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A Sunday of Liberty

But we want to be the poets of our life—first of all in the smallest, most everyday matters.

  • By Damian
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Month starting Posts
Dec 2022 7
Jan 2023 7
Feb 2023 11
Mar 2023 8
Apr 2023 5
May 2023 6
Jun 2023 10
Jul 2023 3
Aug 2023 5
Sep 2023 11
Oct 2023 11
Nov 2023 13
Dec 2023 10
Jan 2024 6
Feb 2024 5
Mar 2024 6
Apr 2024 8
May 2024 4

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Most recent posts

Not the Red One! Don’t Ever Push the Red One!
Social scientists dream of situations immune to interference by unpredictable human factors. But it tuns out that in human affairs no situation is manproof. However high the degree of automation and however overpowering the nonhuman …
On , by Outis Niemand, 303 words
They Didn’t Stop to Think If They Should
A photographer clicked a picture, as he would of everyone who finished. I was a cipher to him — a grimacing, cipher, the 324th person to cross, an unimportant finisher in an unimportant time in …
On , by Outis Niemand, 918 words
Look How They Massacred My Boy
Those of us of a certain vintage will always remember the Onion fondly. Their smart, acerbic satire seemed inexhaustible during the late 90s and 00s. It was a time when I could put an “America’s …
On , by Outis Niemand, 484 words