Category Archives: Days in the Life

My Repudiation.

Allow me to begin with what is most important, and what one may assume is the most obvious. (Though such an assumption cannot be made as easily about people today as it was just a few years ago.) I, Ty Unglebower, disavow, reject, and will to the best of my practical ability confront white supremacism …

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I Have Used “Those” Words.

I’ll not open such an important topic with poetry. I will state the purpose of this post right away. I have, in my life, both uttered and used the following words at some point: “Nigger. “Fag.” “Bitch.” As well as several other words that amount to the same thing as these. Note the distinction between …

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“Upon the Heath”

The above is my most recent painting. As this post, it is titled, “Upon the Heath.” oil on canvas. I am not totally in love with this painting. In fact in some key ways it is one of  if not my least favorite of all my paintings. Yet in other ways, it has done something …

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Perspective on Perspective

A week from today, my collection of lie essays, which I have titled, Thoughts I Wrote Down Because I Hate Talking to People will become available for free as an ebook. Though there are some reminiscences in the collection, it isn’t a memoir, per se. I’ve joked about writing a memoir someday. I tell people …

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Unify This. Election Edition.

What is so moral, professional, or even particularly American about unity? It’s touted as the optimum state of this republic, the golden standard by which to judge any and all thoughts, plans, activities and attitudes, especially right after an election. “Unity,” whether an elected official truly desires it, must make its way into that person’s …

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