Prison Sex

You know what’s really funny? The state. Oh, they’re hilarious. They strut around in their fancy suits, promising to keep us safe, to make our lives better, to uphold justice. But let’s be honest, they’re about as effective as a screen door on a submarine. They can’t fulfill any of their grand promises because, at…

Accidental Presidents

In a world where chaos often masquerades as order, and reality teeters on the edge of absurdity, there arose a curious phenomenon known as the Accidental President. Donald Trump, a man better known for his gaudy real estate ventures and reality TV antics, stumbled into the political arena like a bull in a china shop….

COVID Patience

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we were the epitome of patience. The government’s narrative often seemed detached from reality—origins in a wet market were implausible, and makeshift masks were more about a false sense of agency than real protection. Despite this, we extended the benefit of all doubts. Perhaps, we speculated, there was an undisclosed, underlying…

Right Wing Extremism

Remember when conspiracy theories were like fine wine? They needed years to mature before anyone took them seriously. Now, they’re like fast food—quick, ubiquitous, and often disturbingly accurate. The internet has turned the conspiracy validation timeline on its head. Essential facts are now just a click away, and the truth spreads faster than a politician’s…

Maybe They Mean Well

My Ring community, once a beacon of relevant information and local solidarity, has descended into disarray. What was once a forum for neighbors to share alerts about crime and lost pets has been overtaken by a relentless tide of spam. The shift began with an influx of Public Service Announcements, invariably focusing on minority issues…

How Felled?

You ever get the feeling carcinogens are everywhere? They’re lurking in every corner, just waiting to give you a dose of the Big C. They’re in your water, your food, the air you breathe. It’s like playing a never-ending game of hide and seek with death. First off, let’s talk about choice carcinogens. Some carcinogens…

Hard and Paranoid

You’ve got to be hard. Life doesn’t hand out participation trophies. Those easy answers you crave? They’re garbage. They’re for the weak, the complacent. They make you soft, and there’s nothing more shameful than settling for mediocrity. If you’re content with half-assed efforts, you might as well throw in the towel now. Real achievement, real…

Words and Symbols

The words we utter, the symbols we inscribe, they are but shadows on the wall of a cave. People clutch at these shadows, believing them to be real, constructing their lives around them. They do not see that they are chasing phantoms, mere figments conjured from the dark recesses of their minds. In their hearts,…

Resentment and Cruelty

Modern leftism, much like the communism of old, often presents itself not merely as a political movement but as a kind of secular religion. Its dogmas are professed with the fervor of the deeply devout, and its heretics are persecuted with a zeal that rivals that of any inquisitor. However, beneath the surface of this…

Small Business is Easy

Let’s get real about starting a small business. You see, everybody’s hooked on this magical idea of being an innovator, a pioneer—hell, the next Steve Jobs. But let me tell you something, forget about innovating. It’s a gamble, a real crapshoot. You want a sure thing? Just copy. Yeah, that’s right. I said it. Plagiarism…

Harnessing Antisemitism

The recent swell of student occupations and fervent pro-Hamas protests on university campuses across the United States presents a tableau both fascinating and deeply revealing. As October’s dark skies were lit not just by stars but by the blaze of rockets over Gaza, a schism has been carved deep into the heart of the American…

Strategic Mask Use

In the twilight of the pandemic’s wrath, as the world spins forth on its axis towards a semblance of its former self, there lingers yet a vestige of those bygone days in the form of masks that cover the faces of the few. They stride among us, these holdouts, their visages obscured not by the…