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The Cowboy, the Lion, and the Wolf

there’s a certain breed of humans that’s obsolete, or at least, nearly so. the world has been overrun by organization and has become so inimical, we gasp for air habitually, but not silently. everything is in it’s right place, and there’s a place for everything. regulations laws, even social conventions. Hierarchies of control, plans and now, budgets. a stuffy room full of wrinkled suits and name tags. not all of us are the same, yet some will flourish in the world to come, but a few of us will not. movies, computers, technology all portend a beehive of organization. In an older world, we were able to do things machines couldn’t do, we could run fast, we are strong, quick, aggressive, tough. and we’re given things like courage and other emotions sacred to us. even hurl a spear in combat or for survival.

eventually, we will be replaced by robots and computers that can be programmed to do exactly everything i’ve aforementioned. we can manage those machines but even that task will be replaced by something designed for that sole purpose. and even handling those machines would not require courage or strength. we are outliving our usefulness at a quick pace. just a sperm bank is necessary to keep the species going. most men are rotten lovers, as women say, but even intimacy can be substituted with science.

Our emotions are becoming routine charms and eccentricities are artifice, the cowboy, the mountain lion, and the gray wolf vanish with the loss of free range. travelers are no longer welcome.

Perhaps we humans are still in command, and perhaps there really will be a conventional robot war in the not-so-distant future. If so, let’s roll. I’m ready. My toaster will never be the boss of me. Get ready to make me some Pop-Tarts, bitch.

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Fundraising with beeming Intensity

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Shit-House Rock

the world is about to crumble, but it’s okay. we made it this way. that statement isn’t cynically driven. really. and for the demise of the world, i blame the invention of cement.

nothing in this world is ever concrete. ideas, hopes, dreams, emotions, and even concrete itself. they breakdown, morph, and adapt. everything simply changes, not necessarily for the better, but because they’re pressured. fluctuations live in everything.

if cement was never invented, we’d live in a world covered with endless forests and would even become an entire civilization of tree people. we’d worship the same gods, we all know and love, yet there’d be no upper class middle class and lower class. no one would have a fancier adobe house with a swimming pool and 3 bathrooms. it’d all be made of shit and mud. if ever there was a thunderstorm, our houses would crumble, but we’d know how to build it again. we’d lose everything we had inside, but realize after the first tme we lost our shit-houses, that materialism is futile. we might not drive around in fancy cars or anything, but why would we have to? global warming wouldn’t even be a concern.

...to be invisible...

...to be invisible...

empirically speaking, that’s not possible. we humans possess, devour, and destroy. so i think it’s okay this world sucks ass the way it does, like it always has.

you can’t have it all.

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