"Taking himself seriously, so you don't have to."

Transmuting the Immutable

Posted by on Apr 27, 2018 in Misc. Prose | 0 comments

Thousands of choices, of changes, of courses, infinite variety and ever-regenerating LIFE! Live it strong, live it well, live to the utmost. I am doing my best to follow that advice.

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Free Energy?

Posted by on Aug 29, 2017 in Misc. Prose | 0 comments

What would happen to our ‘way of life’ were free energy to come?”

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An American in Anarchia, Part II

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017 in Literature, Misc. Prose | 0 comments

We met at the grocery store, the American, the Anarchist, and the Beauty. We picked the ripest tomatoes, three different types of meats, olive oils, bottles of wine. In the checkout, I gave him cash for my share,...

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A Letter Concerning Minimum Wage (with calculations)

Posted by on Mar 16, 2017 in Economics, Featured, Misc. Prose | 0 comments

This is an increase in the minimum wage. If we’d like to keep our governmental functions and stimulate the economy, simultaneously, it’s a winner. When you pay your workers enough to buy their own work, you make equity, as Henry Ford paid his employees enough to buy their own vehicles.

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Enshrining the Racially-Ignorant

Posted by on Jan 22, 2017 in Misc. Prose | 0 comments

The ultimate truth of fascism and xenophobia is this: it is ultimately self-defeating. Any ideology that excludes “the other” for “one’s own”, and attempts to enforce this, is destined to fail. It will find itself gone, destroyed, and annihilated, for the simple statistical fact that there are more “other” than there are “one’s own”.

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A Confession: Electrical Infrastructure, Indebted Servitude, the Power of People, and Personal Culpability

Posted by on Dec 31, 2016 in Economics, Literature, Misc. Prose | 1 comment

Is such a confession enough to assuage guilt? Is this “practicality”, this requirement for monetary compensation, though so short term, sufficient justification for continued deaths overseas, the perpetual pollution of our water, and the poisoning of our land?

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Orlando’s Lament

Posted by on Jun 16, 2016 in Literature, Misc. Prose | 1 comment

The perpetrator is a product of our society.

And our society is anti-intelligence, anti-prosperity, and anti-life.

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Consolidated Facebook & Reddit Comments

Posted by on Mar 19, 2016 in Misc. Prose | 1 comment

These are comments from various Facebook and Reddit pages, written over the last month. Unedited, uncensored, in no particular order, and completely without context. Despite that, there is a thread of consistency (mainly political and economic discourse), and a story to be found. Hope you find them enlightening and entertaining. [WARNING: contains strong language and stronger rhetoric.]

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Orders & Issuance

Posted by on Feb 7, 2016 in Drawings, Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 1 comment

“That government which governs least.” A natural organism, organically flowing. Governing little, in the realm of the biological.

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Primary & Secondary Personal Impulses

Posted by on Dec 11, 2015 in Economics, Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 1 comment

Results From Impulses [that is, if these impulses were to be taken as valuable, and were we to expend our energies in the capitalistic world toward enhancing these natural wants and intents among folks, that is, providing the needs, and assisting the want, in general, for as much of the population that does not have to work (to provide enough needs to comfortably supply itself), one would find these things happening, perpetually, cumulatively.]:

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