My thoughts on Charlottesville

If anyone out there was still laboring under the apprehension that the corporate media can be trusted, the news coverage of the “Unite the Right” (UTR) rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is definitive proof that the corporate media……


A path to freedom

Does freedom still exist in our modern world? With every passing day, “civilization” is closing in on us like a prison door slowly slamming shut. More and more of our freedoms are being curtailed in the name……


The genius of George Romero

I was saddened to learn that George Romero passed away on July 16th. I was even sadder that he didn’t turn into a zombie and take a bite out of someone with his trademark……


Time for leisure

I can’t wait for the era of unprecedented leisure that is just around the corner. Some people worry about being replaced by a touchscreen kiosk or an algorithm, but I am actually looking forward to it.

You see, people smarter than us have already figured everything out. They are going to pay……


Generation X

I am a member of what is known as Generation X, a demographic designation defined by Douglas Coupland in his 1991 novel of the same name. Born roughly between 1965 and 1980, Gen Xers are the children of post-WWII Baby Boomers. Coupland characterized Gen Xers……