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The Eulogy

The only time his sister called it was because their brother was in jail or their father wasn’t doing well. It was 7 a.m. so it was more likely the latter. The old man was in hospice, slowly starving to death. “Have you even seen someone die?” she asked him. On the way back home […]

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Autistic Mercury Meets the Westboro Baptist Church – An Exclusive Interview

With such heavily centralized narratives in this country, “trolling” or what we could call driving the conversation through disruption has been an extremely successful tool and no one has achieved more notoriety for it than WBC. Do you think this is still an effective evangelical tool? How has your approach changed over time? Acts 17:6 […]

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Slouching Towards Dystopia

‘Purgatory surpasses heaven and hell in poetry, because it represents a future and the others do not.’ ― Chateaubriand. I. It begins with an allegory Modern publishing is ironically dystopian given the current preponderance of the genre. There are all the hallmarks. For example, a huge divide between the tiny minority of rich, bestselling writers, […]

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The Romanoffs, the Based & Redpilled Show That No One Told You to Watch – By Logo Daedalus

The much heralded “golden age” of broadcast television has already reached its peak. It now gives way to the mercurial silver of streaming. As Marshall McLuhan noted, the obsolescence of a medium is not marked by its disappearance, but by its ubiquity. I would add that with this obsolescing ubiquity comes liquidity, & eventually, mediocrity, […]

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