Controversy doesn't have to be controversial at all.

By: KoritheMan, 5:12 AM GMT on April 11, 2014

Interesting as it may be to spark controversy, objectively there should be no reason that any subject should be controversial. People just make it that way.

I know it'll always be this way, but it just seems so easy to stay relaxed and not be controversial. *sigh* I just don't get it.

I realize this is a simplistic view, but simplicity doesn't diminish the effectiveness of my point.

Discuss? Or don't. I'm sure I'd get over it.

Updated: 5:17 AM GMT on April 11, 2014

Am I weird for thinking emotions are weird?

By: KoritheMan, 3:19 AM GMT on April 08, 2014

Like beyond the typical "Love ya, bro" type deal, I find emotions in general to be... disturbingly awkward. I previously perceived my feelings about this topic to be because I used to feel that emotions were showing weakness. I do not feel that is the case now, but for some reason I still find myself having trouble getting behind it. Maybe you guys can relate, maybe you can't.

I don't even think I'm seeking advice; I'm just posting this because I want to....

Arrogance.

By: KoritheMan, 12:24 AM GMT on March 26, 2014

I've known for a long time that I have an issue with arrogance; it's becoming even more apparent with time. Some of you have probably already noticed it, while a couple of my friends (and my brother) have outright reaffirmed it.

The typical thought processes inside my head when I'm talking to someone I think has inferior opinions or views is "I'm better than you. Let me trample you beneath my foot." I don't actually say those things, but that it is hardly...

Prosperity gospel.

By: KoritheMan, 5:04 AM GMT on March 21, 2014

I really hate this rampant "prosperity gospel" stuff that some Christians adhere to. It completely lacks Biblical basis. The entire premise of Christianity is that we're supposed to exalt god; any doctrine that makes man the focal point needs to seriously be reevaluated.

If Paul the Apostle, arguably the greatest arbiter of Christianity, did not live a prosperous life (the dude was shipwrecked, imprisoned, and more), what makes those kinds of Christians thi...

Updated: 5:08 AM GMT on March 21, 2014

Do titles demand respect?

By: KoritheMan, 12:48 AM GMT on March 11, 2014

Now, this is a bit of a complicated subject (as most matters are), but... title says it all. For example, does my grandmother being my grandmother demand my unconditional respect toward her? I would argue that titles don't automatically = respect; the person has to earn it themselves. I can respect the managerial staff at my job, for example, without actually respecting some of them as people.

My grandmother is getting extremely old, extremely quickly. Since ...

Updated: 12:52 AM GMT on March 11, 2014

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I'm just a 22 year old with an ardent passion for weather. I first became aware of this interest after Tropical Storm Isidore struck my area in 2002.