Monthly Archives: March 2015

Meta Original

/ Reality / Which came first: your intention? or God’s intention for your intention? We don’t know enough about the cosmos to know. But still: try to imagine. try thinking it out. Adam might see trouble when he sees the … Continue reading

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Atheist Supervision

/ Religion / Kleptocracy necessitates atheism. Kleptocracy invented God to give itself authority: authority in the sky, ultimate authority, untrumpable. But then kleptocracy itself must be exempt from accountancy: therefore: the kleptocracy itself must not believe in its God or … Continue reading

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Second Delay

/ Media / Incumbent Kleptocrats thanx imdb Everyone knows that lawmakers impose a time gap of several seconds between data and information: data being the signal, information here being orthodox interpretation. ’15 03 24 Not at all the information I … Continue reading

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Victorian Forever

/ Social Order / Property / … Social Survival / I’ve been commenting on Henry James’ What Maisie Knew over the past couple of weeks. Now my reading of the novel is complete I’ve got to say something not about … Continue reading

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Kite Fight

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Knatz.com / Personal / Stories / by Age / Networking / Yesterday I began watching The Kite Runner. It’s been on my queue for years. Jan read the novel and saw the movie. Now … Continue reading

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Metabolizing Nukes

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Personal / Writing / Satire / To date, 2015 03 12, I’d sampled only a couple of my ironic letters to Nixon’s White House: today I add one I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Hindu Feminism

Tradition vs Change: The World Before Her Scrapbook What a nifty film, I love it: A girl, “Prachi”, says she ought to be able to do what she wants. She’s agitating to “free” Hindu women. No! says Prachi’s father: a … Continue reading

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