Political Speeches

I state ultimate claims, for the purpose of entrapment; the cause of second-guessing. Should one contest my claims? Is it in anyone’s best interest to negate my premise? I do not think so. If someone were to negate my [ultimate] premises, then they’d be giving me their final option. Is negating me worth an exchange for your ultimate and most intimate political belief? Perhaps. How small is my opposition? Is it worth to harm me and face the repercussion and humility of a failed attempt, to try and stop me? What if you fail? What if I fall short? If I do, I’ll be in a better position. If you disagree with me, then you have betrayed or bestowed your own confidence. As methods I have studied, I have conceded a small margin of error in my attempts. Many of the Christians are patrons to [white] magic; I am involved in the dark arts.


Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, I was taught this in psychology on steroids.


Educated and Godly as I am astute, I welcome a question of your own concern. Would you like my rebuttal, or would you be fixed on a converse disposition? Would you know in your mind that you are going to disagree?

Wealth abounds the lacking of judgement, fore the judge had not shown his face to the religious. Per the agnostic, the Master claims his reign. The Devil worshippers have a God, and dont let them tell you any different. This book of mine has professed my path to the power that’s innate, for me. I could not trade anything in the world for this potential, without my soul dying, or something else inside of me. I have studied many truths.

Notice that my words are independent of any higher power, today. Acknowledge that I am fixed on a position to claim, that I want each of you to agree with. Donald Trump in his 2016 presidency attempt is 69 years old. He inherited over $200 million dollars from his dad. He is not a genius, nor a prodigy, nor an overcome of any tribulation. Donald Trump is an example of money working its depth. Could you be satisfied if you had all the money you wanted? Or would you be looking for something else? If someone offered you “Everything you want in the Universe;everything”. Would you ask for enough? I know exactly what I want.

Numbers and math become more fluent with logic. Numbers of people, traffic, and commodities, are the only possibilities. Democracy, democracy, and democracy. It is fortunate to have such freedom. I know that if people were stripped of their liberties, then would find some things to be happy about: memories, collegiacy, labor and its fruits, and all that is Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. There must be people that crave power for the right reasons, like me.

The men of peace, I have to ask, how long do you plan to be deprived, and whom is your benefactor? Revolutions, CIA, and KGB, you get what you see. What you know is probably correct.


Master H. W. A. O. D. Isom


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My Need to Propagate

Understand, each and every one of you are going to buy into some belief; perhaps a system. I have a system, and a belief: The Human race is dominant and can flourish. What could divide this?- Racism, guile of motive, and lack of human discipline. I, Master Isom, am introducing a final way of life and mode of government operation. I know that we humans are capable of achieving what we set out to do. I also know that today’s technological distractions impact our World leaders. Why would a leader of a seemingly prosperous nation, tear down another rising, contributing nation? Us humans today in 2016 are not trusted enough to make this decision, yet, the Master has these capabilities.

Shall I bite my tongue, rise the rebellious opposition to human progression. My ideals are more application than theory. Natural selection permits certain people to rise above others. Can you refute this? Can you say that Ape DNA is so close to human that they have the same opportunities as humans? Is it not a fact that the inherent wealthy have a contention along with opportunities, and that the inherently financially stifled host the converse? I’ve yet to scribe this simplification, yet some bear witness to my logic in person (some were privileged in this manner).

I must influence the masses. I am a great orator. My personalism and charisma is uncanny, Godly, and serene. The opportunities that I come across, mean more to me than for others; that is why I perform extraordinarily. However, it is a fact that I have to have supporters, concerning my political gains. I want you to support me because of my logic and reasoning. Im faultless and guiltless; call this Godly. I still have desire for the same thing (World control), regardless of my current disposition. As rational humans, we all know that Democracy is a farce that was a bland European ideal by Monarchs, or the [children] of these Monarchs. Lets give control to a Master that grants permittance to ultimate human progression, and unrelenting punishment to the undeserved. I am fair, rational, patient, and charismatic. This is what a world leader should possess.

