Origins of 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
No, no, let me guess?! What? (*mouth full) ah Let me guess what you're going to say next! Why? I would let you predict, manipulate, disclose the expression of anywhere from 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day... Literary tomes Yeah coz you only have 37,000 "thoughts" which IS NOTHING! An irrevocable negative bias We have anywhere … Continue reading Predictive Discourse
my mom, she vacuumed everyday. Danchi- I don't even think she had one...
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
Formerly Opportunists, the non-specialists must explore. Never stop looking over their shoulders. Is that any way to live? I am never completely at ease, and it only seems to be getting worse-largely because I don't know what to do, I have too much trauma/negative experience over last two years in particular and twelve years struggling … Continue reading The Specialists
We stood at the precipice staring at bones they didn't lie but had shattered with time That endless roar between the eyes herding us home. This is not as bleak as it sounds, we pander, to no one in particular. By holding on to that first note, it generates a feeling of suspense This time … Continue reading Don’t hold your breath