“I can sort of understand how many narrow-minded control-lists form their decision-making, yet it is how & when they start to think they can justify making those decisions for others, and justify their blanket opinions about others, that I do not understand.”
by jmg257


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this ain’t star trek

As I write, and post, this entry, I am about 32,000 feet over Kansas City, Missouri, hurtling along at around 500 miles per hour in a very large metal tube packed with people.  The device I am using to do the writing was all but unimaginable within my grandparents’ lifetimes (in fact, just one of these would have turned the tide of any of the wars they witnessed or were involved in), and when I push “publish”, countless other absurdly powerful machines will be involved in allowing this post to be seen by possibly millions. 

As the title says, this is not Star Trek, but you would not have to go very far back in time for someone to regard the above paragraph much the same way we see those television series. 

So, where is my tribble?

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