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Power and Human Nature

Powerlessness. Synonymous with impotence. And it’s something most of us can relate to. We live in a proverbial cage of iron laws; from the the government, economy, social constructs, and the basic laws of physics of course, we are surrounded, … Continue reading

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A Letter

Dear~ In reply to the ails of your mind: I understand why you have no motivation, I do. It’s because the West has grown soft with age and raised a generation of sheep. Worse than that: cattle too fattened and … Continue reading

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My Biased Opinion is Correct

Is it really being biased when I take the side of science and human reason? I believe that science is our best way to collect the most accurate data available concerning our universe and reality. I don’t believe it is … Continue reading

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The Next Generation of Bullying

People today are a bunch of pussies. My generation (1980-2000 and onward the trend goes), me, we’re all a bunch of squishy livestock and too many of us have panic attacks when we lose power for a few hours. One … Continue reading

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The Iron Astrolabe

  the iron astrolabe: a cage of iron laws cold metallic orbits inhabited by emblazoned beasts set in motion above us, below us, within us casting shadows and illusions around us we toil, burn, blister, sweat, and bleed we shit, … Continue reading

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