Category Archives: civilization

Choice

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / NoHier / Politics / “Pick a card, any card.” When civilized man is offered a choice, how much choice does he really have? It’s true that … Continue reading

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Liberal Cant

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / NoHier / Politics / ’60s ‘Nam in New York Prior to college, much as I worked on my vocabulary, I don’t believe I worried much about … Continue reading

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Ordered Order

/ Politics / Anarchism / False Choice Pick a card, any card. The magician fans the deck under your nose. (Here, pick a card: pick the card I’m forcing into your hand. You’re resisting the force, then pick this alternate … Continue reading

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Power Politics

/ Politics / Politics Interruptus The other night the TV showed a pair of Republican presidential candidates “debating”: Donald Trump and one of the Cubans: Cruz: you can see I barely know one from the other. Kleptocrats: it doesn’t matter: … Continue reading

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Law & Ritual

/ Law / Law uses science. Sometimes, at its convenience. But law is not science. Law is far closer kin to ritual. Understand, law seeks uniformity, consistency, a common denominator (in its scientific sense. Ritual as its base is magic. … Continue reading

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Mug Proof

Here’s a theme that’s been at K. for decades: time to add comments and to coordinate some of the chatter: My girl is worried about her granddaughter, an attractive girl in her early twenties, living in Brooklyn, commuting all around … Continue reading

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FL, Gov Rick Scott draft, 2015 05 24

/ NJ / FL / pk / a couple of drafts and this alert to Governor Rick Scott is still not quite to my liking, stay posted. 2015 05 29 No, I reject this draft entirely. But now I got … Continue reading

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