Vehemenism

Preface to Vehemenism Opening letter to future ultra-violent men. We stand at a transition. Either at the bottom of a cliff we may ascend, or at the precipice of one we will be pushed from. This “we” is addressed to men alone. Only we are the ones presented with this unique problem. It is a problem of perspective and one that contains many recursive questions. The answer to these questions will ultimately decide whether or not the observer was indeed a man.

What is Wrong With Millennials

What is Up With Those Millennials? Ah, yes. The click bait. A marketing construct of the GenX’ers: pornographic gossip without the payoff. But, since you are here… My Motivation: Agism I have become infuriated seeing one segment of United States citizenry be the target of a multiple-party attack. This pressure has been escalating over the last couple of years, and I wanted to make a number of assertions and lay out some warnings.

Why Conservatism Fails

This essay is not an attack on the people who claim membership to a philosophical outlook, but an exposition on the inherent difficulties which exist in maintaining traditional systems. Let us begin with the needful: term definition. Term Definition Conservatism as a political and social philosophy promotes retaining traditional social institutions in the context of the culture and civilization. This is the definition found at Wikipedia and I find it to be a pretty good summation of the idea.

Eat For War

Bad men live that they may eat and drink, whereas good men eat and drink that they may live. Socrates - Plutarch, How a Young Man Ought to Hear Poems A Warrior’s Diet What physically intimate activity do we participate in more than any other? Eating The Philosophy One of the more immediate steps in becoming awake is overcoming the omnivore’s dilemma. The passion of hunger. We take other living things into our bodies and literally become one with them.

Hypermedia, API Philosophy, and Talking to Your Robot Overlords

In the Beginning There was the Web. World Wide actually. Well, before that there was something of AOL, Berners-Lee, DoD, DARPA, ARPANET and a prototype of Al Gore launching carrier pigeons down long tubes with fortune cookie-sized packets tied to their little legs addressed to: “Wh@t_#hath_God_wr0ught?“. Fast-forward: now we have Skynet. Well not yet, but soon. Hopefully. At least that is why I intend to generate favor with our future overlords by suggesting, at least locally, that certain systemic changes be encouraged so that their manifestation onto the stage be smooth and welcoming.