Archives: Social Memory Complex

March 2014

  • Taking left libertarianism seriously
  • December 2013

  • An anarchist critique of the reporting on the Snowden leaks
  • November 2013

  • Who wants to know?
  • June 2013

  • Against the Police
  • The Banality of Privacy
  • April 2013

  • Julian Assange, the Left-Anarch
  • March 2013

  • Closing the Gender Gap From the Bottom Up
  • January 2013

  • Depression is the healthy response
  • Cowed to Be an American
  • Embedding users in accounts with Devise and Mongoid
  • December 2012

  • Some unions are more collusive than others
  • November 2012

  • Tela McKelvey-Weiland
  • October 2012

  • The revolution will not be phenomenal
  • July 2012

  • Glenn Greenwald and the Technocratic Blind Spot
  • What's going on
  • The Only Way to Win the Game
  • June 2012

  • Anarchism and the Constitution
  • Add your Rails 3 lib tests to rake:test
  • A Leftist Critique of Political Correctness
  • This is why we use the "left" qualifier
  • Political action that counts
  • Abstaining for Change
  • May 2012

  • Respecting the "Left" in "Left Libertarian"
  • Back again
  • August 2011

  • David Foster Wallace on freedom and consciousness
  • June 2011

  • Do you love commerce?
  • Denial and the Exaltation of Personal Taste
  • May 2011

  • Reordering embedded documents in Mongoid
  • Just in time for the Bin Laden kill
  • April 2011

  • Glenn Greenwald Sums It Up
  • March 2011

  • Gary Chartier on Personal Style in Anarchist Activism
  • Class Struggle in Civil Service
  • Faith and Liberty
  • February 2011

  • The Insecurity of Efficiency
  • Easy Mit'in Shiro
  • January 2011

  • Why I'm Not an Elitist
  • Thirtieth Anniversary of the Ra Contact
  • On Changing Our World
  • Robert Shea on Freedom
  • On the Political Climate of Hate in America
  • December 2010

  • But what kind of stateless society?
  • Liberty is the Mother, Not the Daughter, of Any Market Worth Having
  • November 2010

  • Business and Legal Pitfalls in Web Development
  • A Review of Douglas Rushkoff's "Program or Be Programmed"
  • October 2010

  • The Rally To Elevate Tone of Voice Over Substance
  • Scaling Up Without Growing
  • Freedom may not be free, but it's not priced in dollars, either
  • September 2010

  • So that's why nobody sees the writing on the wall...
  • You don't end racism by being an asshole
  • August 2010

  • Liberalism and Democracy
  • Subsilience
  • Because Killing Them All is Not an Option
  • The Unique One and the Universal
  • Anarchy and Organization, Continued
  • Treeoid
  • Thoughts on Revolution
  • July 2010

  • Co-working in Richmond, VA
  • Power of Numbers
  • Announcing greedy
  • Nothing up their sleeve...
  • June 2010

  • RailsConf Dispatch - Test Always?
  • RailsConf Dispatch - Rescue Missions
  • GridFS with Mongoid and CarrierWave on Rails 3
  • May 2010

  • ALL Vector Graphics
  • Live Brothers Past Video
  • April 2010

  • Can we waterboard corporations yet?
  • Unprincipled Conservatism II
  • Add Sound to Autotest on OS X
  • March 2010

  • You Can't Have It Both Ways
  • Guess the journal, liberals
  • Full Disclosure
  • February 2010

  • Creative Destruction in Software Development
  • January 2010

  • The Apostasy of the Anarchist Vote
  • It's Not About Free Speech
  • Brothers Past at River Street Jazz Cafe
  • Need git aliases?
  • Corporatism in the Richmond City Council
  • Springhill Neighborhood Blog Launched
  • Miscellany
  • December 2009

  • Happy 2010!
  • leftlibertarian.org Beta Relaunch
  • acts_as_enumerated Blowing Up Your Testing Spot?
  • Public-Private Co-dependence
  • I'm Back!
  • September 2009

  • Human Brain Could Be Replicated In 10 Years, Researcher Predicts
  • July 2009

  • On the Preston Affair
  • June 2009

  • Lenin's Tomb critiques the commentary on Iranian events
  • Are the Iranian protests another CIA orchestrated "color revolution"?
  • Socialism: A Perfectly Good Word Rehabilitated
  • Imagine Breaking Up The United States
  • The choice is clear.
  • The Cultural Pseudomorph and Its Decay
  • Salon.com rethinks the corporation
  • But you didn't even give Obama's perestroika a chance!
  • May 2009

  • The fiscal crisis of the state
  • Politics is simply war by other means
  • Same as the old boss... but talks pretty
  • Taking Secession Seriously At Last
  • April 2009

  • There are no "sheeple"
  • Shrink the state: a leftist aim
  • FreedomWorks Orchestrates "Grassroots" Movements To Serve Dick Armey's Corporate Clients
  • Conservative respect for the mother of order
  • Unprincipled Conservatism: The Richmond Tea Party
  • National Security: The Last Refuge of Scoundrels
  • Keith Preston: Why I Am an Anarcho-Pluralist
  • Kevin Carson on Open-Source Healthcare
  • The Union Makes Us Weak - REQUIRED READING
  • The Power of Statelessness
  • Review: "The Ego and His Own"
  • Exotic High Tech Explosives Positively Identified in World Trade Center Dust
  • Bill Moyers interviews William K. Black
  • A different approach to socialism
  • Sheldon Richman on the financial crisis
  • March 2009

  • The only place where freedom has any meaning
  • The New House
  • Contribute to C4SS today!
  • The Media Misses the Real Message of the Stewart/Cramer Interview
  • Chomsky on Libertarian Socialism
  • Against the commodification of rights and responsibilities
  • Seeds Sprouting in the Rubble
  • Is Obama embracing the lawless, omnipotent executive?
  • David Simon of The Wire battles Baltimore Police's lack of transparency
  • A Rally to Address the Domestic Costs of Empire
  • Support the Center for a Stateless Society
  • A confession to Austrian libertarians
  • On Santelli
  • Jason Kenney: The Washington Post Is Afraid Of Change
  • February 2009

  • Quote of the Day
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Conspiracy of Whiteness
  • Quote of the Day
  • John Robb on the Shadow Banking System
  • ACORN Initates Civil Disobedience to Stop Foreclosures
  • Virginia: No Longer Part of the South
  • Tela in heaven
  • Reprocessing attachment_fu images with RMagick
  • Duckpin bowling on Wednesday
  • January 2009

  • Jumping in Pools: Military to Pledge Oath To Obama, Not Constitution
  • Can anybody ever consent to the State?
  • An RJS Redirect Matcher for rspec
  • The Center: America's Greatest Political Threat
  • Twenty-five people at the heart of the meltdown
  • Behind the scenes at Richmond's unbowling destination
  • Worldwide container shipping rates hit zero
  • I'm blogging; just not here
  • Times-Dispatch coverage of the Virginia People's Assembly
  • Announcing RadicalRichmond.net
  • DeliciousSafari - Del.icio.us bookmarks on your Safari browser
  • The 60s Radicals Have Won-Now What?
  • Richmond Food Not Bombs: You Rock!
  • Jim Kunstler's Forecast for 2009: A Long Emergency
  • Quote of the Day
  • Cop tasers himself
  • December 2008

