Tag Archives: capitalism

Where capitalism and art intersect

I’ve been thinking and reading more about this Goodreads drama (for a brief overview, see my last post). Since I was out of the drama, I don’t know the extent of this or the bullying or the retaliation by authors. … Continue reading

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If you liked it then you shoulda put 3 rings on it

So Romney’s plan to address pay disparity is to hire women to his cabinet. Good answer! edit: I just edited this to include my vulgar haiku.

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No one actually thinks they’re a hypocrite

After doing some shopping today with my family, I was approached in the parking lot by a man with a clipboard. He asked me to sign a petition to bring a Wegman’s to the town next to mine. I said … Continue reading

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Oh Todd Akin. You’re so funny!

Generally, I don’t think laws should be based on morality. I feel this way because I acknowledge that morality is an individual standard. You might think it’s moral to declaw your cats. I might not. You might think it’s moral … Continue reading

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More on dystopia

A few weeks ago I wrote about how I have a problem identifying dystopian literature. This is most apparent if you talk to me about the book Brave New World. I love the idea that society has a place for … Continue reading

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