Hardwired

So much has already been written on the theory of the human brain being hardwired for belief in the supernatural that this post will be far better served by linking to more in-depth expert dissertations and articles on the matter instead of attempting to explore it myself. Long story short, it’s been posited that people are instinctively geared towards worshipping a higher power. Some religious … Continue reading Hardwired

Update: Allegheny Airlines crash photos

I recently posted several photos of a tragic aircraft collision in 1969 that left several people dead, accompanied by the following text: A set of photographs from the tragic collision of two aircraft in 1969 near Fairland, Indiana have sat in my dad’s file cabinet in the garage throughout my entire life. I was always fascinated by them when I was a kid, and I’d occasionally show … Continue reading Update: Allegheny Airlines crash photos

Exclusive pics: Allegheny Airlines Flight 853

A set of photographs from the tragic collision of two aircraft in 1969 near Fairland, Indiana have sat in my dad’s file cabinet in the garage throughout my entire life. I was always fascinated by them when I was a kid, and I’d occasionally show them to friends when they came over. “My dad has a picture of a severed foot.” “Nuh uh.” “Come on, … Continue reading Exclusive pics: Allegheny Airlines Flight 853

“You can’t do that.”

Everybody says stuff to unpublished writers, unsigned musicians, independent filmakers, etc, like “Well this is how you’re supposed to do this, and this is supposed to be like that, and not like this, or it’s not that, blah blah blah,” perpetually and publicly preaching the proliferation of their pretentious pontifications from pedestals of pomposity as if their opinions were carved into stone tablets with fire … Continue reading “You can’t do that.”

Somebody’s gotta feel this

Back in the (very) early 2000’s, I read an interview with Kid Rock in Spin Magazine. He was talking about the success of his 1998 breakout album “Devil Without a Cause,” and how he’d approached writing the lyrics to that album with the mindset that he was already a multi-platinum megastar, even though he’d only enjoyed moderate regional/underground success up to that point. Throughout the … Continue reading Somebody’s gotta feel this

EFFUGIUM now available for purchase

Eccentric tech mogul and cult leader Richard Kryuss has developed a system of storing and transmitting data organically, connected by trees containing within their DNA the entirety of recorded human knowledge. Could his Terrestrially Regenerative Enhanced Extranet, or T.R.E.E., be a boon to mankind, or will it spell doom for the human race? Spanning over 200,000 years of post-Earth human history, Effugium repeatedly defies the … Continue reading EFFUGIUM now available for purchase