Failing in Color

So that I better understand the issues presented, from what I gather, the popular consensus is that doing things the way we’ve always done them is more important than doing what is right. Can this be correct? We are self-chained to an ignorant, egotistical pride in believing that we cannot agree with any part of [...]

Paul Rudd Day

I think we can all agree that, societally, we are at a psychological boiling point and people have drastically opposing viewpoints on how to solve any of our issues. I don’t know the answer, but I think I have a pretty good idea of a solid first step. Mandatory random day off of work for everyone [...]

Id Disguised as Ego

Any simpleton can lie. It used to require a great deal of intelligence to be convincing to much more than half of any population.  There was once a required understanding, at least one would hope in society’s idealistic infancy, of several considerations which might allow lies to be so widely believed: the subtlety and nuance [...]

The Advancing Retreat

With each passing age, the shift in life’s necessities prompt the specialization of strength in different areas, different muscle groups, different ways. First, it was the legs, then, the back. The hands and mind followed shortly thereafter. The latter, the ever-evolving intellect, it would prove to be sufficient enough to change the world a way [...]

The Future, Speaking of the Past

(The Fourth Industrial Revolution) Everything was automatic, so efficient that people were forced by an excess of spare time and the resulting boredom to interact with one another. This should have been the best possible outcome, but it seemed to them a most torturous situation. The were terminally advanced, inexorably detached. They went on about [...]