How two guys talking hard smack about some of the most popular musical acts of all time (including Beethoven) may have stumbled onto a cure for internet culture.
So you've just called me stupid or dumb or idiotic or something like that. Or maybe you just said one of those things about something I wrote or created. This is for you. This is my response. I will not bother specifically addressing you directly, for the same reason I do not argue with fire … Continue reading Stupid, eh?
How media and the internet have made it advantageous to make false or exaggerated claims and profitize, prioritize and psychologically reward victimhood. In the beginning I was a huge fan of the #metoo movement. Sexual assault and degrading misogyny are disgusting, vestigial artifacts of a brutal trek through evolution - and there is no longer … Continue reading The Attention Economy Incentivizes Destroying Lives With Lies
Dissecting the go-to slander of the cognitively mediocre.
The popular fact-checking website has become an advocate of censorship, and a danger to one of humanities most powerful forms of protest literature.