Self-Portrait at Work On my first day at work, after my lunch break at 2:00am, I am locked out of the library where I am assigned to be trained. The radio I have been given doesn't work, but I am soon found by F____ who I am shadowing. F_____ is older, he has long grey … Continue reading Notes from the Night Shift
"These individual and social miseries, however great and innumerable they may be, however eternal they appear, will vanish like hyenas and jackals at the approach of the lion, when the proletariat shall say “I will”. But to arrive at the realization of its strength the proletariat must trample under foot the prejudices of Christian ethics, … Continue reading Recreational Rebellion
When people talk about freedom, there seems to be an assumption that one speaks of a Freedom to Work. Man is entitled to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness - it is known that original this was the pursuit of Property, but was changed to something vaguer. When contemporary libertarians and neoliberals speak of … Continue reading Short Thoughts On Work and Freedom
Before I get back to my usual, disjointed ramblings I wanted to provide I quick update highlighting some changes to the creations page and some new stuff there. First off: a fair amount of stuff has been removed. I did this because it felt cluttered and a little incoherent to have so many things - … Continue reading New Creations Update for 2017
There are these reoccurring moments in my life where I ask myself, "why do I do this?" A "This" can be many things. Sometimes "this" is writing a blog. Sometimes "this" is going to college, or pursuing my major in a vague liberal-artsy-fartsy academic field. In the darkest parts of my life, my "this" was … Continue reading Why Do I Do This?