The Age of Wireless Narcotics

Just watch how they walk down busy streets of their metropolis, appearing all too busy, with gadgets on every limb—save one for that coffee. They are all so very busy, focused on the information coming from every direction and through every sensory organ, but are they really? They appear to focus on something, but it seems to me like their focus is on the very distraction itself. This attention-seeking bombardment of information slowly...

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Postmodern ways to sell your soul

We still keep watching the fallout from the recent financial collapse and its ramifications. It’s been more than 4 years, but the “how” is still a big question for the average folk on the street. It’s hard to fathom for a wage earner or a small business owner or an entrepreneur how these sophisticated financial derivatives work. We have no clue what those bankers did, and it honestly seems to me that only a very few of them are aware of...

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World Union of Culpa Innata: So unique yet so familiar

One of the editorial reviewers of Culpa Innata said that “What also sets this novel apart is the wonderful world the writer has created, which is unique enough to make us wonder, and yet familiar enough to have real-world lessons for readers.” This is an excellent way to sum up Culpa Innata’s World Union… And it’s not as far from us as one might think. Just think about the current financial fluctuations in the globe, and how a...

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Look at the future: You will see today.

With exhaustive comparisons to the Roman example, many political scientists and historians argue that the US is in the verge of becoming an empire, if not already. Ignore the popular comments made in the media about how powerful a few other nations are emerging in the absence of a global superpower nemesis like the Soviet Union.Those nations may possess a growing economic power, however they lack the experience and expertise to act in the global...

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