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I’ve been doing a bit of anti-civilization reading for a while now, chosen mostly from among John Zerzan’s rich writings. The thing is I’ve been told by a good and quite brilliant friend not so long ago that to him “civilization” … Continue reading

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Of Fences and Agony

Save perhaps for those who cut it, and maybe the occasional cat, no one sets foot on this grass lawn.  Ten years ago you could come here to leave the noise of lawnmowers, cars, and crowds behind.  Now it’s a place defined by … Continue reading

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