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Justin Timberlake: Give my blogs back.

                         It takes an artist to mourn like an artist and blogging is no exception. When you work out so many emotions…however trivial some may be; it is a work of the soul. If I were to try and mention how many dreary nights in the Myspace generation that I typed out veritable frescoes of my angst to cyberspace I would fail to deliver it justice. Justin Timberlake, give me my Blogs back.

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Getting into Bitcoins!

I am in a very exciting time right now of expanding my mind via new world possibilities. Bitcoin currencies and other crypto-currencies so called  have caught my attention; not just because of the way they seem to be looming on the horizon of financial history like giants ready to take off but also because they are revolutionizing the peer to peer level of human business transactions. Some conspiracy theorists think that bitcoins are too indicative of a suspiciously globalist agenda but that is a little far fetched. For sure bitcoins are a marquee for an age of greater trade between developed or developing countries but as far as I can tell Bitcoins are going to mark a return to a more localized manner and mindset of handling transactions WORLDWIDE! If you are interested in learning more about Bitcoins follow me here on WordPress and on Facebook at “Learning Bitcoins”. I will be sharing my process along the way!  Also if you never have set up a Bitcoin wallet I recommend XAPO. They are a very trusted site that is very secure. Here is a referral to join for free and make a wallet to receive Bitcoin transactions  http://xapo.com/r/XX3G4R4 . You will be started off instantly with 50 bits. Also Micro- pay outs can be received directly to your wallet free of charge by following this banner to Bitcoinker! http://bitcoinker.com/img/200×200.gif

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Want me to waste alot more time on here?

I can spend a whole lot more on here! https://www.paypal.me/dillonbroxson

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I thought I was supposed to be a monk for ten years and I was almost right.

Life is a baseball shooter simulator…but that also simulates curve-balls..constantly. I remember in my life a fabric or maybe two fabrics that touched my heart deeply; they were the scapular and my makeshift monk rags. I went to very many monastic retreats but I had the heart of a hermit. I went into solitude and became close to God but I was lonely. I went into community maintaining a stance towards eternal celibacy but I ended up dating…what a sinner. God is not a box but maybe He is. He is in and out of boxes. Boxes and not boxes are both in His image and likeness. I am a monk. I may not wear my robes. I may see myself with a wife and kids one day. I may see myself as more than a spiritual father but rather a progenitor of physical flesh and blood offspring but I am a monk. My monastery is God’s cosmic temple planet earth. Jesus with the spirits of the just made perfect.. You know me.  35832_459460151392_2508011_n

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Greetings.

My name is Dillon Broxson. This is my blog “Musings of a Picture Frame Conversationalist”. In it I hope to speak all sorts of thing that matter to me and to touch upon and at sometimes even withdraw from contemporary culture. A little bit about myself: I am a skateboarder, a musician, artist, and an armchair philosopher. This comes naturally for a Southern Alabama raised gentleman like myself where table talk is just about as sweet as the tea.  I am not afraid to call myself a product of my environment to an extent just as I am not afraid to say I do not necessarily fit the Alabama mold completely either. I am a Catholic for starters and the demographics are not necessarily in my favor if you know what I mean. I love conversations of philosophy and theology, ethics and psychology as well as just plain ole silly banter. I will cover all sorts of subjects both sacred and “secular” (whatever that means) in the course of this blog. This is your way of following me and seeing what on earth I am doing. Perhaps we can share a glass of tea as we journey. Pax Dominus Vobiscum.