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Case Studies in Indecency – The Burden of Proof is on the FCC

by June 27th, 2011 - Culture » Politics » Society »

The Supreme Court of the United States has decided some interesting cases in the last year. Most recently came a decision that overturned a California law banning/fining sales of violent video games to minors, leaving the moral decision of such incidents to families rather than the all-knowing Oz. Bravo to SCOTUS for making the rational […]

Caprica: Cylon Babies

by March 22nd, 2010 - Culture » Film and TV »

So far through its first season, Caprica, the prequel spin-off of Battlestar Galactica, has proven a very unique and satisfying series. Taking place on a relatively peaceful Caprica, around the same time as the invention of the Cylons, but well before their cataclysmic wars with humanity, the series is filled with so many of its […]

The Doctor Who Christmas Boycott

by December 21st, 2009 - Culture » Film and TV »

Ba Humbug!? Perhaps. Yes, I am indeed and certainly going on a Doctor Who hunger strike protesting the replacement of David Tennant with one Matt Smith. Surely…days away from already filmed and edited swan song of The End of Time…there is still time for my mighty one-man protest to have its desired effect. And…no…that’s not […]

The Nothing in Particular of Life

by September 16th, 2009 - Politics » Creative » Witty Bit Eruptions »

To pursue with whatever vigor desirous, at any given moment, any activity or object that would result in the most personally acceptable ratio of pleasure to malady, accepting responsiblity for any potential miscalculation, the only necessary external condition being that one’s actions not directly deprive another of the same pursuit.

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