Chapter nine excerpt. Freaky thought.

“It was customary for girls in their 16th year to register their reproductive system with the government. The girls filled out a form, gave biometric data, DNA samples, and they had a simple examination. This made early detection appointments streamlined in the future. Also, the government could database who was in their child-bearing years and … More Chapter nine excerpt. Freaky thought.

National healing

Ever get the feeling that the idea of “national healing” is just an idea in our heads? We expect “them” to heal. Never us. The winners don’t need to heal do they? Nah. That’s just for losers.  Then we flip the script. The once-losers become the winners. And even though the now-winners remember what it … More National healing

#TBT Moment

When I was in Kindergarten, I was (and still am) a huge baseball fan. I loved the Atlanta Braves. They were actually good in the early eighties. Then they sucked for like half a decade. Then they won 14 straight divisional titles. But I digress. We had a talent show. And I was dressed up … More #TBT Moment

City-State: 101

We already live in City-State. City-State is basically Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New Wold” on meth. Think about it. People don’t need to ban books. We don’t read. We get spoon-fed reality TV and viral videos. No one needs to cover up the truth. We all basically ignore it anyway. When someone says something controversial, we … More City-State: 101