Tag Archives: protest

Money Makes the World Go Askew

I’m constantly seeing stuff about Bitcoin, although admittedly a significant amount of it is jokes about how no one can understand it. I’m not sure why play money invented by smug tech geeks really deserves national attention; we might as … Continue reading

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I Hate You, But You Love Me

I’ve been meaning to write a political post for a while now, but do I really have anything to say that hasn’t been said a million times already? The country has had plenty of terrible people as President, but were … Continue reading

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Stations of the Flag

I don’t follow sports, so I doubt I ever would have heard of Colin Kaepernick’s decision to remain seated during the national anthem before a football game if it hadn’t been all over the news. But I did see a … Continue reading

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Are There Really Pirates on the Net?

No, I didn’t black out any of my web pages to protest SOPA or PIPA, partially because I’m lazy, but also because I’ve never been someone who really thought protests like that made much of a difference. I hope I’m … Continue reading

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