Since I’ve been gathering input from elsewhere on the topic of UFOs by posting on a couple of forums, I decided I’d share my posts. Enjoy!

Yesterday, I was rewatching a video interview, conducted by psychologist Jeffrey Mishlove, with Joseph Burkes, MD (…a board certified specialist in internal medicine [and]…


What I want to write on here is a topic which is confusing to me. Perhaps, by writing, I’ll approach a better understanding of the semantic machinations at work . . . or I’ll be further bewildered. Some of the confusion stems from not entirely knowing what to attribute to…


NB: This is a republication of a piece originally published in 2020.

On the basis of a recommendation, I listened to two installments about Carl Jung, artwork, and numinosity from a podcast called Weird Studies, hosted by Phil Ford and J. F. Martel. Noting that there is a strong male…


NB: This is a republication of a piece originally published in 2019.

Since I began a new job where every day we have music playing over the loudspeakers, I’ve often been thinking about how inured we’ve become to noise pollution — even if, on a deeper level, I believe we…


Nowadays, I am pretty convinced that the rallying slogan of “All Cops Are Bastards” comes primarily from the perspective of reactionary, kudos-seeking White and/or passing-White privilege: that is to say, I think the symbol and sentiment can be taken up with ease because one has the relevant support network and…


The very thought of attempting to dissect the term waifu can feel overwhelming. The term is a mimetic manifestation of casual misogyny and ethnic infantilization and also one which has been embraced even by people who are very keen on distinguishing themselves from “weeaboo” incels. This normalization makes it nearly…


An acquaintance, who goes by syzygyzip elsewhere, and several others, recently spoke on this subject which interests me too, and I wanted to share my own thoughts — which I do not think are much different, and I do not pretend originality here. The subject is the phenomenally prevalent trend…


sometimes "wholesome" means "not horny"; sometimes it means it's positive and uplifting; sometimes it's a kind of safe pleasantness… and it's like, none of these are consistent with each other

If we are seeing what is designated as “wholesome” as comprising the quoted facets above, I think we should recognize…


Near the end of 2020, a bunch of musicians populating a chatroom, including myself, each submitted ten minutes’ worth of our work to another musician, Chimeratio, who generously compiled it all into a set totaling nearly ten hours.¹ The work didn’t need to be new; just what we thought might…

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