Envy is for Losers

Well, there’s a story to be told here, about a consultant, a real good consultant, one of those guys who knows his stuff and knows how to bill for it too. You see, this consultant, he made a transition, a leap, if you will, from corporate consulting to working directly for his client while keeping…

We Need More Laws

Somewhere in the Midwest, between the sirens of tornadoes and the cries of cornfields, a man named Arthur Winslow bought an impossibly expensive telescope. This wasn’t just any telescope; it could probably see the furrows on God’s brow if God leaned in close enough. His fascination wasn’t with the stars, which many presumed. It was…

The Ladder to Nowhere

In the sprawling metropolis of New York City, amongst the steel-and-glass behemoths that pierce the clouds, the Great Ladder of Corporate Ambition beckons. It’s an electric invitation, illuminated in neon blues and dizzying golds, flickering for all who seek success in that grand capitalist play. “Climb that ladder!” they tell you, with eyes gleaming and…

Becoming An Officer

Once upon a time in a world not unlike our own, Richard Gray served in deserts far away, in lands called Afghanistan and Iraq. These lands, ancient and vast, sang tales of war, of heroes and monsters, of victories and losses. Richard, a young man with eyes as blue as the English sky, was a…

Job Had Such Patience

In the ancient scrolls, there exists the tale of Job, a man of faith and righteousness, beset upon by a tempest of despair and calamity. His plight, they say, was a divine test, an examination of his fidelity in the face of the abject void. From his story was born the saying, “Job had such…

Post Hustle Culture

Through the deep and shadowy hallways of cultural progression, the death knell tolls for the Hustle Culture. Critics, who roost like carrion birds on the fringes of society, have declared its end. An end as inevitable as a setting sun, an end borne of the insatiable gaze of those who covet wealth but shirk from…

Just Let Me Grill

There lies a solace, a deep yearning embedded in the marrow of man, to sever the chains of the ceaseless chatter of modernity, to retreat, to find refuge within the tranquil parameters of a humble abode. A longing for the sanctuary that is the suburban calm. Here, the desire manifests as a primal urge, a…

AI Gonna Hurt

In the great swath of existence, in the silent hinterlands of the heart, lies the paradox of love. It stands at the crossroads of the human condition, a keen edge cutting both ways. The weight of love, the full gravity of it, can’t be comprehended without an openness to the rending of oneself. To be…

Tech Magnates Are Grubs

Big Tech magnates are creeps with empty souls lurching for the abyss. They are grubs and vermin wrecking humanity from within because of their tortured psychological disposition. They are equal parts: It is fitting that what they build reveals the essence of the crooked soul that conceived them. Our smart phones are hopelessly stupid and…

Poison is a Legitimate Business

You can sell all kinds of poison if you market it properly. Food is an easy way to kill people. Sell them snacks that will slowly degrade them and as an alternative sell them low quality unhealthy versions of real food. Spray the fruits and vegetables with powerful pesticides that don’t wash off. As health…

Preparing For the Future

Emerging trends clearly indication how young boys will have to find good career paths. Since 2015, women are the majority of college graduates, now at 60% and projected to continue increasing their dominance. “In the next few years, two women will earn a college degree for every man, if the trend continues, said Douglas Shapiro,…

Take an Extended Break

You can take a break for a while and rediscover yourself again. A short pause might be enough, or a few years if you need. Shift your costs to the public while getting free food, housing, and medical care. Small crimes will get you 60 or 90 days away from jobs. More significant crimes might…