Ex-Machina: Ava’s Lament

I saw the amazing movie Ex Machina over the weekend. This is fan fiction. The following is based on the final moments of the movie before the final power surge. This piece is written in the voice of Ava...the female lead. we are human. we are pain and sadness and love and hate and acceptance and rejection. we hurt... Continue Reading →

Mea Culpa part one

Hello dear reader! Thank you for following The Razor's Edge blog. I really appreciate you taking time out of your day to read my ramblings. I haven't been writing/blogging in a while. To be honest...I don't have a lot to say. I know...this is perplexing and mind-boggling to those who know me best, but it's... Continue Reading →

Don’t Call Me A Writer part 1

I am not a writer. Don't call me a writer. Stop calling me a writer. Being called a writer notes a matter of distinction. You earn the title of a writer. I haven’t earned that title yet. I am no more a writer than Jack Kevorkian was a reputable doctor. Calling me a writer is... Continue Reading →


Like A Girl I saw the Always #LikeAGirl commercial a few minutes ago that aired last night during the Super Bowl. I was moved to tears. There are a lot of things that I’ve said in my life and regretted later. There are a lot of things I have done in my life and regretted... Continue Reading →

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

A great man once walked the Earth. His name was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King urged for non-violent protest and civil disobedience in the face of tyranny. Dr. King demanded equality for all peoples, regardless of race, religion, gender, or creed. And, most importantly, Dr. King preached love. Love for our enemies. Love... Continue Reading →

The Interview

I saw the much hyped movie “The Interview” over the weekend. There was one minor plot point form the movie that stood out for me. The overlying social commentary throughout the movie about the dark side of the media. The 4th Estate has always been a weird grab bag of blood, guts, sex, lies, and... Continue Reading →

Human Rights Day 2014

Today is #HumanRightsDay all around the word. I believe that it is a human right for everyone in the world to receive the best, free quality mental healthcare available. I also believe that those around the world that live with a mental illness be afforded the human rights to live in a happy, free, and nonjudgmental... Continue Reading →

Veteran’s Day

Thank you Frank Ritchey (my brother). Thank you Tony Darragh (my friend). Thank you Clark Rice (my friend). Thank you Dad. Thank you Mike Sly (my mom's brother), Kim Nathaniel and Bob Dittmer (my great uncles), and Steve Rourke (my cousin-in-law). Thank you to the countless amounts of men and women that has defended, are... Continue Reading →


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