How To Create a Dystopian Society

Science Fiction authors have been writing about dystopian societies for years. Some have said authors such as George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and Kurt Vonnegut predicted the future in their short stories and novels. They wrote most often about society, making observations around them and working these observations into the worst case scenarios they observed could… Continue reading How To Create a Dystopian Society

The Unmistakable, Irreplaceable American Culture

I would like to start this blog post out with with an ode to America… in the form of a Carl’s Jr. commercial. Enjoy:   Aw sweet, sweet Kentucky fried, carnival ride America…. But in all seriousness, American culture is much more than hot girls, guns, bald eagles, fireworks, big trucks, and freedom–though it seems… Continue reading The Unmistakable, Irreplaceable American Culture

Now Even You Can Claim Moral Superiority Thanks To…

Just recently I stumbled upon the following Tumblr post: This is probably one of the most ridiculous false attempts at activism I have ever seen and let me tell you why: ‘walking in their shoes’ is a false equivalency to actually experiencing what someone has experienced to get them where they are. I’ve never liked… Continue reading Now Even You Can Claim Moral Superiority Thanks To…

The Intentional Abuse of Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s health has been an intriguing topic in American politics for months now. She has been known for having abnormal and long coughing fits, noted for her inability to stand, and questioned for the amount of time she spends napping and resting on the campaign trail while her political opponent, Donald J. Trump continues… Continue reading The Intentional Abuse of Hillary Clinton

The Connection Between Art and Influence

There’s this idea between logic-driven brains that art is a waste of time. As someone who studied art in college, I can tell you for certain that there are many people who think it’s a waste of time, that there is no value to art, and that anyone who spends their time on art as… Continue reading The Connection Between Art and Influence

10 Words From The 2016 Dictionary of Neo-Definitions

Gender Noun. Anything. Literally anything. Example: Sometimes I like to watch NASCAR, so I’m a boy, but sometimes I like to use pink crayons, so I’m a girl–so then I’m bigender, but then sometimes my piss is so hot that it feels like jet fuel, so I guess that makes me trisgender and planegender. Then… Continue reading 10 Words From The 2016 Dictionary of Neo-Definitions

“Fascist Liberal” Is An Oxymoron, Moron!

If you search Wesbter’s dictionary for ‘fascism,’ this is the first definition: (sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism. If you Google fascism, this is the first definition: an authoritarian… Continue reading “Fascist Liberal” Is An Oxymoron, Moron!