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The Ancient Art of Capitulation: At What Point Do We Reject the “Lesser of Two Evils” Paradigm?

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been closely watching both the RNC and the DNC. It’s a first time experience for me. As the shadow of my thirties begins to loom closer and closer, I feel like it’s about time I start trying

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THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR Review – Political​ Horror Flick with Nothing of Substance to Say…

A movie that is so cartoonishly dumb that it makes Who Framed Roger Rabbit look subtle.

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Revenue, The Vicious Cycle Principle, AdBlockers, and Me…

I’ve come to the mountain, and have tasted it’s ad free fruits. They taste delicious, by the way. Also, websites are actually moderately functional here!

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Posted in Nerdage, Social, Uncategorized

The Ancient Art of Tacit Approval: Information, Propaganda, the Presidential Elections, and Real Voting Power…

I can’t remember exactly when it happened, but at some point there was a directed effort towards the youth of the world to engage in the political process. Now, there’s nothing inherently wrong with this position. I’d say being informed

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Posted in Philosophy Clap Trap, Social, Uncategorized

I Watch TV Sometimes: ANCIENT ALIENS, Only The Most Tenuous Connections Need Apply…

For whatever reason, last night I watched me some Ancient Aliens! I know, I was a little weirded out by it my self, but one must struggle on through the weirdness, and experience things that make their brains hurt. You know

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Posted in Television, Uncategorized

Here’s NOT Hoping(For Anything, Really): Meet “The Next Black President.” Local Georgia Filmmaker Just Made My Year! THE LAST ELECTION Trailer…

Listen, I’m not one to usually make fun of anything that comes off as “sincere.” I’m really not, but sometimes the internet forces you into making exceptions, and compromises your otherwise completely solid moral compass. Or maybe I’m just feeling

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Adventures in Reading: Matthew F. Jones’ A SINGLE SHOT

So many things in life are determined by a single action; big or small, choices always produce consequences. Cause and effect. There’s no escaping that. The thing about actually making choices is that once one is made you almost can’t

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