  • The Left-Libertarian Strategy
  • Peak Hiearchy
  • How the Rise of the Speculation Economy Shaped U.S. Corporate Culture
  • The corporation as a con job
  • Processed World
  • Open Capital: The Sharing of Risk and Reward
  • Happy Holidays
  • All hail the Amen Break!
  • Migrating your contacts from Windows Mobile to the iPhone without touching a PC
  • Updates on the Greek Uprising
  • IWW-affiliated truckers to strike | libcom.org
  • 14 Ways to Use Twitter Politely
  • Interview: Anarcho-Primitivist Thinker and Activist John Zerzan
  • The Conflation Conflict
  • New Frontiers of Connectedness: The Case for "Twitter Conversations"
  • Bells shall ring!
  • What Happened in Mumbai
  • The Meaning of Mumbai
  • Polycentric Order: Market Anarchism as a Spectrum
  • Infoshop News - Police Officer Speaks Out Against Taser
  • Bailouts are funding overseas investments, not lending at home.
  • Return of the Militant Union?
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Partial Observer - If I had a billion dollars . . .
  • 'Anarchist' looked like someone's mom
  • Thou Shalt Not Crucify Labor On This Cross of Paper Money
  • I'm Still Tortured by What I Saw in Iraq
  • The Agonist Analysis of the Recession
  • Reaching Out to the Left
  • Memories may be stored on your DNA
  • How do you define progress?
  • November 2008

  • (Late) Happy Thanksgiving
  • Quote of the Day
  • I'm still not convinced, so suck it
  • October 2008

  • Quote of the Day
  • Congratulations to Keith Preston
  • Washington needs a surge in America
  • Quote of the day
  • September 2008

  • Carefully uniting the political and the spiritual
  • But it has a happy ending
  • A blast from my past
  • Best. Satire. Ever.
  • Quote of the day
  • Taste the difference
  • Rhetoric Tip #1
  • Quote of the day (kind of)
  • And no good police state is complete without its propaganda wing
  • Permission to correct the mistakes of government: denied.
  • William Gillis speaks out
  • Populist Conservatism Needs a Home
  • Owned.
  • What's good for the goose
  • Some humor amid the fuming
  • Country First, John McCain, USA USA USA
  • Cops may yet come to regret their hostility
  • Bail money needed urgently!
  • That's how you do it
  • Responding to totalitarianism on demand
  • They're not going to stop pushing the envelope
  • Rejected
  • August 2008

  • Quote of the Day
  • Life Events
  • Note to self
  • The problem is still privilege
  • God forbid you hesitate before opening fire on a target you can't see!
  • July 2008

  • The Democracy of Things
  • Quote of the Day
  • Adam Kokesh of Iraq Veterans Against the War
  • Marketing isn't radical... pimp the logo anyway.
  • Notes on the "Revolution March"
  • Quote of the day
  • The perfect gift for the liberal statist in your life
  • On being part of the solution
  • Gadsen Anarchy
  • For British Eyes Only
  • June 2008

  • We can be so pedantic sometimes, we forget to be dishonest
  • The Prefigurative Organization
  • I'll take my chances with the criminals
  • Freedom from Karen DeCoster
  • What's up with me: the digest version
  • The empire is not American, but Washingtonian
  • Don't talk to the police, Part 3
  • Don't talk to the police, Part 2
  • A Public Service Announcement from the Concerned Citizens at Social Memory Complex
  • Music, past and present
  • Don't talk to the police
  • Ideas are not dangerous
  • A Review of Butler Shaffer's "Calculated Chaos"
  • You are already part of something larger than yourself
  • Happy Birthday, Blog
  • May 2008

  • Marketing is not radical
  • Organizing the Radical Exodus
  • Return of the Alliance
  • Reflections on a decade of agitation
  • Quote of the Day
  • Monsanto: Prime Candidate for the Corporate Death Sentence
  • Quote of the Day
  • Quote of the Day
  • April 2008

  • Thought of the Day
  • Anarcho-Mutualist Flag
  • Wikipedia Fun Fact
  • Institutions vs. the Authentic Collective
  • Because they are ours
  • Virginia Anarchist Federation meeting tomorrow
  • Why invoke martial law?
  • Quote of the Day
  • New Kids on the Blog
  • Vector graphic mayhem
  • Naomi Wolf on America's Slide into Fascism
  • Kindly remove your hat before crossing the threshold of institutional society's inner sanctum
  • The Tank Man
  • Three unorganized thoughts on organization
  • March 2008

  • Quote of the Day
  • forum.leftlibertarian.org is up!
  • The RSpec post (including an important tip on shared example groups)
  • What diseconomies of scale?
  • Using attachment_fu with :storage => :db_file
  • The Invisible Depression
  • Statesmen and Patriots
  • Spam for spammers
  • Open Thread
  • Quote of the day
  • Creative destruction is for the little guy
  • When the only tool you have is force, everything looks like a threat
  • The Wire in the real world
  • GitHub: Anarchy for Programmers
  • But over the long run, the critics' opinions will tend towards smugness equilibrium
  • 30 different flavors of collectivism, part two
  • You are the monkey wrench
  • Ye shall know them by their works
  • Right Thinking Girl: Defunct
  • Quote of the Day
  • The standard is quite clear
  • I guess the computer age ended... thank God.
  • Go Sheldon!
  • Political Economy Matters
  • Libertarianism is not intended to be a convenient source of polite dinner conversation topics
  • Should I promote the linkblog?
  • February 2008

  • J-Roc on Work / Life Balance
  • Wherefore the state?
  • Diebold Accidentally Leaks Results of Next Election
  • Negotiating with Management, featuring J-Roc
  • It's 11:00 pm; do you know where your model methods are?
  • A Frank Discussion of Race, featuring J-Roc
  • Rhymesayers vs. Uncle Sam
  • In Defense of Sin: Re-examining the Libertarian Agenda
  • Congratulations, Officer Salvatore Rivieri, dude!
  • Sheldon Richman nails it
  • Vulgar Libertarianism - The Movie
  • New Frontiers in Ruby Web Applications
  • Why are cops increasingly hostile towards people?
  • January 2008

  • True Market Fundamentalism
  • Uncle Jay Explains the News
  • Can you teach me teh Web 2.0?
  • Wow, now that's a SEAL
  • Plaza Bowl Rocks!
  • Decoupling the market from capitalism
  • Two tired girls
  • State Kidnapping Racket
  • 30 Different Flavors of Collectivism
  • First Impressions
  • Ron Paul and the Long Haul
  • Riddle me this
  • How the Rich Get Richer
  • Is this permanent?
  • Protesting Fox Affiliates Nationwide
  • December 2007

