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Tom Jackson
Sandusky Register scribe. I like: science fiction, Asian food, Robert Anton Wilson, civil liberties, 20th century Russian composers, surrealism. Opinions=mine.
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Ashley Bethard Feb 14
Sometimes publishing an essay feels like shouting into a void. Not this one. My work is up at today:
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Prometheus Award Feb 14
Author Victor Milan has died.
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Jeremy Feb 14
Guys: everybody's a shitty person. I thought we knew this. I thought this was where all the irony on here came from.
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Jeremy Feb 14
While I do loathe the purity mob (not because they're mean or self-righteous but because they're so goddamn _incurious_), I have zero idea how anybody thinks they can be radical and make a career out of it. Perhaps it's a failure of imagination on my part.
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Luv Kittens Daily Feb 13
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Robert Anton Wilson Feb 14
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German Lopez Feb 13
It's concerning how much pleasure people get from Twitter pile-ons, even when they're justified. Shows how wired we are for tribalism.
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SpaceX Feb 6
More photos from Falcon Heavy's first flight →
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advantardeodus Feb 13
: Guest Post: Eric Wagner reviews "The Miranda Complex"
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Radley Balko Feb 12
Headline of the day.
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Scott Adams Feb 12
I created this comic months ago but unfortunately it is always timely:
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Tom Jackson Feb 12
And when we got rid of the six, BEFORE the four arrived, we were a better team against Atlanta. Culture matters.
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Michael Tracey Feb 11
Remember when RT was forced to register as a "foreign agent" and some people warned that this tactic would inevitably be used again as a political weapon
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Justin Raimondo Feb 10
Jeet is absolutely right here. Notice how stupid his critics' "arguments" are. These people are just virtue-signaling morons: it's all about *them* and how wonderful they are. The Korean people have had enough: they want their country back.
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Tom Jackson Feb 11
Replying to @JustinRaimondo
There is something missing in the sentence that begins, "The standard neocon-cold war liberal"
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Tom Jackson Feb 11
I've never "gotten" Ann Coulter, either. Isn't he asking a lot of Twitter?
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Michael Tracey Feb 11
Replying to @mtracey
The United States, a country with the world’s largest prison population which frequently bombs and invades other nation states, sometimes has its leaders glamorized in the press. The horror
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Michael Tracey Feb 11
"North Korea, which gets threatened almost daily with nuclear annihilation by US politicians and media figures, is receiving unduly positive press attention" seems like an odd take
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Caitlin Nearhood Feb 11
Super fascinating story by : New book focuses on long-forgotten poet
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Robert Anton Wilson Feb 11
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