I am telling you the truth, so that you know that I am the right leader for the Earth today and the human race and their future.


Master H. W. A. O. D. Isom.

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Perversion (Prose)

Play the Audio Dictation Per Version Prose!


\We people in life love all that live; this is perversion.
Only today, would we permit the non-beneficial and yet, be so blind as to perceive the beneficial as cantankerous. Considering, what is beneficial?

Only a pervert pursues altruism over personal benefit. Benefits benefitting benefiters is fitting; let’s be critical.

Deniro devil

Robert De Niro in, “Angel Heart” of 1987

Refuse remains, delusional stains; intrusions are blamed. Well-worded aversions alerted the merchants; the government’s working. Perks of perversion are frugal aversions; progression is certain.

Nature claims the future; the past stays to last. The righteous are CLEARLY perverted because their time neglects the mass. For death I raise the numbers, I pray this day will be. That I could host the lunch of my January decree.

Perverted you are, admit it. Your purity has a taint. For suredly scarred, committed, at large are minutes you desecrate. Defiled you are for sure, I hold the remedy [has the key]. Far from you am I for you know I’m the Master, I’m Me.

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This Type of LEADER

My favorite historical figure to date is, Joseph Djughashvilli, or Joseph Stalin, the Man of Steel. I’m a highly charismatic and personable person; there’s nothing I could do to change that fact. I could call a butterfly a fish and prove how it could be one, yet I cannot change the make-up of any organism, neither can the media, nor can any objecting person.

I study dictatorship, prosperity of nations, and ‘coming to fruition’ stories, “all the led-long day”. As I had decreed in my political manifesto and first non-fiction novel, that Socialism is the least substantial form of government and that Communism is actually the beginning to provincial equality. The best thing a country could have is a sole dictator with the best interest of its’ people. A dictator for North America would progress the world at an unprecedented rate and help to unify the human race as a unit. However, I am posting to talk a bit about Joseph Stalin.


Joseph Stalin made the Cover of the USA Media Reporting journal, Time Magazine, Twice (while he was alive!)!!

I’m an excellent and rich entertainer, company, and conversationalist. At the premiere of this personal actualisation, I would ask people in my company whom was their favorite historical figure. I know that these can change upon newly retained knowledge. I was talking to a man very briefly and I liked his accent (it was Demitri Petrovsky-esque!). I asserted that I was a fan of Stalin, and he replied that Stalin murdered millions of his people and that he was from Poland. Interestingly, the man asserted that regardless of his personal historic losses, that the world needed a leader like Stalin. He told me that he liked “The man from the West [of there]”, of which I replied that I disagreed with the artists’ ideologies.

I KNOW where the world is headed, and I am going to do what is necessary to put myself in the position of this global leadership; I was built for this (I cannot change this fact). However, challenges arise and measures must be taken behind decisive instincts. I’d rather try to make the World better than watch it go to this bushwa Hell. I’ll be voting for Bernie Sanders for the 2016 election, because atleast he’s an astute and progressive Socialist. Donald Trump, I do not trust him. You can trust me.

The American Democracy for Social Independence of the Heartland

Managing Director

M. H. W. A. O. D. Isom




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Ready, Set, BOTS!!: Rising to the Challenge of Engineering

If you recall the 1998-2004 TV show, “Robot Wars”, then something like this may look familiar:

Classic 90's Robot Wars

Pic from http://mondaymorning.nitrkl.ac.in/. A classic Robot from from the 90’s, when tenacity had no soul!