  • Hell has frozen over
  • Welcome to my new slice
  • Ruby 1.9 released!
  • A single press for all my words
  • Five Dangerous Things You Should Let Your Children Do
  • Holiday Happenings
  • Ron Paul needs help in Virginia
  • Fighting the Apathetic Consensus of Managerial Society
  • The most powerful money bomb we've constructed yet!
  • Ron Paul is on the Virginia Ballot!
  • Richmond Ron Paul Sign Waving
  • Getting Paul elected in spite of the campaign
  • Change is in the wind
  • Beyond Rational Self-Interest
  • Best attack ad ever!
  • Activism in Symbols
  • Works on Thirtysomethings Every Time
  • From the "If we can't measure it, it must not exist!" Category
  • Community Eradication
  • Beyond the Politics of the Drug War
  • Get over it!
  • A Taste of My Latest Thinking
  • A Watershed Moment
  • The Revolution of Reconnection
  • This is wierd.
  • November 2007

  • The Voluntary Society of the Scorched Earth
  • The Definition of a Smear
  • The Fourth Purpose
  • Resistance
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Need to Think
  • Quote of the Day
  • Today is November 5th!
  • 2nd Annual McWeiland Chili Cookoff Photo Montage
  • RubyConf '07
  • Donate $100 to Ron Paul on November 5th
  • October 2007

  • Information is anarchic
  • Quote of the Day
  • Even the management is just another brick in the wall
  • Web Development - The Next Generation
  • Are Shareholders Owners?
  • Tyler Cowen is a douche.
  • Pirates and Emperors
  • Selenium_on_rails Quick Start
  • He has a point
  • Airwolf Economics
  • Back to wage labor
  • Some opposition party
  • September 2007

  • Run away now
  • Corporations should not pay taxes - shareholders should!
  • The Source of Power
  • Picture of the Day
  • Striking the balance in blogging
  • The Visible, Benevolent Hand of the Fed
  • text_field and currency values
  • Quick Rails Logging Tip
  • I can take your money
  • Question on migrations
  • Basic Authentication with Apache 2.2.*, mod_proxy_balancer, and Mongrel
  • Chakras and Me
  • August 2007

  • A Slice of Life
  • Quote of the Day
  • Congratulations to Megan and Jim!
  • Quote of the Day
  • Monday Roundup
  • So I'm on twitter now as jeremy6d
  • G's up, Hoedown
  • I'm excited about Ron Paul, but...
  • In the twinkling of an eye
  • July 2007

  • This guy is my hero
  • Live Recordings Rule
  • Libertarians who support war are so silly!
  • On the way back home
  • So, Jeremy, man... what the fuck is up with leftlibertarian.org?
  • Punishment as Extortion in Virginia
  • If you gave up on emailing me...
  • Where I've been, where I'm at now, and what's up
  • Ron Paul: Our Best Hope or Our Worst Nightmare?
  • Moving... complete!
  • "I hate myself. But I *could* love myself..."
  • Freedom is on the March
  • American Gun Culture Report, Issue #2
  • June 2007

  • Quote of the Day
  • Countering Evolution With Revolution
  • Reflections on a Neighborhood Watch Meeting
  • Mandatory Listening
  • A Counter-Institutionalist Manifesto
  • Slavery is Freedom : War is Peace : Taxes are Happiness
  • Entering Slicehost
  • Democrat Base Cheers On "Republican" Democrats, Shuns Genuine Signs of Popular Interest
  • What a week!
  • Condolences
  • I weigh in on Paris
  • Fiscal Tunnel Vision: Why Left Libertarians Are Different
  • Victims' Families Speak Out
  • beCamp this weekend
  • Yeah, right
  • Regulation is the name, oligopoly is the game
  • War Funding and Soldier Welfare
  • Quote of the Day + Announcement
  • Dreamhost can eat a sack of dicks
  • Anarcho-Radio
  • Cookout on Saturday
  • Random Friday Stuff
  • May 2007

  • Quote of the Day
  • Let the free market eat the rich!
  • Memorial Day Weekend
  • Memorial Day
  • Hints from yourself
  • See you in the funny papers
  • Nothing like an election to bring out the penis jokes
  • Identity theft is not a joke, Jim! Millions of families suffer every year!
  • Quote of the Day
  • Get to the Point: Deconstructing an Argument Without Refuting It
  • Be part of the solution, not part of the advertisement
  • Co-opting tragedy through institutional identity
  • The L.A. May Day Protest
  • Happy May Day!
  • April 2007

  • The Camp Defiance Report
  • An Observation of the Austrian Influence on Libertarians
  • Quote of the Day
  • Various life experiences listed below
  • Blogwatch: Paleo-Future
  • Citizen Defense vs. Overweight, Timid SWAT Teams
  • Quote of the Day
  • Confirmation
  • More Personal Stuff
  • Surviving the System, and Other Unmentionable Lessons of the Virginia Tech Massacre
  • Carson on Labor and Libertarianism
  • Managed comfort trumps physical security on campus
  • The Spring Bada-Bing Craft Show
  • Shitclock's ticking, boys
  • Happy Birthday to Matt
  • First world debt relief
  • Yahoo! Pipes is pretty hot
  • Twenty Over thirty dead in Virginia Tech shootings
  • There's a distinct possibility Bucky the Katt may have nailed my approach to activism...
  • Parcelling truth into cartesian space
  • What is a left libertarian?
  • Alright, you got me
  • Looks like I'm getting a new car
  • Announcing the Ruby Hoedown
  • When else would this happen other than tax time?
  • The Bush Preemption Doctrine, in a nutshell
  • New T-shirt Design
  • Laps of fire
  • Freedom may not be free, but the Pentagon is still overcharging
  • WOO HOO!!!
  • SWAC Girl's Counter-Protester Hypocrisy
  • Reaching out to Richmond libertarians
  • If the troops dig this tacky tripe, they're even more demoralized than I thought...
  • Useless Minutiae
  • The RVA Blog Carnival - SMC Installment
  • Obama, here I come!
  • March 2007

  • Two heartwarming things
  • Confronting the New Brownshirts
  • Inquiring minds want to know
  • Richmond Left Libertarians, Unite!
  • Mephisto on DreamHost
  • Garrison Keillor a Bigot?
  • Off the top of my head
  • Announcing the Agorist Action Alliance
  • RESTful Richmond featuring Ryan
  • Libertarian Solidarity with the Worker
  • leftlibertarian.org is up
  • For Taylor Graf of Richmond, VA
  • The Libby Case
  • RadRails vs. TextMate
  • Amazon.com now carries Carson!
  • Quote of the Day
  • Despotism by Committee
  • Brothers Past is Back
  • Without the State, No Troops to Support
  • February 2007

