The exaggerated1 ascent of Jewish descendants continues to flame fires of fearmongering worldwidewebwide. Media leaches and affiliated, financially struggling, disguised capitalist incentives stand strong in a line of defiant irreverence to shield the historically, morally, justified entrepreneurs. These incentivized perspectives clash as the peripheral search for truth remains a distant innocuous sidebar.

Proponents of the Novus Ordo Seclorum and severe victims of patternicity will apply2 meaning to things 3 that bolster their own.

Swine Flue Source Spawns Wild Theories4: Dead pigs in China, evil factory farms in Mexico and an Al Qaeda plot involving Mexican drug cartels are a few wild theories seeking to explain a deadly swine flu outbreak that has killed up to 176 people.

The thrill is gone 5, or perhaps not there to begin with. But the instinct for survival remains, and us appreciators of appreciation respect and admire and disagree and shake our heads and go home and have dinner with our wives and children and pets and roaches. And listen to the music we understand, ashless elbows or not.

Deep-seeded perspectives are revealed by actions, not the ego’s intent. But the Truth is, there is such a thing as post-60s raciality, just as one day there will be such a thing as post-09 bloggerly independence and hipsterly hipster-denial.

Intergenerational discussions between racialists6 and uneducated youth7 fail because historical context is not hereditary. Cast stones? Kick rocks? Whose fault? Media conspiracy? Social studies curricula?

In a culture already subverted by capitalism, with profit-oriented dance & rhythm manufactured in labs and a business ethos’ self-delusional verbiage avalanched upon us by coaches and magicians, our minds are hacked to believe a new dreammlk.

How, we wonder in agony, can we expect balance of freedom and expression in an economy seemingly overwhelmed by coercive institutionsn.c. and desperate mongering?


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Emily Rugburn

…determined sincerity…


…and time. She is our liberator, and our gas chamber. Suffocating at the thought of living without experiencing the imagined successes of our projected societal peers, if we are to believe the commanders of applied logic and dialectic, then we breathe easy at the revelations of their teachings, of the cyclicality of morality and the innate desire to understand and form our own experience.