This is the second installment of a new monthly series where I share an eclectic assortment of articles and essays I discovered the previous month — all worthy of your time.
This month’s selection features eight essays covering such subjects as Facebook stealing a page out of the NSA’s spy book, the Golden Age of television, and how clutter and depression go hand in hand.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
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No flag can even begin to cover the casualties of war and abortion.
On this tiny planet in the middle of a countless expanse of stars in an endless universe, we do the unthinkable for momentary pleasure. But what we reap for our transgressions lasts an eternity.
Instead, we cater to the lowest common denominator with the profane, vulgar, and obscene, and dare call it art.