Monthly Archives: April 2012

Delayed gratification: “Come Hither, Darling” is still to come.

Prepending further notice: I have not been back to this project for a few months, and I don’t know when I’ll get back to it. Everyone’s money has been refunded, and I’ll probably do something very different when I get … Continue reading

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Rats on cocaine might like Miles Davis, but all tax-funded academics know this for sure: Free money is more addictive than anything!

You just can’t make this shit up.

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From Man Alive! – “The love of Splendor is the life divine.”

From: Man Alive! A survival manual for the human mind. Extract from Chapter 12. The love of Splendor is the life divine. There is one more idea I want to take up with you, and I think it is the … Continue reading

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From Man Alive! – “Indomitable you.”

From: Man Alive! A survival manual for the human mind. Extract from Chapter 11. Indomitable you. We all know that slavery is abominable, a vile and vicious practice, indefensible on any grounds. And yet we may not know – or … Continue reading

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From Man Alive! – “A mindful catalog of mindlessness.”

From: Man Alive! A survival manual for the human mind. Extract from Chapter 10. A mindful catalog of mindlessness. I like to play a philosophy game I call Backstory. I will look at someone – anyone I happen to see … Continue reading

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From Man Alive! – “The high cost of mindlessness.”

From: Man Alive! A survival manual for the human mind. Extract from Chapter 9. The high cost of mindlessness. Because you never trained your mind to think about the ontology of human nature – don’t fault yourself for that; no … Continue reading

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From Man Alive! – “The integrity of art.”

From: Man Alive! A survival manual for the human mind. Extract from Chapter 8. The integrity of art. When I talk about Mothertongue and Fathertongue, I know that many people are straining to divide them up in their minds, to … Continue reading

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