Chainsaws, ejecting and retractable prods, spinning hammers, and all types of medieval and modern weaponry thwarted these home-made robots into the arena with one objective: PREVAIL AS CHAMPION!! The science of these constructions is engineering. Engineering helps solve problems and helps things work together as a unit (my self-definition). The calculus of these final constructions dictate success or not; whether the output was optimized or not. I’m a writer first, then, a fan of knowledge, and then a bunch of other things after that. Considering that I exude knowledge through writing, perhaps I am a fan of knowledge first? Either way, my disposition states my relating knowledge and writing. I was heading into my night class that was two hours and fourty-five minutes long and I see a large concession sign. I thought that an event had been held in the new EC3 center in Elizabethtown, KY (where most of my regional WKU classes are held), but was informed upon inquiry that there would be a robotics competition on 2/7/2015 from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM EST. I put the verbal invitation in my pocket (actually on the top of a page of notes I would later take during class!).


Photo taken by Harrison Isom

This center enables HS students to college credits after passing certain prerequisites. At WKU fall ‘2014, I met a young lady that was a first year college student and a sophomore, due to her college credits earned while in HS (30). This ambitious CIA employed seeker, is now going to be a triple major in the same four years that many college student will earn one degree! Inside this building, banner’s dripped spirit from respective Hardin County High Schools and Middle Schools in Competition; none more feared that my school of Alum, Central Hardin High School. Upward the stairs, tables freckled the floor with hand-made robots, both compacted and erect like towers. Straight ahead was the Game-Zone.

Travis Yates Interview

Me and my inquisition fell me into the expertise of a young man’s grand-father. The subject of our discussion was 7th Grader, Travis Yates.

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I was pleased to be able to get the competitive engineer’s attention post-face-off. He was humble in telling me that his partner, Matthew V. did most of the construction for the robot, while he helped with the motor (as far as engineering is concerned). I observed becoming traits from Travis: a regal humbleness, and honor to display his skills, from a thunderful competitor (his competitiveness was told to me by his Grandfather). I noticed that Travis’ robot was pivoting for a couple of seconds and asked him what challenges he faced during his driving in competition arena. He replied that a wheel wasn’t responding to the control request. This can be seen at 0:53 seconds. in the above video. Travis remains back in action as he still has atleast four games guaranteed in the Round Robin’ style, Tournament play. I asked Travis what sparked his interest in the mechanics of robot engineering. He responded that he used to hold a flashlight while his dad would work on automobiles; this is a humble beginning for a strong aficionado.

Travis Yates and Mathew v's robot, 534, at the VEX competition at Etown's IC3 building in 2015.

Travis Yates and Mathew v’s robot, 534, at the VEX competition at Etown’s IC3 building in 2015.

Grant and Clay- Robot 5454F

Travis Yates also told me that in the future he would like to study engineering; so would I, at perhaps a Master’s or PhD level. If not, I like to intrigue myself on the theories of engineering. I step out of the arena area and see  the white sign I saw Thursday night, CONCESSIONS. The best part of the concession was the affordable prices. I was led by Travis’ Grandmother to see him again, she was pointing to a monument of a robot that pronounced terror among debted competitors. I spoke shortly with Travis about the scoring system before I met two students from ECS or Elkhorn Crossing Schools. I found out that the engineers and robot builders were not too engulfed with the name of their machines, in fact, one team from ECS mentioned that they were not allowed (by their faculty instructor) to name their robot, which makes sense to me. I spoke with Grant Henderson, whom was a fourth year VEX competitor and HS sophomore and another one of his three teammates, Clay Hicks. The two were quick to tell me that competing in VEX tournaments was a team effort. Grant was the Chief Strategist and Builder/Designer and Clay was the programmer and driver. Clay explained to me how these machines are made from scratch.

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Currently, I am studying HTML5 coding, and extra points in the VEX competition are awarded for the best ‘Autonomis’. Autonomis is when the robot acts according to a computer code that was programmed for it. What happens exactly is that the code for ‘Autonomis’ is downloaded to the Robot’s ‘brain’ with a USB. Then the ‘brain’ is synced with the controller by a ‘tether-cord’. From there, it’s remote controlling and execution in the arena. Grant and Clays blueprint plans were in the hands of judges in hopes of winning the, “Award for Excellency”. In the past the two had won  2 tournaments and a Judges Award. I would guess that they will win more than that in the future to come. Take a look at how their robotic machine works, in action!

