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What are you all reading now?

Category: Life

Currently I'm reading Crime and Punishment and Which as You Know Means Violence. I'm really enjoying both. I love how much of a little weirdo Raskolnikov is. Which as You Know Means Violence is super interesting too. I didn't know anything about Johnny Knoxville until now. What are you reading? » Continue Reading

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Cutting open AI

Category: Art and Photography

Have you ever spent time appreciating diagrams? I LOVE diagrams, I love charts, I love scientific drawings. I draw heavily on the aesthetics of science and occupation in my own art.  Have you spent time appreciating diagrams of the human body? There is something so deeply intimate about diagrams revealing how the body functions, what its layers are, what a person looks like on the inside. A diagra... » Continue Reading

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The Need to be Critical- From "What is Green Anarchy?"

Category: News and Politics

" As the march towards global annihilation continues, as society becomes more unhealthy, as we lose more control over our own lives, and as we fail to create significant resistance to the death-culture, it is vital for us to be extremely critical of past “revolutionary” movements, current struggles, and our own projects. We cannot perpetually repeat the mistakes of the past or be blind to our own ... » Continue Reading

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Introduction to Environmental Justice

Category: News and Politics

Hey Guys, I wrote this short, simple essay for a class I'm in recently. It's just a brief introduction to some of the conversations happening within environmental justice right now, and I thought I'd share. Some may see it as interesting, and I'd love to hear where you all disagree with me. One of the key pillars of environmental justice studies is inclusion of many perspectives. Environmental jus... » Continue Reading

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A critique of Anarcho-primitivism

Category: News and Politics

I want to preface by saying that I critique this ideology not to dismiss it out of hand or be a hater, but because there are aspects of it that I simply don't understand. I would love to have a conversation about this with someone, maybe they can convince me, maybe they can't. Either way I want to add to the discourse and learn through dialogue.  To begin is a critique of the phrase. While this is... » Continue Reading

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here's how politicians talk about addiction

Category: News and Politics

Politicians seem to constantly blame Mexican cartels moving across the southern border as the cause of the addiction crisis, and say that we must strengthen the border in order to prevent our fellow American citizens from dying. This narrative misses so much its almost impossible to list it all out. First of all, people have a right to use substances as they see fit. Yes, all substances. Substance... » Continue Reading

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My thoughts on DNI lists

Category: Web, HTML, Tech

90% of the time DNI lists are the most useless, performative things. Like you see all these DNIs that just say "racists, homophobes, pedos" and it's like... Will any of these people actually see that dni and turn around and avoid you? Likely not. Either people who are these things don't identify this way and will think it doesn't apply to them and therefore will interact anyway, or they're trolls ... » Continue Reading

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The Men Who Built Industrial America

Category: News and Politics

I wanted to share something I recently found in my research. Sometimes I hear people excuse the atrocities committed by men like Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, The Vanderbilts, etc. because even though they did all that bad stuff, they also did so much philanthropy, and isn't that great? :D  Well I wanted to share something I found that demonstrates why we should NOT excuse their actions. Thes... » Continue Reading

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TV recs?

Category: Movies, TV, Celebrities

Anyone able to recommend some good detective shows? I prefer serialized, as anthologies like Columbo don't really hold my attention. I'm also looking more for something with a PI rather than a cop show, but throw out ideas and I'll work with what you give me.  » Continue Reading

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Some simple thoughts on art and politics

Category: News and Politics

Sometimes I hear people decry "keep politics out of art!" and I have to scoff because it shows how little they think. Art has been used as a political tool since ancient Egypt at least, if not longer. Art has been a political tool for almost as long as civilization has existed. The thing is, we have the luxury of looking into the past with rose-tinted glasses. We can look at a realism painting, or... » Continue Reading

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My "type"

Category: Life

So for those of you who don't know (which is all of you) I have an on-and-off obsession with typology. It comes from my larger interest in categories. Now I know it's really no better than superstition, but I think it's fun anyway :3 and I'm definitely not above superstition. So anyway... Here's my types! ENFP 7w6 so/?  My big five are: Openness (94%), Agreeableness (71%), Neuroticism (63%), Consc... » Continue Reading

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The Maintenance of Privilege

Category: News and Politics

Recently I was reading about early anarchism, and I found that a lot of early anarchism was based around women’s rights, sexuality, and free love. Some of the early standpoints of anarchism included the wrong of marital rape, the right of women to be able to choose who to marry, if / when to have sex and children, and women’s rights to the economics of their lives. An early standpoint was also all... » Continue Reading

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