Brain Crumbs – quote

Posted by Rye on February.27.2015 in Uncategorized |

If God brings you to it, He’ll bring you through it. 


It’s Inevitable

Posted by Rye on February.26.2015 in TBT |

This is a slice from my old blog that I’ll be posting to honor Throwback Thursday. Originally posted on 11.7.11 Imagine if you had a house where you can only open a window if the doors are closed – and vice versa. Take a second to ponder about this. Really think on how it would […]

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It is & It Ain’t For Everybody

Posted by Rye on February.25.2015 in WFG |

Greetings, loyal readers! Welcome to another edition of WFG Wednesdays!  In this business, many people succeed by sticking with the system. However, people often get discouraged for many reasons. It’s easy; too easy actually. What’s worse is people not even trying. The truth is that people treat life the same way. I get it. Sometimes, […]

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My “Extraction” Point on Wisdom Teeth

Posted by Rye on February.25.2015 in Uncategorized |

I alwaze wanted to keep my wisdom teeth. I figured that I would die with them still intact and untouched. But as fate would have it, that wasn’t the case. On the morning of 2.20.15, I had my wisdom teeth pulled. The weeks leading up to it, I asked many people if they have had […]

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40 Days w/o Meat

Posted by Rye on February.21.2015 in Uncategorized |

For most people, giving something up for 40 days can be a real challenge. Every year, many people participate in Lent. If you’ve read my slice, Bent on Lent, you’ll know that I quit something every year and each time, I completed the 40-day challenge. Since I don’t go to church, I pay homage to God […]

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Are You Institutionalized?

Posted by Rye on February.21.2015 in Uncategorized |

We are all institutionalized… Most of us don’t realize it yet. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it sure isn’t a good one either. I guess it is what it is. I’ve been fascinated with the concept of institutionalization since learning about it from Shawshank Redemption. In the prison drama, an elderly character named […]

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Bent on Lent

Posted by Rye on February.19.2015 in TBT |

This is the first slice this year from my old blog that I’ll be posting to honor Throwback Thursday. I was raised as a Catholic. I can’t remember the last time I went to church. There are several reasons why I stopped attending, but that’s for another slice. Certain things in Catholicism pique my interest […]



Everybody’s a Skeptic

Posted by Rye on February.18.2015 in Uncategorized |

Greetings, loyal readers! Welcome to another edition of WFG Wednesdays! When something is too good to be true, it’s a natural reaction to be skeptical of it. It’s normal. As humans, we weigh the pros and cons of the information in front of us and we make decisions based on them. Unlike a mouse who […]


Kingsman: The Secret Service – review

Posted by Rye on February.18.2015 in Reviews |

Toasty! It’s been quite some time since I was wowed by a spy movie. Kingsman: The Secret Service delivered in all aspects of what a great spy movie should be. Instead of just reviewing this amazing piece of theatrical art, I will list the five elements (one for each slice) of what I believe makes […]

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Jupiter Ascending – review

Posted by Rye on February.16.2015 in Reviews |

   Half-baked The Wachowskis have created another visually stunning film. It’s too bad that the plot doesn’t follow suit. The story follows Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis), an apathetic maid who is struggling with money and family problems. She decides to sell her eggs for extra income. Her DNA alerts certain powerful people, not on Earth but […]

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