Man, what a great time to be alive!
The best and brightest should be running at full speed at this point. The question is into what?
Eventually, the king always takes liberties ...
I continue to feel like I'm standing between poles that I cannot align myself with.
Ever wanted to know what life was like in the 30s? You will.
This is the road to despotism. This is the fevered dream of theocracy. This is America.
The ship has already sailed ... This is just another brick in the wall. Hold on to your hats.
I've come to the conclusion that you actually want shifty, dishonest politicians elected by an apathetic populace. This means that things are working.
There are certain basic pleasures of the ancient world that one has to work very hard to come by today. We've cut ourselves off from things that even our grandfathers took for granted.
I've gotten old enough that I now understand why adults seek to escape reality. Paradoxically, I think I was better at escaping reality when I was younger.
Life is too short to spend 2300 hours a year working on someone else's idea of what the right problems are.
It's important to understand that it isn't Congress that must change -- it is us.
More hacking less talking.
Buy my shit!
I don't have a solution for the problem of bad taste.
I'm going to file "Giddy Anticipation of an Apocalypse" next to actually having an AK-47 on your flag as God's way of telling you that you're bat shit crazy.
It is our failure to avoid embracing fear and sensationalism that will be our undoing. We're still our own greatest threat.
Paul Graham asks what living in your city tells you. Living in the north Perimeter area for 6 odd years now has told me that everybody makes way, way more money than I do. It's not inspiring so much as it makes you sympathize with class warfare.
Al Qaeda is not an organization. It is a scene.
Wow, life is boring.