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Kersplebedeb | Kersplebedeb: Mumia Abu-Jamal on Star Wars

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RedBedHead: Marxism, Capitalism & Technology

Thoughts on Marxism & Technology Part I There is a joke about Marxist economists that goes something along the lines of “Marxists have predicted five of the last four recessions”. I was reminded of this joke recently as I debated with a comrade about capitalism and progress, specifically around technological advances in modern capitalism. I suppose that for Marxists, as radical critics of the . . . → Read More: RedBedHead: Marxism, Capitalism & Technology

RedBedHead: Marxism, Capitalism & Technology

Thoughts on Marxism & Technology Part I

There is a joke about Marxist economists that goes something along the lines of “Marxists have predicted five of the last four recessions”. I was reminded of this joke recently as I debated with a comrade about capitalism and progress, specifically around technological advances in modern capitalism. I . . . → Read More: RedBedHead: Marxism, Capitalism & Technology

Zorg Report: Bubble Gum and American Expression: A Multi-Generational Romance

Bubble Gum and American Expression: A Multi-Generational Romance

(It is a “romance” because everyone is involved–like snakes in the Arizona desert.)

30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90, 00s—there would be no surer thing than to find a villain who chewed, obviously, gum. This is a peculiarly American phenomenon—one doesn’t find it in . . . → Read More: Zorg Report: Bubble Gum and American Expression: A Multi-Generational Romance

Zorg Report: Bubble Gum and American Expression: A Multi-Generational Romance

Bubble Gum and American Expression: A Multi-Generational Romance

(It is a “romance” because everyone is involved–like snakes in the Arizona desert.)

30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90, 00s—there would be no surer thing than to find a villain who chewed, obviously, gum. This is a peculiarly American phenomenon—one doesn’t find it in . . . → Read More: Zorg Report: Bubble Gum and American Expression: A Multi-Generational Romance