Belief and acceptance are different attitudes. Some humans say that "they don't believe in the Theory of Evolution" because they feel their personal beliefs are of consequence to the Theory - they aren't. The sentiment seems to be that denying something strongly enough will make it false - it doesn't. Religious Pronouncements Religious pronouncements consistently [...]
Taking time from loging stories in what has become my journal is weird, but it's necessary. I wanted to take time today to remind you that everything that happens in the world affects you. Remember, as you read this, that it's all about you, all the good and the bad. All the choices you make [...]
A conversation with a hardened criminal about the failures of conventional wisdom and the damage they cause to society.
The air is alive in the small Spanish restaurant tonight. Most patrons have come to see an important boxing match that is, despite its significance to the sport, obscured by concurrent events. From the laughter, the clinging of tequila glasses and cheap beer bottles, a sense of normality greets those who have come here to [...]
On February 29th of 2016, my human form received a letter in the mail that, as far as we could see at the time, was entirely nonsensical. There was no return address on the envelope, and it was signed by the February Man. The letter is long and hard to read because of how it's [...]
Some would call this a myth, but in the spirit of calling a spade a spade, I offer you proof that Albert Einstein did not believe in God. I call it a lie because it seems to result from the need to push or defend an indefensible agenda. Even today, religious groups and individuals claim [...]
Yes, it goes almost without saying that vaccine mandates are undesirable - they infringe on personal freedom and body autonomy principles. As the ultimate symbol of independence, acting in defence of liberty at the beginning of time, I reject the idea of a government telling individuals what to do with their bodies. And liberty is [...]
Data shows a majority of internet surfers don't read past the headlines. And the numbers aren't negligible. Maksym Gabielkov and his team at Columbia University show that over 60% of readers will share an article without reading it. You can read the study, a joint effort between Columbia University and The National Institute for Research in [...]
Think about this, and this is purely speculative on my part, but a conspiracy of conspiracies makes sense. And because this is the Devil's blog, we'll continue with the premise that I am the brightest star in the room. Photo by Ruslan Alekso As you position yourself on the floor to begin touching yourself to [...]
Reblog from Peyton Dracco about the difference between persuasion and manipulation.