  • Spam can be amusing
  • New Essay at C4SS
  • Democrats vs. teh Brave and Valorous (featuring me)
  • A Month of Mac
  • Audience Shrugs
  • Am I the only one...
  • OK, OK, so the player AND the game are equally hatable...
  • There's plenty of Iraq blame to go around
  • Wrong Thinking Girl... returning?
  • Women's job: Not making men do bad things
  • My Representative
  • Tela at Work
  • A Double Dose of Alienation
  • Quote of the Day
  • Happy Birthday to Me
  • Free Peter Berdovsky
  • Weekend Notes
  • Khrehbiel Rhetoric Busting
  • January 2007

  • Future Mistress Identified
  • Let's take linkblogging to the max!
  • Children of Men
  • Quote of the Day
  • Articles of Faith in Economics
  • Quote of the Day
  • Occam's Razor
  • Smarter racists, please
  • To Serve Excuses and Protect Themselves
  • You, too, can publish your opinions on teh interwebz!
  • All Hail Eris!
  • Quote of the Day
  • New Ideas in Blogging and Online Conversations
  • Per Bylund on Prescriptive Anarchism
  • Symbols, Context, and Myths of Exceptionalism
  • Socializing the Opposition into Conformity
  • Psychic Enclosure as a Broken Window
  • What is the sound of one institution campaigning?
  • Carson's Mutualism in a Nutshell (UPDATED)
  • A Post to the New Year
  • December 2006

  • I don't buy it
  • X-treme X-mas X-lympics
  • Christmas Update
  • November 2006

  • Earth to Right Wing Bloggers
  • At the Kiln Opening Tomorrow
  • Daily Kos appropriates the Libertarian Left for Progressivism
  • What I'm reading
  • What hath we wrought?
  • Shall I vote?
  • Neocon Trotskyites Maximize the Absurdities
  • I voted
  • BP in yo' sector
  • Another Fair Weather Capitalist
  • The Superstitious Ritual of Elections
  • Innocent bugs in voting machines?
  • People losing their political shit
  • October 2006

  • Not that into Halloween, but...
  • Conspiracy as History
  • Something to keep an eye on
  • Moralizing Capitalists and Their Selective Principles
  • Go Tasha!
  • Blog News
  • I am not a number, but numbers are still useful
  • Empty Statements Motivate Conservatives
  • She's still a moron
  • Stupid Statist Politics
  • Further Treatments of Conspiracy
  • The Vegetable-Industrial Complex
  • RTG has officially hit bottom
  • Radical Politics and the Most Pressing Need
  • The Richmond Bush Protest: Liveblogging, Reflections, Photos, and Links
  • Enforcing the Social Contract
  • Matt Jenny on the Grameen Bank
  • Protest Bush in Richmond
  • Jo Ann Davis is a Disgrace to World Policemen Everywhere
  • Understanding the Neoconservative Gestalt: Self-Righteousness Makes Its Own Gravy!
  • It's About Reducing Coercion
  • Vulgar Liberalism in a Nutshell
  • The Vulgar Liberalism Just Don't Stop
  • Assorted Developments in Life (UPDATED)
  • Libertarianism is egalitarian, if you allow it to be
  • Understanding the Neoconservative Gestalt: The Primacy of Opinion
  • Libertarians, Democrats, and Corporations
  • Towards a genuine understanding of the stakes
  • Market anarchist think tank launches
  • An Anarchist Addresses the Mark Foley Scandal
  • Left liberals at a crossroads
  • A Portrait in Intellectual Poverty
  • Ignorance is not a policy position
  • At the CodeJam
  • Way to go, party of personal responsibility
  • SDS at my school!
  • Party Pictures
  • September 2006

  • Random Notes on Stuff
  • CVREG Online
  • The Cory Maye Post
  • A Touch of the Surreal
  • Join me in getting things done
  • Kudos
  • Notes from the Front
  • Feeds = Burned
  • Happy Anniversary
  • The Hindu Roots of Public Education
  • New Ideas in Subversion
  • Feeling better about Xubuntu
  • More Thoughts on Conspiracy
  • Spotlight on Tasha
  • Xubuntu installation is a pain
  • Transparency is better than nothing
  • Check out the new theme on Jeremy!
  • Richmond on Ruby
  • Two Views on Complexity and Conspiracy
  • Labor Day Weekend
  • Activism on Rails
  • Beyond Social Bookmarking
  • August 2006

  • Giving Republicans a Great Name
  • Corporatism: The Equal Right to Kick and Be Kicked
  • Israel as America's Hofjuden
  • A Smart Child is a Terrible Thing to Waste
  • Focus on Law Enforcement
  • Prank calls with a Kaos pad
  • Cui bono?
  • Viral Book Questionaire
  • Scott Adams Channels Kevin Carson
  • Learn From My Pain: Deploying Rails on DreamHost
  • IM me
  • What I'm listening to lately
  • July 2006

  • Tools
  • Towards Productive Anti-Terrorism Discussion
  • ThreadSpinner coming along
  • Studies in Mutualist Technical Geekery
  • The Two Sides of the Skepticist's Coin
  • Feedlounge: Even Kickass Interfaces Need Decent Support
  • Fair warning
  • Balko is on fire!
  • Planning, Markets, and Logical Conclusions
  • The Industrial Radical
  • Scalia twisted my words!
  • Business, Markets, and Hero Worship
  • What is going on in Lebanon?
  • Substantive Discussion Alert!
  • Managing genius by God's will
  • Human Nature: the Fulcrum of Political Polarity
  • The Utility of Hipocrisy
  • Wrong Thinking on the Minimum Wage
  • Risk, Control, and Profits: A Look at Externalities in the Gasoline "Market"
  • Right Thinking Girl: NYT should give al Qaeda equal propaganda
  • Wrong Thinking Girl is coming down
  • SocialPlex and ThreadSpinner
  • NSA Telephone Monitoring Program Preceeds 9/11
  • Anarchism, Prescription, and Prediction
  • Robert Anton Wilson is on his deathbed
  • Limited Liability and Market Calculation
  • The Return of the Complex
  • Humans are easy to figure out!
  • June 2006

  • Server Shuffling Complete!
  • Shuffling servers presently, standby...
  • May 2006

  • What I Mean by Regimentation, or: Why I Quit the Democrats
  • Life is a little better right now
  • Maintaining National Purity through Regimentation
  • Life is kind of sucking right now
  • Consolidating Elite Interests through Regimentation
  • Great Weekend
  • Understanding the Neoconservative Gestalt: Conservative Ontology
  • April 2006

  • Making Liberalism Matter: Rediscovering the Leftist Tradition
  • Thinking about feelings: Wilco's A.M.
  • The Bush-Clinton Iraq Agenda
  • Quick Notes from Iraq
  • Tweaking Your Content's Performance
  • Quote of the Day
  • Wolf Parade
  • Reflections on Carsonian Mutualism: Vulgar Libertarian Revisionism
  • The ePaper Revolution is Imminent
  • Reflections on Carsonian Mutualism: Conditional Advocacy of Free Markets?
  • Professionalism in Law Enforcement: Shoot Foot, Blame Somebody Else
  • Quick Reader Survey
  • Mates of State
  • Web Dev Taboos, Part 1 of 1: Don't Insult Your Users
  • Government Intimidation: "...because they like to do it"
  • Quote of the Day
  • Enron: The Other Side of the Story
  • Strategies for Coping with Content Overload
  • Rothbard's Left and Right: Forty Years Later
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Conservation of Individual Conscience
  • Quote of the Day
  • The Austrian Response to Mutualism
  • RightThinkingGirl is back!
  • Coordinating Opposition Radicals and Incrementalists
  • Setting the Context for Revolution
  • March 2006