Finally, I’m back at the concession stand. “Can I have a hotdog?”. They were not ready. $1.00 for a hotdog, sure. I’ll wait. Meantime, I see three amigos in familiar blue shirts. They turned out to be Elkhorn students too. The team functioned like the others team, and are competing for a common goal, engineered supremacy and championship. Through lateral conversation, I discovered that this team gotten a bid to state earlier this season. So they are competing for more accolades today. Aaron Wesley was the controller, Michael Law a builder, and Maddie Wood, the coder, to say the least. This was their 5th year competing in VEX Robotics competitions. They truly dominated by a wide margin at this game, and it is too bad that my amateur leaf came into my writing domain tonight, because I do not have their video. If I do find it, then I will post it. Sorry guys, if you’re reading.

So, even though I am a business student, I know that engineering and architecture holds keys to the formatting of the physical future. All the students mentioned in this article said that they would like to or plan to study engineering in post-secondary school. Today, they all Rose to the Challenge of Engineering.

Harrison Isom signing off!!

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My Eyes Decieve Me

Astronomy was a fascinating class; difficult, yet a satisfying finish. I learned about the phenomena of perceived sight as well as the minutely precisioned pivotal points of space telescopes, like the Hubble, called arcsecs. An arcsec is 1/3600 of a single degree angle.

This is a most-famous image taken from the ever-so slightly pivotal space telescope called, The Hubble Space Telescope. The resolution of this picture of distant galaxies was taken at 0.05 arcsecs.

When taking pictures, space telescopes have very fractional margin for movement, in consideration to their targets of photo that are often tens of 1000’s of light-years away. One false move, and blurry goes the picture. The human eye is enabled to perceive light from the sun. Without going into a chemistry (combustion/fission) and astro-spill, photons are produced by the sun. Humans do not see light merely. Humans receive protons in order to process light; this is the general scientific consensus of explaining human sight.

The Theory of Never Feeling Me (Rhymes with Theory of Relativity)

I could be fresh out of the shower, dressed up to produce an event, or maybe going to play golf. I’ll think to myself, “Hey. I look pretty good. Really good, actually.” Snap! A picture taken, maybe by my mom, a friend, sibling, or colleague. Sometimes I may say solicit the photo to be taken, “Hey, take a picture of me. I’m feeling pretty good.” Now here’s the phenomena. I look a these photos and often-times have snuffed. What happened? I could have sworn I looked like a quarter-million dollars. Whats with the down-grade? Let me check again. Okay, that’s me; there, in the mirror. And yes, I do look like a quarter-million bucks. I was telling some students at the University about my perplexing observation.

During my discussion:

Elementarily, the brain controls the functions of the body. So what controls the brain? I say the soul, intuition, or survivalists instinct. A student that is from the Magnet school, Gatton Academy, was chiming in on the conversation I was having with a lower classman. The Gatton student assumed that perhaps man could instinctively perceive himself to look better than actually, in order to encompass the courage to pursue a mate. This is a stifling assumption. I knew that my eyes were manipulating these ‘photons’ or nodes of enabled perception, yet I did not know why. How could I look so good in the mirror and not look as great in an actual photo? Do I look as handsome to other people? I could not know unless I draft a survey; the latter, I have not and will not (in order to spare my ego the blow!).

The Gatton Academy student had a great point. In 2014, a Gatton student score perfect on his/her SAT; truly for that student the sky is the limit. I doubt I was in his presence of feedback being that this student was still attending Gatton. Maybe someone else has experienced the phenomena I call, the Theory of Never Feeling Me. If so, let me know in the comment section.

