“Not Like That”

Despite how corporations always harp about the importance of leadership and teamwork, there are certain sorts of leadership and teamwork they’ll stomp out like a rhino stomps out a fire: The woman’s facial expression in the third panel is the best.


Midwits – Those who are just smart enough to be taught to be fantastically stupid.  The rise of the internet has helped this particular subset of mankind to spread and gain influence.  Much of the crazier recent sociopolitical trends have midwits happily serving as their foot soldiers.  Below are some observations a rather insightful person … More Midwits

Racism and the Devil

An interesting little essay on how the concept of Racism has taken on a supernatural level of existence akin to the Devil in the psyche of many who lives in western society: Modern society may be officially materialistic, but this doesn’t stop humans from having immaterial experiences. Some of the most potent immaterial experiences are … More Racism and the Devil

Cycle of Life

In light of the ongoing trial of Derek Chauvin, a police officer, over his involvement of the death of George Floyd, one can’t help but notice all of it is simply part of a larger urban life cycle often seen certain American cities:

Social Justice Warriors vs Conspiracy Theorists

A brief treatise on how modern Social Justice Warriors share a lot of similarities to conspiracy theorists: All the social justice movements have more in common with conspiracy theorists than they might want to believe. Modern society has brought them to a point where they can no longer identify systemic discrimination as a force of … More Social Justice Warriors vs Conspiracy Theorists

Manufactured Outrage

I’m not typically passionate about politics and have not voted for either presidential candidate in the recent election in the US. However, I can’t help but notice very obvious differential treatments from the media between the recent protests in the nation’s capital and the BLM protests that took place over the summer & fall of … More Manufactured Outrage