Tag Archive for Anti-Renaissance Thinking

Deaths In The Halls Of “Higher” Education


The old maxim, “Know your enemy”, falls flat when the act of learning casts suspicion on the student. I studied Japanese and Arabic, two cultural groups with low prestige that come under suspicion by cons in the US, and found… Read more…

The Intergalactic Secret Police


Alex Jones lives in my town. He misreported on my father’s death. The FBI raided my family’s house because my father ran the Palestinian Children’s Welfare Fund that passed out money and clothes and toys and planted trees and dug… Read more…

Dragnet Doldrums


No matter what tech support number I call, I get the same person. They know too much of my personal information and data, so much so that they can even suggest what the problem sites are during an internet tech… Read more…

The Walls’ Ears Have Ears ‘_’;;


Teaching English to half the planet has created an environment in which people who do not have your best interests in mind, people who still care about race, religion, geography, community, history, and nationality and want to use it against… Read more…

The Gods Of Thieves


I hate it when a product breaks, and I am given a refurbished model after sending it in for a repair. The refurbished model is NEVER as good as the original. I’ve even traded for a refurb of a refurb,… Read more…

Mutants Welcome v. C


Right now, I’m trying to build a Nuka Cola & Cryo Cream “Floats” Space Bar in Bethesda‘s Fallout 4 Workshop \ Creation Club Mod System, as obtainable, and giftable, through the Steam ( https://www.steampowered.com ) web portal. Pictured: Steam Client… Read more…

A Story of Three Moons


Moon One chases Moon Two and Moon Two chases Moon Three. Moon Two and Moon Three get smaller and worse, but Moon One Stays the same. This makes Moon Two get smaller faster than Moon Three. This makes Moon Three… Read more…

Shadowed Mind


For you, dear reader, so that you can know what kills us when we are at our weakest: In death, I feel as though I am changing rapidly in size, in warped relationship to the things in my environment, so… Read more…

A Little Turbulence in The Land of The Renaissance


We need a check for unsurvivably¬†inserted items when regenerating universes, every time before the restocking schema bustle into place, to catch deadly items that are reintegrated into the environment by reality generators. (From the observations of my sequential perception and… Read more…