Tag Archives: Satire

Forgotten Warriors

A lonely figure shuffles across the floor in an empty hall.  Squeak, squeak, squeak.  Each step is itself a minor victory.  “I guess I should be grateful I can still move this well,” he jokes, even then with a twinge … Continue reading

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What Commercials Have Taught Me About Myself

Television is more than a wondrous box rectangle that bestows upon us hours of entertainment, information, infotainment, and entermation.  It’s a metaphorical window on our own society, more so even than the actual windows that face outward to the real … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street’s Deman-ifesto (Translated Version)

Our previously-vague, sometimes-confusing comrades friends at Occupy Wall Street finally released a long-awaited proposed list of demands a couple of days ago.  And, yes, the group has since pointed out that this demani-festo is merely the work of one supporter, and … Continue reading

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Robot History Month: Defending Our Freedoms

When visionary / genius / weirdo Nikola Tesla first described the use of unmanned warfare drones in 1915, no one could have suspected just how instrumental these brave robots would become to modern military strategy.  We would like to honor … Continue reading

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