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Samuel S. Mandal (Square root of 3)
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It was great while it lasted... Exit.
It was great while it lasted... Exit.

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Labored Confusions
In the dim squalor of sweatshops tucked behind silhouetted skyscrapers – glittering blood diamonds on black velvet – the rhythmic thundering of hammers, and little heartbeats stolen from forgotten schoolyards, sound the trumpets of neoliberalism. Gucci, Arm...
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Inertia
The way the days pass, with tired breaking of Insincere Promises; while the unending retrospections of a cognizant mind, Despair at its reluctant inertia.
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Primate Saturday: Jane & Her Chimps
You know what  who I have always been jealous of? Scientists who have found a life-long obsession vocation — Diane Fossey in the mountains of Uganda, Galdikas in Borneo,
and of course, Jane Goodall in Tanzania! I wonder, often, how
fulfilling it must be t...
Primate Saturday: Jane & Her Chimps
Primate Saturday: Jane & Her Chimps
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Golden Age Comics: With A Twist
Superhero comics are, supposedly, fun! Right? Except when you really
think about it, they are not. When you read them in a historical and
political context, they are blatantly sexist, discriminative,
privilege-perpetuating pieces of propaganda garbed in ...
Golden Age Comics: With A Twist
Golden Age Comics: With A Twist
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      For over almost half a century,  Francine "Penny" Patterson  has claimed that her surrogate daughter, a female western lowland gorilla,  Koko , can use sign language productively. Following what started as her own PhD project, Koko has gained in...
Lost in Woodstock
Lost in Woodstock
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Unrelenting
Slow, dull, monotonous, persistent and unforgiving; Every beat renews the ever darkening constancy of a reluctant pessimist. An exercise in futility; rusting arteries can only blacken young blood, with each new beat. Slow; Dull; Unrelenting; Never learning....
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Primate Saturday: Ham in Space
Before there was Neil Armstrong, Yuri Gagarin or Carl Sagan, there were the forgotten apes we sent to space. Whether such acts reflect human anthropocentrism, or whether they were worthwhile sacrifices for furthering our understanding of the cosmos, is an o...
Primate Saturday: Ham in Space
Primate Saturday: Ham in Space
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In All Fairness
Forked-tongued, mousse haired, black tied
Cretins
whistle hawkish tunes,
circling the bodies of Syrian children
washed up on Bodrum shores,
singing war songs,
beating battle drums.

Lying, stealing, pillaging,
boundary-challenged savants,
talk of walls and...
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Primate Saturday: DIY Orangutans
This is going to be a new series in the spirit of understanding the evolution of beings that would ultimately result in higher cognition, the highest being the human ability for logical natural language (my personal area of research). We are all, of course,...
Primate Saturday: DIY Orangutans
Primate Saturday: DIY Orangutans
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Epilogue to Identity Politics
Barrack
Obama is almost out of the White House, and boy!, did he have some
Call-of-Duty-styled fun with the world during his time in power! And the
saddest bit is that this hawkish, lying, totalitarian goon will only
look saintly in comparison to the ut...
Epilogue to Identity Politics
Epilogue to Identity Politics
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