It's all around you, like smog. This train isn't bound for glory.
Background by Deak Ferrand, who pwnz.
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I am not at war with the universe - though that doesn't mean I have to like it.That's the trouble with ravers and Discordians; they insist upon liking it. The disciples of sweetness and light are characterized by grasping desperation. (And no, I'm not against it, either. Didn't I already say . . . (More)
ï¿½Fiction, myth, religion, faith, voluntary reality, ritual, and play.ï¿½ The stakes today are rather high.ï¿½ then there's "Bob".ï¿½ Why do I assert that "Bob" is the prime wholesale source of relatively uncut Slack there be?ï¿½ "Bob" said so, and "Bob"'s word is good enough for me, . . . (More)
The mental health industry has a long history, much of it politically implicated by, oh, for example, Foucault - curiously intertwined with the history of those institutions of CONTROL the government and the church. For an uncomfortably close instance of a form of authority making use of . . . (More)
I think you should worry about what you are worrying about. (By which I mean, you know, those OTHER people, not you. You're cool, right?) People are afraid, and I am afraid of that. Nephilim: Evil Giants! "Where did these giants come from and what was their connection with ordina . . . (More)
I am told that insisting on talking about your dreams means that you are tedious. I suppose I am comfortable with that. At the time, this one felt like a shocking re-acquaintance with my former articles of faith. Now, it mostly strikes me as funny. Or: "...I used to be disgusted and now I . . . (More)
Typical Devo fan at 50 Are Devo still relevant? Are you a fucking mongoloid idiot? Devo were right. Period. And when it comes to selling out, they do it brilliantly, which makes them very relevant, doesn't it? . . . (More)
In his most recent post at, of all places, the Huffington Post, demigod Paul Krassner (famed for his inimitable humor / news / sacred text magazine, The Realist) offers this pearl of wisdom: Finally, a minimalist summation of American culture excerpted from the Los Angeles Times' article on Conan . . . (More)
There may actually be nothing more persistently compelling than Shane Watson's various endeavors on these here tubes. His whole Oeuvre is almost like an ARG whose goal turns out to be finding the meaning of life. Or, perhaps, he's simply a tremendous artist pioneering a new art form previou . . . (More)
Here is a rigorous analysis of the weighty matter of rock, paper, and scissors. In a moment of weakness, I allowed myself to consider that perhaps it is ridiculous to break a long silence with something so pointless... until we ask: "Pointless" as opposed to what? For those who insist on . . . (More)
I remain very interested in persuasion as a mode of power, and as one of the engines of history. For the moment, I have little of my own to offer on this topic, but I am persuaded that like-minded souls may appreciate this psychological warfare site. I particularly enjoyed the psyops bl . . . (More)