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Shadow in the Sunlight

2018-05-29T14:39:57+00:00

If things must go awry, let that happen in a sudden rush. A true disaster is only appreciated when the toilet floods, house lighting fails, and there is a roof fire. Then you have a mess the neighbors will appreciate, and grandchildren can recall years after the homeowner is dead and buried.

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Shadow in the Sunlight2018-05-29T14:39:57+00:00

Crossing the $10 Trillion Mark

2019-07-24T20:26:34+00:00

falling stocks interest rates

Now that the global tally of negative-interest debt issued has passed the $10 trillion mark, it might be worth taking a moment to reflect the yet unknown implications posed by the intrusion of…reality.

Interest rates in the EU, Switzerland, Japan, and now Germany have dipped […]

Crossing the $10 Trillion Mark2019-07-24T20:26:34+00:00

Election 2016: Alien Queen vs. Swamp Thing

2019-07-24T20:26:46+00:00

Sludgefeast ’16 (otherwise known as the US presidential election) has finally shaken out all fellow-traveling parasites in favor of two alpha vermin—the Alien Queen and Swamp Thing.

As the face of their respective political parties, each boasts a distinctive pedigree: the former a career politician who consistently shows […]

Election 2016: Alien Queen vs. Swamp Thing2019-07-24T20:26:46+00:00

The Role of Fear Suspense Magazine

2017-07-13T16:53:51+00:00

Do not be afraid; our fate cannot be taken from us; it is a gift.

—Dante Alighieri, “The Inferno”

A somewhat paradoxical title for an article. For how can “fear” (from the protoGermanic feraz or “danger”), understood as intrinsically unsettling, disruptive, or even paralyzing in both its chilling transitive and dark majestic […]

The Role of Fear Suspense Magazine2017-07-13T16:53:51+00:00