Monthly Archives: June 2009

Sticks and Stones, Bones and Names,

I would point out that Modernity died with the 20th Century Postmodernity, broadly. Forests of neatly planted rows are more vulnerable to disease than diverse naturally selected tracts. Imperialism is the American Way, as the Mayans had their pochteca, our armies bring home “the grease” that makes the bacon that now Mom and Dad have to bring home…
What Cohen mentions as a Freedom of Conscience is unusual. Continue reading

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