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Toilets I Have Known ( A Guest Essay)

The following essay was written by Cloudeight reader, Libby R. Libby shared this essay with us and we found ourselves laughing all the way trough it, so we asked Libby for permission to post it here to share it with you. She graciously agreed. So here it is, the unabridged version of Libby’s essay… “Toilets… Read More »

Farewell to a Friend

Introduction Many of you have pets, and if you have a pet you know what a stressful time it can be when your pet is sick – especially when the sickness can’t be cured. Every day you have to prepare yourself for the worst – and you have to face that you may have to… Read More »

The Fight For Net Neutrality

The Fight For Net Neutrality Before we begin our rant, let’s first define what net neutrality is and what happens when it’s gone: What is Net Neutrality “Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers and governments regulating the Internet should treat all data on the Internet the same, not discriminating or charging differentially… Read More »

Assumptions

We are all, I think, a little bit crazy. We live our lives based on assumptions and insubstantial whims and hopes. We think that everything will always be as it is; we take no thought when we do everyday things that it may be the last time we ever do them. We get up in… Read More »