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The Uncanny Pleasure of Time Travel Self-Love

by September 14th, 2011 - Science » Propecia side effects » Cephalexin for sinus infection »

I have a particular recurring dream. I am in a threesome with a paranormally beautiful woman and a copy of myself with whom I go to great lengths and pains of pleasure to create a multitude of singular sensations for all. So deep into our craft and lost in its delights are me and myself, […]

The Video Game Gene

by May 18th, 2011 - Generic prozac » Video Games »

My ancestors had long been blessed with a gene whose only function is to help one excel at video games. It simply hasn’t presented itself because video games only came into being during my generation. My grandfather toiled in the fields just to get by, but had he been playing Harvest Moon or Farmville he […]

Critical Reform of Public Education

by May 13th, 2011 - What is keflex » Tretinoin »

Through the course of what would be grades 7-9, replace the entire curriculum with math, science, logic, research and writing activities responding to every episode of Penn & Teller: Bullshit and the grim meathook reality of The Wire.

Infinite Contrarianism

by April 13th, 2011 - Science »

While I have great passion for the subject, I would love to find out that all of mathematics is completely wrong and that we’d only been very lucky with all of the engineering projects we’ve accomplished over the course of our existence. Somewhere above us floats an invisible spaceship with benevolent aliens looking on, ready […]

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