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Tin Can Empathy

This is the third of a series of three stories about humans and Mechans in conflict. Here are links to Part I, and Part II… 5,922 more words

AI

Dude: You'll Never Believe What Happened to Me! (Actually, You'll Totally Believe It...)

Hey.

So here’s the deal: At some point, my goal is to once again post regularly here.

Maybe. Probably. Likely. Soon. But later.

A lot has happened in the last few months, which many of you know if you’re… 511 more words

Mikalee Byerman

Canadian Liberal Party introduces bill to legalize euthanasia

Life Site News has a story about Canada’s new assisted suicide bill:

The Liberal government’s euthanasia bill introduced Thursday will not protect vulnerable Canadians or the conscience rights of physicians, say anti-euthanasia activists.

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News

I'm Still Not Living

This is a follow-up to a post I did called “I’m Not Living.

Much like the Jimmy Buffett song, this seems to be a tie between the lines “At a bar called O’Malleys where we’ll plan our escape,” and “if you have half a brain.” I may be misunderstanding the song if there is anything to understand behind it. 661 more words

I bike behind

Biking behind
is the thing to do
when taking the boy
to his guitar lesson
on the fast track
where drivers speed up
to eject from the city… 31 more words

Miscellany

Survival of the fittest is a myth

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” – Charles Darwin #MondayMorningWakeUpCall… 150 more words

Monday Morning Wake Up Call

Confessing a Murder (Recommended)

Confessing a Murder by Nicholas Drayson

Morally-ambivalent naturalist meticulously describes fictional species, befriending Darwin, and murder.