Category Archives: Population

Evidentiary Maps of ‘Democalypse 2012’

I have been looking at a lot of maps lately. I mean, I love maps, so that is not that strange, but as I keep hearing people throw around incredible accusations about who is to blame for the state of … Continue reading

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“All we have known…”

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide No escape from reality Open your eyes Look up to the skies and see… It is so easy to get caught up in the minutia. In the … Continue reading

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Of course I remember where I was.

“Not long after I first came to the anchor chair I briefly signed off using the word ‘courage.’ I want to return to it now, in a different way, to a nation still nursing a broken heart for what happened … Continue reading

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Arizona, you are so embarassing. Seriously. WTF.

Long long ago, in a galaxy apparently not so far away, my mom arrived at UCSF in the early morning of September 22 to give birth to the eight and a half pounds that would grow up to be me. … Continue reading

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The Frontier Thesis Redux, or a Semi-Ode to American Men

From the time the mountains rose between the pioneer and the seaboard, a new order of Americanism arose. The West and the East began to get out of touch of each other. ~ Frederick Jackson Turner, The Frontier in American … Continue reading

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Chaos = Flow (Navigating the Streets of the 852)

The streets are getting crowded up in here. The fact that I live amidst chaos has been a running commentary of mine since I came to Asia. Of course, I was meaning that I was caught up in a frenzied … Continue reading

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It’s class, man. That’s class.

Those of you who know me, or know a bit about me, are aware that my commute to work involves the following: 1) A two minute walk from my house to my local ferry pier 2) A 15 minute ferry … Continue reading

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