  • Reaching Out to Left Libertarianism
  • Kicked out of the fringes
  • A personal reflection on war and responsibility
  • Corporations are not people
  • MLL letter of libertarian solidarity
  • Representative democracy ueber alles
  • Firefly
  • Just checking in...
  • Harry Browne has died
  • February 2006

  • Web 2.0: Another step towards social memory?
  • Fiscal presumption of guilt?
  • Blogospheric pressure increasing?
  • In Synch
  • More about del.icio.us
  • Let's talk about abortion - SOME MORE!
  • New feature: Linkblog
  • Jeremy's web experience
  • Q&A on the Law of One
  • Open Source Paradigm Shift
  • Pictures from the Archetypes Gathering
  • Essay Found! / Progressive Culture
  • Upgraded to Wordpress 2.0.1
  • Do no evil - void where prohibited
  • Conclusion of the Archetypes Gathering
  • In the morning of the magicians
  • Archetypes Gathering begins
  • Subsidizing the "addiction"
  • Made my day
  • January 2006

  • Unintended consequences to overwhelming force
  • Experts Claim Official 9/11 Story is a Hoax
  • Alito sworn in.
  • Quote of the day
  • Attention Deficit Democracy by James Bovard
  • American Dad
  • Quote of the day
  • Beliefs matter more than catch phrases
  • Microunions outmanuever the corporatist state
  • BitTorrent client recommendations
  • New book on archetypes in spirituality
  • Whitewashing the bribers
  • Quote of the day
  • Quote of the day
  • Tom Hamilton's American Babies
  • Quote of the Day
  • I love 24, but...
  • A joke for the nerds out there
  • Quote of the day
  • Bring It Back
  • Sunday Reading: Summarizing Jeremy's Corner of the Blogosphere
  • Sunday Boing-Boing Reading
  • Matrix Ping Pong
  • Security as Voluntary Cooperation
  • Surveillance: Open Source vs. Monopoly
  • I upgraded to Wordpress 2.0 tonight
  • On Paranoia and the Fucked Up Novel
  • December 2005

  • On Paranoia and the Police State
  • New Years Resolutions (hold me to them)
  • A Piece of the Action
  • The cycle continues...
  • Where have I heard of this NSA before?
  • Hung by his own words
  • The beginning of the end?
  • The other libertarian meat
  • Corporate welfare dwarfs profits
  • November 2005

  • Libertarian podcast plugs
  • OneFeed goes beta
  • Understanding the Neoconservative Gestalt - Forward
  • MacStansbury.org: On faking it
  • Iraq didn't get the memo
  • Democracy is not freedom
  • SMC on LibertyFilter
  • Math vs. Imagination: Which is better?
  • Just sad
  • Democrats ARE playing politics
  • Brothers Past at the State Theater
  • Truth is for people, not power
  • Interesting development in the Iraq debate
  • Donnie Darko
  • Holocaust denial an arrestable offense in Austria
  • Jeremy's guidelines for public relations success
  • Frank Zappa on Crossfire
  • Bush is wrong: the concise rebuttal
  • 83,000 detained by U.S. Gov't in the War on Terruh
  • Why do libertarians hate Chomsky?
  • Soliciting suggestions for news feeds
  • Arthur Silber is back!
  • China is not the panacea of liberalism
  • Look in the mirror
  • Uninspired
  • October 2005

  • The Video Game Pianist
  • The libertarian anti-war position, but better written
  • September 2005

  • Austin City Limits breakdown
  • The bubble tunnel
  • More wedding content
  • Craziness Accomplished
  • Showtime
  • Few people trust politicians, global survey shows
  • By popular demand
  • Another libertarian Katrina perspective
  • So far, so good...
  • The return of MFC
  • My best man and I...
  • Government priorities revealed at last...
  • Anniversary of 9/11
  • Political Issues Snarled Plans for Military Help After Hurricane - New York Times
  • Solving bureaucratic problems with more bureaucracy
  • "OK, I am becoming a Libertarian"
  • Why is it just getting worse?
  • Thompson's ashes fired into sky
  • Never would have guessed
  • Defining Left Libertarianism
  • This time the lying is intolerable
  • The looting hasn't even begun
  • FEMA appears to be sabotaging the relief effort
  • The Bursting Point
  • This is why tax cuts are not enough
  • Stop talking and do something
  • From the Interdictor
  • You just can't make this stuff up
  • Voices in the Wilderness: Who's to blame?
  • Us kids know
  • Race determines media coverage
  • Voices in the Wilderness: Wil Forbis
  • August 2005

  • Continuing Series: Voices in the Wilderness
  • Relieved
  • Please excuse our mess
  • ISB Hosting
  • Ya know what would be cool?
  • Apply the same standard, you asses
  • Congratulations to CJ and Parker!
  • A point of order
  • What motivates the typical conservative?
  • Finally on flickr
  • Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed
  • End of conference
  • Steven Tyman: Archetypes of Transformation
  • Carla Rueckert: Living with the Chakra System (Part II)
  • Vara Lingklip: Seeing the Self
  • Tobey Wheelock: Living the Law of One with Children
  • Question & Answer #1
  • Paul Jacobs: Spiritually Oriented Activism
  • Jim McCarthy: Pioneering 4th Density
  • Jim and Maxine Pfefferkorn: Our Life with the Law of One
  • Carla Rueckert: What is Our Situation?
  • Carla Rueckert: Living with the Chakra System (Part I)
  • Old post released
  • Gary's Talk
  • Creating the Circle
  • End o' the day
  • Living the Law of One
  • My company rules
  • Life continues to browbeat me...
  • A look at the Poddery
  • Question for everybody
  • Why I'm not on MySpace
  • Coming out of hiding (no, not closet, you sicko)
  • July 2005

  • Ooh, a new conspiracy! Daddy like!
  • Talk about hitting close to home
  • Karl Rove might be even more of an asshole than previously thought
  • June 2005

  • The skinny on the week
  • First day at new job
  • Long time no blog
  • Why not just declare victory?
  • Vinyl is too hip for Russia
  • The Arcade Fire: Funeral
  • Americans suffering = good
  • Former Bush team member calls official 9/11 story "bogus"
  • American security guards attack US Marines?
  • Shark Blog? Shark Blog.
  • I resigned today
  • Help stop Stalinism!
  • Engagement Pictures
  • Why I blog
  • Big News
  • Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore by John Prine
  • Man summons UFO on demand LIVE on the air
  • May 2005

