Conforming to What’s Might Makes Right

After the city laborer finished mowing, the outskirts were hemmed with grass clippings designated to the specifications per popular opinion, per tax sponsored research.  The landscape inspector was equipped with spectacles containing magnified lenses to examine each grass blade, searching for a misuse of “company time,” on hands and knees, he discovered one blade halfContinue reading “Conforming to What’s Might Makes Right”

free energy?

Sentience procures a Capitalist to wear his red tie, coordinating focus on shapes and tone to eliminate the examination of body language. The Capitalist utilizes the censorship of his thigh beneath his desk and wipes sweat from his palm to his knee and extends his dry palm to, seal-the-deal, confirmed in ink and corporate culture. Continue reading “free energy?”