A network is built for times like these. A message in a bottle I throw into the sea. I barely know you but we are in this together. As the consequences we face vibrate forever. Boats full of Africans sailed up to the beach. Half dead and half alive they could barely speak. Seeking a […]
A secret war of ideas is being fought. It would seem the U.S. has been once again caught feeding money and data to another country. Killing many and rallying others looking for reentry Into the United States to wreak havoc. To blow up a plane and disturb our static. To disturb the apathy the world […]
Dear President Obama, This is not a letter I wanted to write as, like many, I have a lot on my plate. However, after hearing your recent Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, I am convinced that, in addition to all that the underclass of this country is expected to give, like our labor for your […]
From a recent paper on technology and post-World War II youth. The concern of young people with twentieth-century technology, particularly its use in the conduct of war as well as the civilian applications of such technology, deserve renewed attention. The specter of what Jacques Ellul in the early sixties called “biocracy”—the complete assimilation of people […]
I am only seventeen and I can not breathe. The violence and bombings have intoxicated me. I can not sleep at night seeing the blood of my people Strewn all over the street as if they are slaughtered sheeple. Five car bombs bursting in air, killing 130 civilians living in despair. Civilians just trying to […]
A change is blowing through the air One of peace and unity to those who swear. To seek empathy and unity for those who care. To seek justice and integrity for all that’s fair. This empathy can be found deep inside us all By trying to see all perspectives before we call foul ball. Fear […]
What has been America’s most nurturing contribution to the culture of this planet so far? Many would say Jazz. I, who love jazz, will say this instead: Alcoholics Anonymous.
I am not an alcoholic. If I was, I would go before the nearest A.A. meeting and say, “My name is Kurt Vonnegut. I am an alcoholic.” God willing, that might be my first step down the long, hard road back to sobriety.
This is the End Army psychologists shooting up the soldiers. Bodies found in pedophiles house. Office shoot em up, days apart. Society is coming undone. When a government practices systematized indifference to people’s suffering, inevitably already unstable people will utilize the abundant weaponry to inflict pain on others. This is the End (Read the Lyrics) […]
I love first-person shooters! That’s right! If you read this blog regularly you probably know that I am a radical pacifist, believing that war is never an option for solving a problem. In fact, I don’t believe that countries ought to have standing armies, or that soldiering should be a career option. These are all […]
Lyrics YouTube Comments Lyrics Mad World Gary Jules (cover of Tears for Fears) All around me are familiar faces Worn out places, worn out faces Bright and early for their daily races Going nowhere, going nowhere Their tears are filling up their glasses No expression, no expression Hide my head I want to drown my […]
We live in a time where we can see extreme ends of the human experience. A philosopher now is like a string theorist, desperately trying to piece together a way of interpreting these experiences in a unified way. I present the following pictures as two manifestations of data, with all the requisite sensual triggers. The […]
Stealing words and video blurbs and making them into whatever one wishes. Newspeak is at a high pitch and can be quite vicious. There’s an agenda operating here hidden under the gilded veil of patriotism, honor and duty. We are made to think without a blink that anyone who is for the government is a […]