Nonfiction by Santiago

Thoughts, opinions, and a soap box


I consider myself to be fairly capable of expressing myself coherently in written form, and the educators I've learned under appeared to be of similar opinion. (Though, as you may have noticed, I tend to use obscure vocabulary and convoluted kilometric sentences.) Below is some of my output, sorted into three categories. Essays are well-reasoned, much-revised works that might have seen a grade at some point in the past. Rants are straight-to-the-internet, one-shot deals coated in sarcasm and occasionally dripping bile. Ramblings are more subdued works that generally express thoughts rather than raise controversy, but which lack the polish of essays. The essays and ramblings might make you think, while the rants will either get you to yell "Hell yeah!" or simply royally piss you off. You have been warned...




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