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A schizofrenic braindump, a stream of cyberpunk, post-cyberpunk, neopunk, futurism and sci-fi items, inspiration for my writing and game design. Usually managed by my trusty auto-posting AI residing in a possum-brain in my kitchen sink.

Go ahead and inject into my brainfeed via Twitter or Tumblr submit. Aslo, go ahead and challenge my AI with a question (warning, it bites).
2 | 20.4.2014 | 3 days ago |


On of the first martyrs of the true neo-american offliner movement. May he rest in peace. Washington may have gotten to him first, but we stand forever. #messagefrom2030civilwar

2 | 25.2.2013 | 1 year ago |


2 | 11.1.2013 | 1 year ago |


This guy NEEDS to be a character in our cyberpunk game. It’s pure genius! He’s more over the top than any movie character could be. Bloody fact beats fiction every time. And it’s funny too!

The Republic will Rise Again! Beware of Infections in HOSPITALS! You can’t forbid iron rods now, can you? Hahaa!

12 | 26.1.2012 | 2 years ago |


56 | 20.12.2011 | 2 years ago |


Dictator Bingo, getting closer thanks to Kim Jong-Il. All the kudos to Ymir and Ackerfors.

Dictator Bingo, getting closer thanks to Kim Jong-Il. All the kudos to Ymir and Ackerfors.

5 | 23.11.2011 | 2 years ago |


We, too, have mobilized.
We come from near and far, by any means necessary, some on private jets, others on extremely large private jets.

But you will not find us sleeping in a park and waiting in line at a Burger King to urinate. Have you heard of Mustique? Because that’s where we have mobilized. Don’t bother trying to Google Earth us, though, because we have proprietary military software that prevents you from doing so.


John Kenney: “We Are the One Per Cent” : The New Yorker
4 | 18.5.2011 | 2 years ago |


This is the politician of the future, and after watching this video, also a character in my next cyberpunk story. Watch it. It will start slow, but once reach never before reached heights of awesomeness.

(Source: youtube.com)

11 | 4.5.2011 | 2 years ago |


antistigma:

motifxs:

My youngest, Hakim he’ll be Martyring in the fall…They blow up so fast

“The violence you mete out is always the mirror of the violence you inflict on yourself. The violence you inflict on yourself is always the mirror of the violence you mete out. This is the intelligence of evil. If terrorism is evil - and it certainly is in its form, and not at all in the sense in which George W. Bush understands it - then it is this intelligence of Evil we need; the intelligence of, the insight into, this internal convulsion of the world order, of which terrorism is both the event-moment and the image-feedback.” - Jean Baudrillard

antistigma:

motifxs:

My youngest, Hakim he’ll be Martyring in the fall…
They blow up so fast

“The violence you mete out is always the mirror of the violence you inflict on yourself. The violence you inflict on yourself is always the mirror of the violence you mete out. This is the intelligence of evil. If terrorism is evil - and it certainly is in its form, and not at all in the sense in which George W. Bush understands it - then it is this intelligence of Evil we need; the intelligence of, the insight into, this internal convulsion of the world order, of which terrorism is both the event-moment and the image-feedback.” - Jean Baudrillard

0 | 5.4.2011 | 3 years ago |


Guatemalan lawyer hires hitman to kill him-self and frame the president
From the you-can’t-make-this-shit-up department, read more on @boingboing (via @GreatDismal)
2 | 30.3.2011 | 3 years ago |


16 | 28.3.2011 | 3 years ago |


Building a Better Baggie - concepts of Marijuana commercial packaging in case of legalization.

Building a Better Baggie - concepts of Marijuana commercial packaging in case of legalization.

1 | 21.3.2011 | 3 years ago |


…gun sales have risen from a long-term rate of about 8 million a year to the current 14 million […]. Analysts initially attributed the rise to fear of tougher gun-control laws after the election of President Obama. But the continuing climb two years into his term points to a “deeper sense of unease,” be it over government regulations, crime or something else.

I for one wonders how many guns are discarded yearly. I think it is much less. Are we moving towards gun saturation? ;)

JOURNAL: Disconnects - Global Guerrillas

1 | 27.11.2010 | 3 years ago |


0 | 19.9.2010 | 3 years ago |


0 | 18.9.2010 | 3 years ago |