Monthly Archives: July 2022

FreeMatt in Review: 7-25 to 7-29 (2022)

Slowly rounding the corner. In the meantime, this is the FreeMatt in Review. To Discriminate Is To Serve You Better? Someone judged me and it benefitted me greatly. Find out more in this post. The Matters w/ Matt: A Cow … Continue reading

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To Discriminate Is To Serve You Better?

I remember walking into a church complex outside of Jacksonville, Florida with an address in my hand. Before the time of GPS, I would often navigate via a chart (or AAA road guide). This time I found the correct address. … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: A Cow With Two Bulls

Every Wednesday: I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and Dear Annie. The … Continue reading

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Hanging Out With Tyler’s Dad and Dave’s Mom

One of the worst things about being sober at times is that you are usually sober when it pays to be a few sheets to the wind. I feel a certain bond with those who imbibe and a certain repulsion … Continue reading

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FreeMatt in Review: 7-18 to 7-22 (2022)

Choose to be content with collapsed buildings. In the meantime, this is the FreeMatt in Review. Navy Story: The Suicide Messiah An empty psycho will start a fire to save the day putting it out. Find out more in this … Continue reading

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The Barbarian I Was Never Called To Be

I remember fondly running around with a wood sword in my cousin’s basement. One of my other family members, who towered over me, had this gnarly looking shield. I tried to poke him with that blunt sword, which did nothing. … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: Don’t Call Me By The Wrong Name

Every Wednesday: I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and Dear Annie. The … Continue reading

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July 19, 1989: A Day That The Human Race Should Know

A repost w/ additional commentary. This flight was evidence where people worked well together, especially the passengers of United 232. This is partial evidence where people keeping a level head helped save lives and not endanger others. Karens and Kens … Continue reading

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Navy Story: The Suicide Messiah

I have seen the face of evil in person. He was a personification of avarice. He could smile a grin, even when he knew he wanted to turn on those that had a grip on an ethical existence. The face … Continue reading

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Real Estate For Bigots: Bizarre Ideas From Matt’s Cesspool

Red lining is wrong. I think that a man should be able to buy a house somewhere, anywhere he can. I don’t want to stop him. But I think that any realtor might not be the best choice for that … Continue reading

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