Bionic

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Date registered: January 9, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Sponge’s Nightmare — January 27, 2015
  2. Shades of Black — January 11, 2015
  3. Top Hat Theory — September 20, 2013
  4. Food Stamps — July 8, 2013
  5. Revisionism — April 13, 2013

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Jan
27

Sponge’s Nightmare

Welcome to Sponge’s Nightmare, a bubbling meandering cauldron of misapplied effort and hipster poetry read to you through the trebled-feedback of  a close-contact mic by an over-weight, moled, part-time-courier-part-time-bartender bearded millennial with metered earlobes, a brim-flipped-80′s bicyclist hat, woman’s jeans and a tattoo of a chicken and pig on either foot, because it was good …

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Jan
11

Shades of Black

It was the blackest of times; it was the blackest of times, it was the age of power, it was the age of powerlessness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the resurrection of the light, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of change, …

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Sep
20

Top Hat Theory

It happens all the time. Maybe you are sitting in your apartment nursing a hangover. You’re taking fluids, maybe loading up some videogame or a Netflix show. And then it happens. Some fucking prick riding his loud motor cycle guns it down your street. Or maybe it’s some douche bag in his 0% down car …

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Jul
08

Food Stamps

As the United States continues its decline, individuals need new information to address new issues. This post will try to fill an informational void facing many young urban professionals, who, in the process of attempting to save the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed for a down payment on the typical over-priced single family home …

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Apr
13

Revisionism

Host: Well, how great it is today to be joined by Dr. Javier Jimenez, of the Historical Revision Institute. Javier, of course, is well known in post-structuralism and revisionist circles. He holds several adjunct faculty positions at Ivy League and liberal arts schools. He’s authored many books including World War II: It’s as Simple as …

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Apr
13

Siege of Drone Base Gloria

I recently read a book called The Siege of Drone Base Gloria, by Antje Bas. It’s a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the nature of drone warfare, future dystopia, as well as the “culture of protest” response by the public. An obvious, though thought provoking, comedy I give it only 6 out for 10 for observational humor, …

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Feb
02

On the West

I don’t understand the West. “The white people, they hate their own ancestors and they are doing everything they can to destroy their countries and themselves. So many of us foreigners can go to their countries and prosper at their expense.” These were the guttural words of a brutish African I overheard once in an …

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Jan
12

Ovaria Now

Host: Well, I’m joined today by Les McPherson of Ovaria Now, an institution which describes itself as second generation feminism for a globalist future. She’ll be telling us a little bit about what her institution does and how their place adjacent to the academic-industrial complex helps shape the minds of malleable females and the population …

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Nov
03

Journey Toward the Firms

A previous post introduced readers to the universe of The Good Corporation, one book in the same titled series by Lazarus Abraham about a White Collar worker who eventually turns Entrepreneur and founds a multi-strategy hedge fund that is a community in itself, both socially and physically. Having now read several other books in the …

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Jul
07

Code Green

I recently read a book called Code Green by Chris Haywood. It’s another book about a dystopian future, but with the unique quality that global high-tech despotism came about under the pretense of the well-known green agenda. The book, however, has a much less happy ending compared to other dystopian novels and, of course, to …

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