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Ruins of Bureaucracy 3

Article. This level of bureaucracy combined with compulsive behaviorism, which, btw, is the only way to have a career in either government or corporations, is also why it deserves the title American’t. Compulsive behaviorists represent it all, dear worstReaders. These pawns, these subhumans that manage to have “careers” only because so many others (most of […]

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Moving Backwards

Subtitle 1: The intricacies of a minimalist computer user with too many choices. Subtitle 2: Returning to Snow Leopard Note: Been drinking too much. Aka the byproduct of Xmas season and gluttonous living that has reared me. With that in mind… Oh, dear worst-reader, it’s been yet another long, moist, obnoxious and humdrum season of […]

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Ruins of Bureaucracy 2

Please, I’m not one of those government haters. I only wish that government could, somehow, work better. But that’s asking for to much because it would require the participants of democracy to actually participate. With that in mind, dear worstReader, this whole Aaron Swartz story really gets under my skin. Is there a better example […]

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Ruins of Bureaucracy 1

RIP Mr. Swartz. American’t didn’t invent interwebnets. Nor did it invent non-steam-driven horse-n-buggies. And it most certainly didn’t invent the lie of the mind. But what American’t did invent is the be-like-me-or-be-not, the my-way-or-the-highway, among many other authoritarian accolades. And now we all sit (t)here and don’t think much about freedom. No. Indeed. We think […]