Author Archives: Jeffrey Hayman

About Jeffrey Hayman

Not actually a real doctor. Just another bonehead with an internet connection. I also really like ducks. Like... REALLY like ducks. It's kind of unhealthy.

Lacanian Paradise

I am neither a psychologist nor a theologian.  But like you and everybody else throughout human history, I do my best to make sense of it all.  Your best is all one can really ask for, since we are born … Continue reading

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Pool Life

I’m not quite sure what adults do in swimming pools. Is it still okay for us to bludgeon our friends with foam noodles?  Are we still allowed to pretend like we’re floating in space?  Can we splash unsuspecting enemies with … Continue reading

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Efficiently Destructive

In the Mojave Desert, beside quiet crumbling roads, lie the remnants of dead cities.  Their ghosts serve to remind us that, at one point in time, their buildings were filled with people, their roads were filled with cars, and their ethos … Continue reading

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Weakness

If civilization were to collapse, I’m pretty sure it would take me a mere three days to die. Surely we’ve all pondered what we would do if the Powers That Be ceased to function.  We all have some loose plan in … Continue reading

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I want to produce a book, please help me Kickstart it

Dear readers, I apologize.  To this point, I have tried to make my blog spam-free.  I have tried to ensure that the content of my blog is something relatable for you, esteemed readers, without you feeling like I’m trying to rally … Continue reading

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Identity in a Block of Marble

Immaturity is really just a fear of commitment. I believe the process of crafting an identity to be destructive rather than constructive.  We do not build ourselves from brick or clay out of nothingness.  Identity starts as a huge block of … Continue reading

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Fighting from Within the Organism

Allow me a tinfoil hat moment.  I don’t always sound this crazy. To this point in my life, I have had the privilege of freedom bestowed upon me by my circumstances: student life, supportive parents, and flexible part time jobs.  With … Continue reading

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