Cal of Calamity

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The Answers in Front of Me

I’m thinking money. Funds. The fundraising of money to sustain a goal I have. I packed my planner and head to a bar I knew wouldn’t be in party mode in the early afternoon. That morning, I had just passed the mile mark on my jog and looked right at a glaring marquee above E-town’s, Historic State Theater. I caught a staff member headed into the building and took receipt of an invite inside to scope a venue for an event I have in mind. The sun not yet peeking, I still bled beads of sweat on the blue, thin carpet inside. I’d take the informative documents I collected and stuff them in my shoe, later to unravel them at a private table in Los Chalupas, my place of planning for the mid-day. I order a tallboy to supplement my exerts; perhaps the barley’d give me some protein. The complimentary chips and salsa certainly made for a nice filler.

I jotted, outlined, and literately brainstormed until I felt compelled to close my journal and check out the one of the best baseball players of my day, Derek Jeter, play his last MLB All-Star game, on the Latin-themed pub’s television. Now on the relax, a young man sits a couple of tables from me. Sports theory conversation, and general sports talk were volleyed back and forth, and eventually, I got acquainted with the Geologist based in Texas named, Nick. Me meeting a Geologist was far more intriguing than watching my favorite baseball team’s star player making his permanent exit from the game of baseball. Derek Jeter has established a book publishing company, perhaps he and I shall have much business to discuss in the near future.

Nick and I had sparse conversation over the distance of short tables and chairs, then exchanged phone numbers for when he would come back to Elizabethtown, I could show him some dining and entertainment spots. Before I left he and I talked about the job market, concerning career progression, and I noted from his experience, the importance of networking. I am to connect with a Geologist to swing golf clubs at the driving range of my local golf resort in less than a week! This is an exciting and big deal to me. As a business student, I get to further observe the microeconomics of a Geologist’s choice to study the lands, as infer upon the macroeconomics (concentrated) of Geologists’ necessary contributions to global progression and sustainment.

He and I acquaint with the parlor as I familiarize him with the parameters of our meeting place. I show him to the allocated driving range, and heave my vintage golf clubs out from my trunk; the irons chyme an amateurs tune on the way to the driving deck.

Interview with Nick the Geologist

I ask Nick why he wanted to become a Geologist. Was there a fascination that emanated from his youth?

Nick replied that he had taken a Geology course in college that he enjoyed. He stated directly in context, “[I] don’t want to be punching around the keys”. Field work is a major aspect for Geology professionals, and this Geologist did not find a cubicle job ideal.

Nick earned his Baccalaureate Degree from Cal State University and his Graduate Degree from Auburn University. After Nick mentioned that he was proclitive to a job such as a forest ranger (while in school) where he can be outside for occupation, I found that it was my safe assumption that his travels were a perk.

Nick’s Job of a Geologist

Nick was in Kentucky supervising an operation that consisted of “core drilling”. Core drilling is a common method for mineral exploration. Nick’s company, Lehigh Hanson, conduct mining in Kentucky for usable material. 50% of surface rocks in Kentucky are limestone (http://www.uky.edu/KGS/rocksmn/limestone.htm). The mission of Lehigh Hanson produces concrete, asphalt, aggregates, clay bricks and more. After Nick’s team extracts the limestone that had been mind for, the sample is tested. The testing process for limestone  adhere to ASTM Standards and follow four main steps:

  • LA Abrasion
  • ASCMC 128, 131
  • Sulfate Magnesium Test
  • Test for Specific Gravity

Perhaps the largest factor in determining that limestone (or other grounded, minable materials) are not usable is Alkalie Silicone Reaction or ASR. Nick elaborated that in concrete testing a “rock [could] take in too much water and break apart”. I infer that using material with a high Alkalie Silicone Reaction could result in a liability to the manufacturer if any damages were to occur to a person resulting from this faulty material’s usage in a structure. Geology.com reports that, in 2007 68% of all crushed rock in the United States was Limestone. Considering that large number, Nick’s tests are imperative to his company’s overall efficiency.