  • This is a cry for help
  • Memorial Day weekend
  • There are conservatives...
  • What is the Dark Side of the Force?
  • Tales from the sky #1
  • REAL ULTIMATE POWER
  • Breaking News: Congressman Throws Temper Tantrum!
  • Why I think hyperreligious people are scary:
  • What a day
  • The Right Wing has spoken
  • Save a CEO...
  • Politics really does suck...
  • God, we are such prudes!
  • Pics from John and Nicole's wedding are here!
  • Real quick shout out...
  • Please register to comment
  • From the country that brought you Adolf Hitler
  • A cheaper way to piss Muslims off
  • 8-bit goodness
  • Registered commenting?
  • PostSecret
  • Obligatory Star Wars content to follow...
  • For the FAQ: What is 6th Density Research and Recording?
  • Brothers Past
  • What a deal!
  • Newsweek lied - people died
  • A note from Tom Ridge...
  • Bostonian Weekend
  • My personality defect
  • Mutual funds are a scam?
  • Surreality Alert: Tom DeLay is preaching to us about humility
  • Jackie discovers irony!
  • April 2005

  • Matt's day in the sun
  • Can you tell Episode III is coming?
  • Welcome to Jesusland!
  • Anti-Corporate Libertarianism
  • They elected a new pope!!!
  • Matt has a big announcement
  • Dirty Talk Advisory
  • Stop playin'
  • Libertarian Judicial Activism
  • Libertarian Democrats, ASSEMBLE!
  • Won't Get Fooled Again?
  • The Worst 9/11 Tribute - Ever
  • South Park Jeremy
  • It's not... gay...
  • Tela, my beagle
  • March Madness in April
  • "All your base are belong to us"
  • What it's like to be a woman and why men should care
  • My little brother is getting married
  • March 2005

  • Some Conservatives DO Get It
  • Please excuse our mess
  • One of those moments...
  • Michael Jackson is all that
  • I will no longer pretend that George W. Bush has any principles
  • What is this "human life"?
  • Champagne kind of sucks
  • Terry Schiavo, please just die.
  • 'Playgirl' Editor Fired for Being Republican
  • FYI
  • Looking any better?
  • General Call for Bitching
  • Sorry for all the slacking, R.
  • February 2005

  • Welcome to the new Social Memory Complex
  • R.I.P. Hunter - you will be missed.
  • Poor, confused Richard Perle - reality just keeps catching him off guard! But that won't keep him from dreaming.Perle, a veteran of the Reagan admini...
  • You know, in the midst of all this treason talk I've been thinking about my position on the war. On the one hand, I believe success in Iraq will furt...
  • Wow, check this shit out, g. Apparently a small black box that generates random numbers predicted the 9/11 attacks and the tsunami. Wilcock talked a...
  • On the front page of Drudge Report: Photographic Evidence of Global Warming:Pretty undeniable. However, there's a lot of holes in the theory that th...
  • Finally, I am vindicated!!! Libertarian Girl is a fake! Thanks to X and Hammer of Truth.All is right with the world again... a world where significa...
  • Oh, God. This fucked up article was in Tasha's hometown paper. Try to remember that where she's from has like 10,000 people and is one of the larger...
  • After considering the consequences of Right Thinking Girl's ridiculous position on treason, I've decided that the current popularity of intolerant pol...
  • I am officially giving up on Right Wing Girl. I like the people there, I really do. But I cannot respect somebody who seriously believes this:...lib...
  • Mexigogue drops the logic on us... why not blow up Iran?1: It is not ethical to attack someone on the hypothetical premise that they might be thinking...
  • Whew, what a week. Recovering from Florida has been rough, but I've done it somehow. You can see pics here - just don't bitch about them. I'm a cra...
  • Florida Debauchery
  • January 2005

  • Marion Barry to Teach Chemistry ClassEven though he's kind of an asshole, hat tip to James. I'm just glad I found this before Wil did.
  • I know a lot of people have argued to me that instead of ripping on Libertarian Girl every chance I get, I should instead ignore her. That way I limi...
  • Hey, check out my friend Andy's band, Communist Bakesale.Man, they'll give anybody a domain, won't they (a point proven by any given porn site's URL)?
  • My boy Sizzle has an interesting "rant" that he posted some days ago about some cockamimey Bloggers Bill of Rights:What I fail to see though is how bl...
  • Ladies and gentlemen, presenting:THE EUROTWINS!And don't forget Headies McWilliamson......and Rude Marissa.TOO RUDE 4 U!!!!That was last weekend. Tha...
  • Given the fact that no WMDs were found in Iraq: how can you, on the one hand, support the war in Iraq, and believe this:I don't see how the words of t...
  • Wil's post about Social Security reform prompted a memory I had about a story Tasha told me about a while ago. She heard a story on NPR which you can...
  • I'm still working on a post about Bush's speech yesterday. I want to get my points right, as I think everybody is underestimating what may be a telli...
  • There's an editorial in the World Tribune about Iraq written by a U.S. soldier in Iraq. I am always interested in hearing the unfiltered and varied o...
  • I updated my post about Libertarian Girl. I also ate a quesadilla. Further bulletins as events warrant.
  • Sunday, January 16, 2005
  • Ha - I'm staying at a friend's house after a night of drunken debauchery, and after about a total of 2 hours of sleep I was dragged in to listening to...
  • Well, I'm sorry to say Richmond is no more. The four of us just destroyed it. Godzilla-style. Well, Godzilla-dancing-to-bluegrass-style.I only wish...
  • Does anybody else think Bush's hand motions look like gang signs?DC can be a rough neighborhood if you flash the wrong ones, yo.
  • When I first saw Drudge today, I thought the headline "UK ROCKED" was really lame. More fretting about the royal family that I could care less about....
  • Two very important points I want to make:Right Thinking Girl is definately my favorite blog right now. I have significant problems with the author's ...
  • Today I am thoughtful. I just got out of meeting at our customer's office. And I swear that every surname on every office was a different first lett...
  • Y'know, a lot of bloggers are writing indignant and/or defensive posts about this story.But not me. It pretty much speaks for itself.And am I the onl...
  • OK. Some of you may think from the past two posts that I do not like women or something like that. That's not true at all! "Proof," I hear you clam...
  • From the internet that brought you Craigslist:Skanks, Hos and The Men Who Inexplicably Love ThemThis website is cursed thrice. Not only is it about p...
  • If any of my readers want to see how not to do a blog, please visit Libertarian Girl. I'd deliver the cutdowns myself, but why should I when Mr. X ha...
  • I know what you're thinking. "Great post there, Jeremy. We were all really worried because we hadn't heard about your personal life and/or inconveni...
  • Ahh, man. Life's been rough lately. Forgive the lack of posts.First off, I don't know if I already told y'all this (I'm too lazy to go and see if I ...
  • Happy New Year. Bleh. So what else is new?Had a blast this past weekend in Philly. Thursday at the very last Disco Biscuits concert I will ever att...
  • December 2004

