Instincts vs Emotions: An Antisocial View of Humanity

Not matter what religious beliefs or philosophies we claim to hold, we all act on the knowledge that there is no God, that life is impermanent and fleeting, and that in it, we are truly on our own, every minute of every day. We act, instinctively, impulsively and repeatedly, on our knowledge of these things. … Continue reading Instincts vs Emotions: An Antisocial View of Humanity

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The World is a Shitty Place, But…

I didn't sleep last night. It happens from time to time. I went on one of my grand, spontaneous adventures through the more educational parts of YouTube. Eventually, as always, I lost track of time. Eventually, as always, one spell of curiosity led to another; minutes became hours; and when at last the light of … Continue reading The World is a Shitty Place, But…

On Nnamdi Kanu, Nigeria, and the Propagation of Bullshit

Yesterday, curiosity found me listening to the message promised by Nnamdi Kanu following his "recent resurfacing" in Jerusalem, in a YouTube video that was more clickbait than anything else. __________ I could say a thousand words about what I heard in that 34-minute rant, words about historical wounds and bloodshed; words about cultural dissent and … Continue reading On Nnamdi Kanu, Nigeria, and the Propagation of Bullshit

My Conversation With A Vegan: A Screenshot Gallery

The following are screenshots of an interesting conversation I had some time ago with a vegan, in the comment section of her blog. For obvious reasons, her identity has been omitted from the screenshots. Me: Her: Me: Her: Me: Her: Me: Me, clarifying a text rendering issue at the beginning of the last comment... and … Continue reading My Conversation With A Vegan: A Screenshot Gallery