Gonna re-orient myself to the direction of the solstices/lunar maximum/minimums, instead of this north south bullshit


So civ thinks that killing monkey or monkey habitat is okay and good even, but exploiting for labor is bad. What does this say about our present circumstances? Has civ become self aware that labor is what made humans non-monkey and a return to monkey would necessitate the abolition of work? Is civ afraid of monkey laborers because the proletarianization of monkey threatens homosapiens hegemony?

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Okay just to join in on the coconut discourse as a facetious asshole I did a bit of quick research and what I found has larger implications about coconuts and anticiv.

An infographic? On my mastodon feed? It’s more likely than you think

Against consensus! We don’t have to agree

imagine the cosmic horror a sustainable civilization would unleash, were such a thing possible...

have y’all read Blessed Is the Flame? if not then do it. heavy stuff but an essential analysis of how revolt can and does occur in even the most oppressive and hopeless of circumstances theanarchistlibrary.org/librar

bolo’bolo, suicide, liberal ngo 

Anyone ever noticed that the extinction rebellion logo is the symbol for nugo from bolo’bolo which is a “death pill” used to commit suicide? No? Just me?

Obviously for some people social media is their job (or tied up in their income), and I’m not hating on that (well, a little bit, it depends) but the rest of us don’t work with you or for you so don’t act like we do.

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A lot of people treat social media/their internet presence like it’s a job and they desperately want to be manager.

As someone who has read an incredible amount of shitty books, I will say that A Darker Shade of Magic is in the top three shittiest. That’s the problem with trying to find good fiction based on lists on the internet and awards like the Hugos and Nebulas.

@bugs There is a picture by Klee called *Angelus Novus*. It shows an angel who seems about to move away from something he stares at. His eyes are wide, his mouth is open, his wings are spread. This is how the angel of history must look. His face is turned toward the past. Where a chain of events appears before *us*, *he* sees one single catastrophe, which keeps piling wreckage upon wreckage and hurls it at his feet. The angel would like to stay, awaken the dead, and make whole what has been smashed. But a storm is blowing from Paradise and has got caught in his wings; it is so strong that the angel can no longer close them. This storm drives him irresistibly into the future, to which his back is turned, while the pile of debris before him grows toward the sky. What we call progress is *this* storm.

How do y’all format/edit pirated books so that they aren’t a nightmare to read on kindle?

Only respond to this if you answer every question in the order that they are presented... or else.

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Where can I read Oak Journal? Has anyone transcribed it yet? Did any of y’all get one of those real tree balanophage shirts? Did you know that in Divinity II there’s a talking squirrel who rides a skeleton cat named Quercus (Latin name for oak trees)?

> The impact of human civilization on the biomass of mammals.

We are not the same, and we shouldn't be

Really glad I don’t kick it with anyone who thinks that punitive measures or policing = liberation

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