Monthly Archives: April 2012

21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 4: Air Pollution, Fetal Suffocation, and Human Nature: Profound Sculpting of Who We Are Occurs at a Time We Cannot See

Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Four: Pollution and The Greenhouse Effect Pushes Up Perinatal Pulls and Political Palpitations…and Vice Versa The Perinatal Pulls of Pollution: Air Pollution and Fetal Oxygen Starvation Increased Carbon Dioxide, But Also Decreased Oxygen One overlooked, … Continue reading

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To Win at Any Cost – How They Convince That Their Problems Are Ours: Only the Game Remains, Part Three:

To Win at All Costs – How They Convince That Their Problems Are Ours: Only the Game Remains, Part 3 Anyway, the game is to claim that the pain of those with wealth is really the American people’s pain, so … Continue reading

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Only the Game Remains, Part 2: Extortion by the Filthy Rich – Dire Long Term Consequences of Leaving This Crime Unprosecuted

Only the Game Remains, Part Two: Their Kind of “Sharing the Pain” – My Problems Will Be Your Problems, They Say. And Then Outright Extortion In fact we had a conspicuous example of this, the way…let’s call it what it … Continue reading

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21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 3: Crushing Populations and Its Relief—Perinatal Pulls of Public Life, Sky Diving, Dancing, Swimming, and “Birth”Day Parties

Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Three: The Perinatal Pulls of Population Explosion, Sky Diving, Dancing, Swimming, and “Birth”Day Parties Overpopulation Bring Up in Us Uncomfortable Claustrophobic Feelings From Our Births We have no-exit, claustrophobic BPM II elements manifesting in the … Continue reading

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The REALLY Special Interests. People’s Lives Are Not Even a Chip in the Negotiations Anymore: Only the Game Remains, Part 1

Only the Game Remains, Part One: The Really Special Interests…What They Want Is At Our Expense Reason and Action Eroded, The Game Is All That Remains Note to Ordinary Folks: Ordinary Folks Are Out to Get You. Well since they … Continue reading

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Rock Concert Rebirthing, Mosh Wombs, and the Doors of Perception…Stormed: 21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 2

Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Two: Fleshy Mosh Wombs, Rock Rebirthing, Trolls, and the Doors of Perception…Stormed The Perinatal Veil: Rock Concerts (For some, ditto) Lawson has also described perinatal elements in rock concerts. [Footnote 1] Mosh Wombs Keep in … Continue reading

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Disposable Truth: What They’ve Succeeded in Getting Us to Forget

What They’ve Succeeded in Getting Us to Forget – Disposable Truth: Part Three – Reality Transplant, The Media Reality Transplant, The Media Are they so immersed in Republican culture? Why commentators would be so easily forgetful and then complicit is … Continue reading

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