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“I’m gonna buy me a house up in the hills with a tear-shaped pool and a gun that kills.”

corona time capsule pic.twitter.com/IBiABBCK05 — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) March 17, 2020 pertinent ephemera from Daniel Kalder’s latest newsletter + recommended listening for an apocalypse #IannisXenakis https://t.co/huqMytX1lm pic.twitter.com/2K0nJl6AiK — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) March 15, 2020 As a former threat analyst, if you live in Seattle, SF, LA, or any other major city, you should be prepared for looting, violence, and potentially street gangs...

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the week in cityscapes pic.twitter.com/lBzhhOmYC1 — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) February 6, 2020 Position Desired: Cosmic Surf Lord — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) November 18, 2019 Diamanda Galás: ”Sólo puedo vivir si me enfrento cada día a la muerte” — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) January 14, 2020 chaos — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) January 29, 2020 Drag racing, sirens, power tools — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) December 6, 2019 rerouted...

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Marilyn Monroe Eve Arnold pic.twitter.com/5H0BeMQnlA — L'uomo degli abissi (@Fanrizio21) December 17, 2019 void wandering on a Monday evening pic.twitter.com/iCwTPaLOen — ᵗ ᵘ ⁿ ᵈ ʳ ᵃ ⁿ ᵃ ᵘ ᵗ (@tundranaut) January 28, 2020 “Die as soon as you can—so that you can come to life again, like a morning flash, or spring after a brutal winter.” https://t.co/nk8MSRnL6B —...

INTERVIEW: Sonya Mann — Cryptocurrency, Cypherpunk, and Exit

    Sonya Mann Q: Let’s talk about your Jacobite piece, “The Conversations That Cryptocurrency Killed.” There’s a couple of lines in the piece suggesting that full “exit” from coercive governance, institutions, etc may not be necessary for someone who wants to substantially increase their personal sovereignty (or autonomy/anonymity). This seems on the money to me — a realistic method...

INTERVIEW: Justin Murphy #WeirdPoliticalTheory

JUSTIN MURPHY Q: You recently conducted an interesting study whose results probably surprised some people. Essentially, the data you’ve looked at seems to suggest that “radical leftists” and/or “the far left” are not necessarily the threat to free speech they are often portrayed as; rather, the problem free speech runs into is more complex and defies over-simplification. Can you elaborate...