COMMENTARY | On ANTIFA and the Impotence of Violence

September 19, 2017 Mark James 0

  CHAOS is the enemy of power. What else does ANTIFA offer, in the perpetuating of confrontation, wallowing in self-righteous indignation, seeing Nazi’s punched, sharing videos, sharing all the same talking points the way the polished Fox following would, knowing their actions grow the Nazi movement? Why do they do […]

SHORT STORY | Hurricane Caffeine

September 18, 2017 Colleen Farrelly 0

  Caffeine supplies were dwindling to dangerously low levels. Given the night of tornado warnings, this was a problem. As was the broken hurricane shutter. Intermittent blackouts were rolling through the area more frequently than the waves hitting Brickell. This was a problem, as we no longer had consistent access […]

COMMENTARY | I was born in 1983

September 18, 2017 Ty Reynolds 0

  I was born in 1983. Fuck me… My mother nearly held out till ’84, but that wouldn’t have made a difference. The end of ’85 like my brother, though? Lucky little prick. He may have snuck in there before the cut-off. Probably landed in the grace period, if nothing […]

EDITORIAL | From the Strands of Reverend Yours Dudely

September 17, 2017 Donnie Casto II 0

Life on the cosmic rug called Earth at best is humanly exhausting. On the journey to achieving self-knowledge of what condition our condition is in, we are inevitably going to face the emotional equivalent of The Big Lebowski: Treehorn’s thugs, Maude, Walter, and nihilists wanting to cut off our proverbial Johnson. […]