About the Place: Ponder Place
Ponder Place is an idea I (Stephen) had November 14, 2006. I wanted to capture the dialogue of my thoughts. That was the original idea.
I decided that I wanted to tighten things up. Instead of a raw feed of my thoughts. I’d write in such a way that would encompass that ideal. But still provide a more focused writing project.
In creating this site. I made up a few words. I think you will notice I do this alot. I like it.
The Ponderline. I wanted a way for people to direct the writing. Saying “direct” is probably not very accurate. The idea behind Ponderline is that you, the reader, submit anything. It doesn’t matter what it is you submit. I’ll then take these requests and ponder on them. While pondering I’ll be writing. These will then be posted under Ponderments.
Ponder Live! is my video Ponderment. Actually, I don’t know if I can call it that. Ponder Live! is my video-something. I’m working on defining what exactly it is I’ll have for each video. But for now it’ll be whatever I think of at the time of recording.
Talent: Overall awesomeness and superb sense of generality.
Stephen was born in February of 1983. Almost immediately after birth he began assimilating information about the world. The same knowledge you gain today from his writings are gleaned from his experiences with dirt (age 1), the toilet water (age 2), black powder burns (age 16), all the way up to girls (age TBD).
Not always fully understood, but frequently understated. Stephen will capture your heart and inspire your mind.
It is rumored that during the summer of 1989 (six years old); Stephen was navigating the alleyways of a metal factory in the industrial area of his local city. It was here that he was faced with not two but twenty four undesirable characters looking to mug him of his worldly goods.
The rumor goes that Stephen fought off all twenty four of these would be muggers using words alone. It is not known the exact words used. But that year the local hospital reported two dozen cases of meltygoobrain syndrome. Which is an affliction not recognized in the field of medicine.
Yes you could say Stephen has lived a full life; however, to the astonishment of the scientific community, he has yet to complete even a fourth of his life. You can count on many new and inspirational thoughts and writings as time proceeds on its endless march into oblivion.