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Kittens, quantum mechanics, pocket lint, the effects of antipositivism on sociolegal theory, why everyone is wrong but me, critical reviews of store brand peanut butter, and a chronicling of the progress of the United States' warp-drive development. And a light touch of libertarian views.

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Gatekeeping thought; what the left has become

Is it fair to paint with a broad brush? Is it fair to judge the many based on a few bad apples? No. But what is fair and what is real are two different things.We are often judged by our biggest mistakes, our worst moments, our few shortcomings, our biggest and loudest idiots.The media, by their nature, broadcasts, criticizes, and judges the loud idiots and all who could conceivably be associated with (fairly or not) said idiot. This process is a very vivid, controversial, and sensational method...

The most devastating death in Game of Thrones

was of the writing in the last few episodes.I didn't want to jump on the GoT hating bandwagon, but after season 8 episode 5, I don't really have any expectation that it will end well. It's already too late to end well.It's all been said before, but check out r/freefolk and just scroll for days if you want to get a feel for some of the devastatingly salient criticism.Logic, consistency, character arcs, and good dialogue have been utterly neglected or just cast aside for whatever reason. And the...

My hope for the audience of Game of Thrones season 8, episode 3

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Deplatforming conservatives

Among the many pernicious aspects of the social media/fake news-related hysteria since Trump started campaigning has been the one-sided censorship/deplatforming of opinions.It seemingly is always some conservative or libertarian voice getting banned, suspended, or silenced in some way when this rarely if ever happens to a lefty with comparable levels of extremism. Sometimes they are downright mainstream and/or milquetoast comments that get right wing voices banned.In the context of universities...

No time to blog. Microblog?

The older I get, the more I try to organize and simplify my life. And I always end up with less free time than before. What the hell is up with that?I miss blogging. But sadly and regretfully, I don't have time to do basic, simple, even half-assed research. Or form coherent thoug..Anyways, I do have time to microblog. Kind of like Twitter, except nothing like Twitter. Fuck Twitter. And Google (I'm too lazy to move the blog to some other place).Also, fuck Facebook.I never, ever, tied any of my...

Free-speech absolutism

I consider myself a free-speech absolutist. Even when the inevitable cliche counter-arguments arise, insisting that yelling "Fire!" in a crowded theater, or worse, hate speech is surely not protected speech. I find myself questioning the details of these hypothetical exceptions to free speech.If I really, actually yelled "fire" in a movie theater here, sans any threatening flames, I think I would get little more than dirty looks, and perhaps be escorted out. Considering the fact I was on...

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