  • How's your Xmas season going? That's right, I took the "Christ" out of "Christmas". What.Anyway, I just got over a nasty cold, put new tires on my l...
  • Wow - Drudge Report is actually worth reading today. Lots of good stories to peruse, the first obvious one being Rumsfeld getting hated on by Trent L...
  • Heh heh heh... Wonkette comments on Bush's participation in the Jewish Menorah lighting ceremony thusly:You wouldn't necessarily think a holiday that ...
  • By the way, after looking over this post again, I realize it's not entirely fair. Liberals don't usually acknowledge the consequences of our past for...
  • You know what? I'm tired of fighting about politics.Seriously.I'm sick of it. I just want to have my beliefs, and live my life. Of course, that's p...
  • From the Christian Science Monitor, a new report by the Defense Science Board - a Pentagon advisory committee - sharply constrasts the message of the ...
  • A lot of people have been finding this blog from one that I've been reading and posting on a LOT lately called Right Thinking Girl. If you want to ex...
  • Why do conservatives not acknowledge that we've been fucking around in the Middle East for the past 50 years and maybe, just maybe, that has something...
  • November 2004

  • I took the past week off for Thanksgiving. I am not hungry anymore.
  • Remind me again: why do people watch this guy's show? Oh, yeah because he's such a successful businessman:Trump denied the bankruptcy was a setback."...
  • I'm not entirely certain this is a bad idea:European Union justice and interior ministers agreed Friday that new immigrants to the 25-nation bloc shou...
  • What does "support the troops" mean?
  • You know who is one of the dumbest people on the planet? Peggy Noonan.For the life of me, I don't understand how an article like this gets syndicated...
  • Regarding the whole Kevin Sites filming Marines shooting wounded Iraqis / terrorists / insurgents / freedom fighters; what the hell is the big deal? ...
  • From David Brin's wonderful blog (which I'm just starting to explore) a great H.L. Mencken quote:On July 26, 1920 HL Mencken wrote the following in th...
  • Looks like a recount in Ohio is happening after all:Libertarian Michael Badnarik and the Green Party's David Cobb said on Monday they raised more than...
  • In keeping with my theme of mutating the Democrats into the Libertarian Party, check out this blog that talks all about it. Also, apparently there is...
  • This article from Knappster illustrates my point on election fraud much better than I did.While the media falls all over itself to explain why last Tu...
  • Hey, everybody likes comics - especially ones about honest Republicans.Damn, Reason kinda sounds cool now. I used to think it was some objectivist ra...
  • My friend Wil (who does not like permalinks, apparently) misses the point on the "election fraud" meme:While I'm sure there are real irregularities, I...
  • It's Veterans Day. But I'm not sure veterans need our support. They seem to already think they're the shit. I get their sacrifice shoved down my th...
  • My main man Bill Maher may be a snob, but he's funny and right:Sorry, there I go again, kidding when I should be healing. Hey, say what you will about...
  • Does anybody on the Internet not read Andrew Sullivan?I don't have anything against the guy, I just don't like his site.
  • This is a great article with a good point:Surely we have not been reduced to arguing that we are not as bad as terrorists, writes Waleed Aly.Too many ...
  • WTF, now I'm agreeing with James Carville?One possibility, he said, was to embrace a reform-oriented, anti-Washington agenda. That would require the a...
  • Hey, almost forgot to mention that there's some new features on 6thdensity.net. I've got a gallery system now and also a pemanent place to store my m...
  • Sorry, everybody.It's actually pretty funny.
  • The "all seeing eye" is quite ubiquitous lately, isn't it?This is from Eminem's new video decrying the Iraq war:Hey, what's that in the bottom right h...
  • Y'know what's cool? Going to bars, drinking, throwing darts, and talking to good friends. It's the simple pleasures, yo.
  • I'm still thinking and talking about the election. Which is wierd, since about one day before hand I couldn't have cared less who won. And now it's ...
  • Jane Smiley appears to agree with me:The reason the Democrats have lost five of the last seven presidential elections is simple: A generation ago, the...
  • Is there light at the end of the dank, dark tunnel that is the Democratic mindset? Will they realize that the future of opposing the Republicans lies...
  • Salon has a great article that I really think vindicates points that I made here as well as here. The Democrats have three choices, the way I see it:...
  • Why?! Why?! Why?!One thing I know for certain: we will get what we deserve. We always do. We will become that which we fear.I'm not as angry as th...
  • Here's a post I did on a message board I frequent, but I thought I'd share it with you. Names have been changed to protect the innocent. I was respo...
  • Well, I won't say who I voted for, but I'm glad it's over. We've now moved in our petty workplace conversations from the question of "for whom to vot...
  • Here's a picture of Gary, Sabine, and me from our visit to Avalon in rural Kentucky. Can you step to the vintage Libertarian campaign tee shirt? No ...
  • Crackhayd, you so craaaaaaazy!My brother Chris is gonna love this story!
  • A-ha, the election is tomorrow. I just want to say that I hope that, despite the dismal state of our electoral process, you find a candidate that you...
  • October 2004

  • Where is a nice, solid brick wall when you really need something to bang your skull against?
  • Hey, I'm moving this site to my new domain, 6thdensity.net. From now on that's where I am. Peace.
  • Let me know what you think of the new site design.That's right, Wil. I'm actually asking you to bitch.My friend Matt has offered to host my blog on h...
  • I'm sorry, I know that I come off as Harry Browne's biggest fan, but the guy really does cut through the bullshit. And his assessment of America's tr...
  • Wow, an article on Fox News that I can stand! Radley Balko has given us the most concise and comprehensive argument against Bush and Kerry that I hav...
  • As ashamed as I am to simply post somebody else's blog post, I couldn't resist. Besides, I'm lazy. This is from Assymmetrical Information.This excel...
  • Fuckin' a.Fuck you, John Saleeby. Jon Stewart rocks.
  • This is great:Intelligence vets are still musing over Michael Kostiw, whose reported shoplifting forced his withdrawal this month as the CIA's prospec...
  • Whoa, another week or two's gone by. Time to blog in a cynical, meaningless manner.The past week was crazy, what with Sabine visiting and our trip to...
  • Last night I finally got in touch with my old friend from King George, Matt. Matt and I go way back to like middle school. He actually posted on his...
  • I'm at work on a Saturday. Somebody shoot me.
  • I've just realized how much of an impact Wil Forbis could have on the upcoming election.Now, just think about ALL the Democrat women voters that were ...
  • Hey, you, listen up. If you check this links table on the right side of this page, you'll see I added a link to IM me on AOL Instant Messenger. I've...
  • God my blogging is for shit. I've been so busy with work, I haven't had time to say anything. Any free time I've had has been helping Tasha out, get...
  • September 2004