Wzzzzz. My ball jumps off of my four iron an hits the back side of a ground mesa on the driving range, about 170 yds out. Most shots were dead on. I didn’t exactly tell Nick that this is probably my best swinging day of this Golf season, so far; I left a little to imagination. Out comes the waitress with another pale ale for me and a large pizza Nick ordered. I sit back down to talk after zinging another ball toward my mark. Thinking Geologically for lateral conversation, I talked of the fact that the Asian Carp had been found in Kentucky. Asian Carp is a fish that reproduces more quickly than Kentucky Native species. This means that there are more Asian Carp eating more ‘food’ in the same ecosystems of our native fish. This has caused a lot of concerns for fisherman and Kentucky Wildlife enthusiast. I heard that the fish isn’t as good to eat as a primetime Bass or a Kentucky Catfish. In an effort to control this immigrant’s (Asian Carp) population, The Kentucky department of Fish and Wildlife hosted a commercial fishing tournament in Kentucky Lake and Barkley Lake on March 12-13, 2013.  The effort to “limit the number of Asian carp swimming in our waters”, relieved out Kentucky waters of over 82,953 pounds of Asian Carp (Source). That’s a lot of fish that could have been affecting our prided Kentucky waters.

A Chariting Guest

Nick an I were joined in company by a physical therapist named Rachel. She put a bug in our ear about her attempts to “cross the line” concerning opening doors of communication in [her] neighborhood.” Rachel spoke of when she had a lake/pond in her community in South Carolina that had been diminishing because of local inhabitant pollution. Her efforts were chartable:

  • Administer a neighborhood group to support the cause
  • solicit for  volunteers and grant writer
  • petition the city for money to help this effort

Rachel’s won a grant from the city for, City Beautification. The $1,500 helped buy equipment, feed her volunteers, and buy chemicals to clean the the barrened lake. She mentioned that when she left this South Carolina community that the support efforts had left with her.

Interview with Nick

Since I have not met a Geologist before Nick, I asked him about his connection with nature.

Nick gave me a leery look, yet a direct answer.  Nick uses good judgement when he’s in the field on the job. Nick will not blatantly kill an animal that isn’t harming him, yet, the jobs must get finished. He told me of a story when a D8 Caterpillar had run over a snake, while his company was clearing land. Whether or not the snake survived is unknown, but Nick tossed a tailed snaked out of the CAT’s path into the woodwork.

While another time, Nick told that he saw a large, poisonous black widow near a toolbox at his home. The Black Widow had to perish at the hands of the dominant species that day. Nick phrased in response to his discernment with wildlife and doing his job that, “I don’t kill things unless I have to.” This young man does well at what I call, administration discernment in regard to company goals.


Nick was now up to the tee-off deck. Not too impressed with my amateur set of clubs, he took a heavy swing that earned his ball a seat at the near 200yd mark, with a 4-iron. Impressive. He took a few more swings and finished with a straight shot that  I lost in the darkening sky, above some trees afar.

I think of how I feel about capitalism and the lesser evil that is, personnel expandability. Nick aspires to establish a career in off-shore drilling. There is big money in that. The Texas-based Geologists is not a fan nor a patron to fracking neither, suggesting that increased earthquakes are a proof of the practice’s harms. As I again prye into how he feels about capitalism in the free market, he replies, “To each his own”.  Surely, Nick is qualified enough to change careers, and having supervisory experience at mining sites will certainly help his chances of becoming an offshore drillingprofessional job. I know this transition of ground-rock mining to oil has been made before. So with Nick, the Geologist and his aspirations for ‘black gold’, he may one way or another acquire that house on the lake, that had been a haven of his youth.

The work-week night is getting late as some cornhole enthusiasts from Virginia, make their way onto the patio. Nick had to get to Home Depot before they closed. He had to pick up some acid. Nick educated, “Acid effervesces if its calcium carbonate”. I told him that my readers would surely know what that means.


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