Origins of moral prejudices
Marlin Rand woke up, asleep, a dream within a living nightmare. You like to daydream, huhn? Head lost in the clouds. Are you listening? Listening not hearing. The world retracts into a distance illuminated by your reflection, the sun shaft reaching that taillight, sending shards of red through the blinds. Why do we call then … Continue reading Moral Prejudices
I have decided to write the gray American novella, where nothing is great just chalky grey like the Greys pasty anatomy of conspiracy theories where secret service reptilian half-breeds are always British. Meanwhile, the natives are restless and a stretch of doom creeps, breathless. Jagged ex-whys and all the imagination in dream land won't fix … Continue reading Find the sinkhole
After abandoning "Don't waste your time," I still needed a receptacle for the ongoing churn of real time, actual human assessment of the tools of our digital trade. I'm an unofficial tester of all things related to aortic writings of a familiar lean. I've tried most interfaces and delved into a multitude of platforms. I … Continue reading Cataloging your usage
“we can’t contain black holes, and they’d probably destroy us if we tried....”
We try anyway.
---reality' is nothing more than our dreams turned into banalities.
It's the eve of a new year, two thousand and eighteen years after the death of Christ, one of a trilogy visiting us in triage, a place we seem to be fast approaching, as we speak. Other than Hawaii, and Samoa, we are last to know the next year. I'm in some kind of hell, … Continue reading Out with the g-damn old already