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Dec 26 2014

Shame on US

Published by under Politics

In light of the recently released report from Senate Intelligence Committee into the Enhanced Interrogation Techniques employed by the CIA under the direction of President George W. Bush’s administration (read the full, unclassified report here), I feel as though It’s time for a brief history lesson. In November 2003, less than a year after the United […]

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Nov 12 2014

Injustice

Published by under Philosophy,Politics

I found an old journal I have, and found an old note I had written many years ago. It was an uber simple note, two words. Anger <- Injustice It’s interesting to me, looking back now, to realize how angry I always was, and how little I was cognizant of it. I wasn’t angry: I […]

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Jan 08 2012

End of the Line?

Published by under Politics,Rants,Sad

Readers of this blog may not be aware that 4d2.org is not just where I post my crappy personal screeds; it’s also a hosting provider. Last month I posted the message below on our front page, and I’d like to repost it here as the US Congress prepares to resume its legislative session for the […]

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Sep 29 2011

Vegetarians Are Still Judgmental Assholes

Published by under Food,Health,Politics,Uncategorized

So… I came across this “comic” posted on facebook by an acquaintance.  I always assumed vegetarians got their protein at the same store where they got their self-congratulatory, moralistic, righteousness. I love you assholes. But you’re still just making emotional appeals for a lifestyle that has never actually happened naturally at any point in human […]

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Aug 10 2011

Nobody Seems to Care What’s Real Anymore

Published by under Philosophy,Politics,Rants

Or at least, some significant portion of the U.S. population seems not to. I think there have been some really disturbing trends in U.S. politics recently, and when I look the social forces behind those changes I can’t help but get the feeling that a large portion of Americans are increasingly unconcerned with the factual […]

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