The Best Last Words of American Presidents

For the last 238 years Presidents of the United States of America have been some of the most powerful people on the planet. They were all men of many words, and some of… Continue reading

Five Questions (Story)

At Future Industries, security is key. A company that specializes in controversial technology cannot afford to treat security with anything less than the upmost concern. Competitors could try to steal their secrets. Disgruntled… Continue reading

Bad Advice From Philosophers

Philosophy means a love of knowledge. Many of the greatest thinkers in history were philosophers, both knowledgeable and wise. Many of them thought, “If everyone listens to me, then we will all be… Continue reading

The Truth about Civic Duty

Once again, I have been summoned by the mighty county clerk to serve the gods of justice. It reminded me of something I wrote a long time ago about jury duty: Public institutions,… Continue reading

Drugs in History

Lets face it: everyone loves drugs. From Tylenol to LSD, ingesting substances to fix our problems is as human as philosophy and giant piles of garbage. (A lot of philosophy is a giant… Continue reading

What to say on the Phone

When talking to a receptionist on the phone, to set up an appointment or ask for information, there is a specific way the conversation should go. Almost like a script. At the end… Continue reading

Anarchists

Anarchists are misled. The whole point of humanity is to struggle against nature. Anarchy is the natural state of the universe. Even the most perfect systems will eventually give way to entropy, and… Continue reading

Clothing Options

I often go into the grocery store late at night, just before the place closes. This way, I can avoid the masses of people who don’t know what they want, and think the… Continue reading

Bits of Bad Advice From Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends are, according to every English teacher and Magic: The Gathering enthusiast, important stories that teach us valuable lessons about life. This isn’t always the case. Sometimes they teach lessons that… Continue reading

Naieveatron

A heavy silence filled the night air, along with the smell of wet asphalt and motor oil: the smell of a city recovering from a rainstorm. The streets were abandoned, save for a… Continue reading

Skeletons in the Closet

“Skeletons in the Closet.” Is a weird phrase. At the time it was first used, did people make a habit of killing people and then putting them in their closets? “Oh, I guess… Continue reading

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