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“…right?”

by April 13th, 2011 - Creative » Reference »

“…right?” Largely regarded as the greatest sociology textbook covering the impetus and default nature of human conversation and group formation wherein people gather in a room, close all the doors and windows and come to a positive consensus as to the olfactory quality of their collective fart…right? You’ve heard of that new textbook “…right?”

The Libertarian Conspiracy Cruise

by December 30th, 2010 - Politics » Culture » Travel »

reason, the print and digital warriors of free minds and free markets (collectively known as freedom), have put together a seven day cruise through the Caribbean for relatively like-minded vacationers. Unfortunately, it’s a bit out of my current price-range, particularly given that I’ve already spent a sum on a similarly, though quite singularly, themed trip […]

Zen and the Art of n00b Maintenance

by December 26th, 2008 - Culture » Video Games »

It would not be accurate to describe myself as a die-hard, long-storied, massively multiplayer online (MMO) video game player, but I have certainly logged a few hours in the past – intensely – and may well be on my way to deserving such a description as I’ve recently taken a few trips with VALVE‘s very […]

Drinking Games

by November 4th, 2008 - Creative » Poetry »

Four governments walk into a bar. Nature says she has been, “…and always will be”. Man over men says, “…but further through me.” Religion claims, “…and I above all of these.” Man, alone… …says nothing, orders a drink, drinks it, and leaves. None or all agree. The punch line… …escapes me.

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