“…you will be exposed to the quemadero, the symbolical
flames of the
Everlasting Fire: it burns, as you know,
only at a distance, my son; and
Death is at least
two hours (often three) in coming… Continue reading “Torturing a man with hope – a story”
He only played with the right players
Continue reading “The rapist who knew how to play the rape game”
Rosemarie is a survivor.
Jean Goodwin Messinger lives not far from me in Longmont, Colorado.
In 2005, she published a book by her friend, called "Hannah: From Dachau to the
Olympics and Beyond". Continue reading “The incredible life of Rosemarie Pence”
Many teenage girls love bad boy surfers
Continue reading “Get girls with “The Pedophile’s Guide to Facebook””
Which criminal will be more believable?
Their names are R. Allen Stanford (on the right) and James M. Davis (on the left). Continue reading “Former friends, now fraudsters, butt heads”
Do photos need all their pixels to be true?
John D’Agata wrote an essay and a magazine accepted it, but the magazine’s fact-checker said there were some facts that were wrong. Continue reading “Does a nonfiction article need facts?”
This figure looks as though
it’s brighter in the center.
This one, made of the same pieces,
looks like it’s brighter around the edges. Continue reading “Your eyes react to an optical illusion”
You don’t need skills to deceive.
You just need balls.
A paper written by Dominic D. P. Johnson and James H. Fowler explains that being overconfident might be better than being rational. Continue reading “Why you shouldn’t read this blog”
Lupita (Erenildes Aguiar Araujo)
was targeted for murder
Continue reading “Why the hitman used two bottles of ketchup”