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Thoughtcrime

We are losing. Friendly Fascism is winning. They understand it now. The internet is losing its wild west status. As I dig just a little deeper I see it. 79 more words

Conspiracy

Lovers In a Dangerous Time (Live)

In the mood for something beautiful?  Take a moment and let the beauty wash over you.  Here to help are the Barenaked Ladies with one of my all-time favorites, Lovers In a Dangerous Time. 188 more words

Songs

Recurring Characteristics in Dystopian Universes

Gray skied, desperate worlds have filled movie screens and literature more and more over the past few years. At this point when I think about these dystopian, bordering on apocalyptic, settings, I have a pretty distinct idea of what they look like. 609 more words

Science Fiction

The Curious Case Of 66A

“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed -if all records told the same tale — then the lie passed into history and became truth.”  819 more words

India

Doublethink at the double!

‘The tragedy of the Commons’ was an economic theory by Garrett Hardin, which essentially suggested that in a situation of common ownership, an individual’s self-interest would inevitably lead to depletion of the shared resources, meaning that people unthinkingly pursue selfish ends, despite the actions harming them in the long-term (and others). 888 more words

The Remaking Released!

The Remaking is now out both on Kindle and paperback. Pick it up, give it a read, and review it!

It’s something of a crossover between  30 more words

Updates

Postal Inspectors Said to be Spying on Customers

Postal Inspectors are watching you.

If recent reports are to be believed, the USPIS has installed spy cameras in post offices around the country http://gizmodo.com/u-s-post-offices-have-installed-hidden-spy-cameras-to-1691112318… 468 more words