1st Day (on-the-job) Jitters

1. Roman soldier bothered to learn allegiance To the cause of hindsight, Like a cashier staring past customer service To a clock signaling break-time. Give up  Last seconds of life, For a customer criticizing unreliable coupons.  Caesar expanded space  To Gaul. Tesla purchased enough space To fill a galaxy.  Collar coated peasants  Wink with theirContinue reading “1st Day (on-the-job) Jitters”

I Went to an Interview and all I got was this stupid Job.

Personhood requires a self assessment, where one takes inventory of the habits and traits which define their character and contrasts them against the actions they’ve performed, analyzing if they intersect, or precede in parallel destinies.  Without this subjective judgement, one would be rendered blank and become vulnerable to a society which defines existence via plainContinue reading “I Went to an Interview and all I got was this stupid Job.”

Protesting as a Method of Cultural Appropriation

Opinions are branded as useful when appointed as the top search on Google. Arguments for or against a topic risk abandonment once the top Google search confirms or denies their standpoint. We live in an age of confirmation through information, not wisdom acquired through knowledge. When we trust companies like Facebook to organize our methodsContinue reading “Protesting as a Method of Cultural Appropriation”