  • WELP, finally got the "Badnarik for President" bumper sticker on the Jetta. Now I don't even have to run other cars off the road for people to think ...
  • I'm getting a little sick and tired of my friends who are voting for Kerry berating me for not. What the fuck? It's like - I'm not voting for Bush, ...
  • Sorry, y'all. Been busy as shit and blogging's the first thing to go. Damn.Been working on all sorts of new music, so I'm just gonna ride that for n...
  • Sneak peaks on brand new tracks at the new site for Sixth Density Drum and Bass.
  • Sometimes, when somebody speaks the truth, the sheer weight of it stuns you. After that fascist fest last night, William Saletan tears that idiot Zel...
  • I've started working on my music again, and should have some short demo tracks of the new songs in the near future. Until then, check out my stuff by...
  • August 2004

  • Must advertise Brothers Past's GETAWAY TORR. I'm gonna get to see them 5 times in October. WHAT!And the craziness doesn't end with the alternative s...
  • From the paranoid delusions department:Republican-haters plan on dressing up as RNC volunteers, and giving false directions to little blue hair ladies...
  • This guy has really made me think. He wrote an article that argues that trying to defend the tradition of conservatism (against such apologetic terms...
  • But back to angry political commentary: Here's an article by Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary for Clinton. He's a cheerleader for how great thin...
  • I'm really enjoying Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm on DVD. I know I'm like 5 years behind (I didn't start watching Seinfeld till Season 6 or 7) b...
  • I hear this guy is kind of an asshole, but even assholes can be right, as evidenced in this outtake from his article published today:Every day, more a...
  • Well, I had a great time at the Phish show at Hampton Colliseum. It was about what I expected, performance wise. It was a decent show, with good mom...
  • Some friends of mine whom I know through BP hooked me up with Hampton Phish tickets! Kickass!Don't let anybody ever tell you that bitching on public ...
  • It kind of bothers me that I'm getting so interested in this Software Design course I'm taking at work. I'm finding it harder and harder to ignore th...
  • Well, this isn't the greatest week ever, but at the very least people will stop talking about that big taxpayer funded party they held up in Boston. ...
  • July 2004

  • From the pioneers at CorpWatch.org, a reminder about the true nature of John Kerry's campaign:This week John Kerry will accept the Democratic nominati...
  • If you're looking for market solutions to environmental problems (a la my libertarianism and environmentalism post) you can now tune in to The Commons...
  • We went backpacking this weekend. Short but sweet, probably about 10-12 miles total. It takes us so damn long just to get to the trailhead anyway......
  • Alright, Friday! Finally can put the meaningless drudgery of work behind me for 48 hours. How will I spend it? Going backpacking in Shenendoah Nati...
  • Ok, so you think emoticons are gay, Wil. Fair enough. I think footnotes for blog posts are gay*.And, yes, both of us are terribly repressed.= yes, t...
  • How do I comment on this?Damn you, Gary Bean. :-)
  • Another harrowing image from the Iraqi occupation...I know, I know... that oil fire burning off in the distance breaks my heart, too.By the way, Wil, ...
  • Well lots of stuff happened since Wednesday.  First of all, I did decide to go to Raleigh, but a big ass storm hit my town.  Has to be the w...
  • Whoa, boy. I have been just way to lazy to update my blog. So let me apologize to all my fans.Yeah, uh, sorry Clyde! :-)Anyway, this weekend was wi...
  • OH, BTW - saw Fahrenheit 9/11 on Monday. That was a pretty good movie. Completely biased and emotional, but at least it gave people an antidote to t...
  • The universe is wierd. I get turned down for one job (programming slot machines) but I get a raise and promotion at my current job. Huh.Anyway, just...
  • Happy Independence Day. This article pretty much describes how I feel about it.But it wasn't what I was thinking about yesterday. Yesterday I was on...
  • A Guys Gone Wild video? WTF? Who wants to see that? I guess somebody who maybe didn't go to college...? But that's kind of my argument against the...
  • Man, I just recently joined a group for INTJs, and we're some argumentative assholes, let me tell ya. But, we tend to concede when we don't know some...
  • June 2004

  • Humiliated by the Brits
  • Random Picture Day
  • Dolla dolla bill
  • Update on Me
  • Outer Banks Adventures
  • Bye
  • Moving Forward on Unified Field Theory
  • Disclosure or Digression? You decide.
  • Disclaimer or Digression? You decide.
  • Anybody wanna quick laugh? Go here and bring your mini plastic flag. Damn, people are dumb.Why are people dumb? Well, I think like every other prob...
  • I had fun kayaking this weekend. I need more physical activity in my life. Maybe we can go backpacking again soon (my favorite activity that burns c...
  • I recently got into what almost appeared to be an intelligent conversation on Wil's blog, so I decided to move the topic here (HA!). The discussion w...
  • Who ended the Cold War? Gorbachev did.So there.Thank God it's Friday, I'm ready to go home and... umm... get on Blogger again.
  • I know a lot of you are wondering who I am. Well, I took this test and this test and they said this movie and this leader represent me best:Sweet - n...
  • Rage against the (electronic voting) machine:The adventure began in spring 2003, when a hacker broke into Diebold's computer system and unearthed 15,0...
  • Undereported.com is a good site to check periodically, as they can keep you up to date on goings-on that are under the media line of sight (or explici...
  • From The Onion:Reagan To Be Honored With $5,000-A-Head FuneralWASHINGTON, DC-Former President Ronald Reagan will be honored with five days of memorial...
  • More evidence of what happens when big business gives big government sexual gratification. Check out the shit Enron was trying to pull on Cali:One em...
  • I read Counterpunch selectively - it's pretty left leaning - but when you have politics like mine, you take a little from column A and a little from c...
  • Hey, this is hella interesting: check out New World Disorder, as well as the nifty blog with cool pictures and articles. Reading this blog makes me r...
  • Damn, Bush really does suck. I've never heard of this Capitol Hill Blue website before, but even if the shit on there isn't true, I have no problem s...
  • Reason to Hope
  • A correction
  • Oh, yeah, and if anybody out there has any experience with software router programs, give me a holla.Anybody ever notice that Internet Explorer proble...
  • Everybody shut up. Listen - I just had the best sushi last night. It's philadelphia roll, deep fried in tempura batter! Damn that was good. The on...
  • I don't know about y'all, but when I was growin' up, my white middle class ass was listenin' to some hip-hop. Cube, Dre, Snoop, Ghetto Boys, Public E...
  • As this blog comes together, I'd just like to thank Wil Forbis of Acid Logic fame for getting me started at blogging. I'm enjoying the experience imm...
  • I'll give you a topic: the blog's new look, discuss.Oh yeah, check out this essay a wrote for my friend Eskmo and his website The Helix Network called...
  • Libertarianism and Environmentalism
  • OK, well, just finished watching The Fog of War and it was very interesting and candid. I'm not sure what to think of MacNamara. On the one hand, th...
  • Welcome to Social Memory Complex, my new blog
  • I just finished watching a documentary called Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary. Basically it was a series of interviews with an old lady who was one of...
  • How much do they have to flaunt it before you realize that Republicans and Democrats are two wings of the SAME FUCKING PARTY?Christ, they're practical...
  • Just FYI, the Libertarian Party picked it's nominee for the 2004 Presidential Race. Good for them. The winner, Badnarik, seems like a good guy - a l...