message that I don't fit anywhere. One of my biggest lifelong goals is to find a good group of people that accept me for everything I am, and that I welcome for everything they are. And when I say everything, I mean everything. All the best traits, but also all the negative baggage.
Why Republicans Should Be Worried About Rising Sea Levels
Background Climate change is one of the core political issues that candidates need to campaign on if they have not been doing so already. There are many aspects of climate change, one of which is global warming, which is simply the warming of the earth. Climate change, on the other hand, is how global warming is changing the climate. Climate change occurs in various ways, including air pollution and rising sea levels, the latter of which this article will at least begin to focus on. The reason for this is because everyone – regardless of whether you are a human, a plant, or an animal – needs water to survive. Focus will be placed on some of the states where rising sea levels are far more than obvious.