Monthly Archives: October 2018

Twitter Mobs and the Will to Power by Joe Blow

“The accusation of sin is moral virtue’s deadly gin,” said William Blake in The Everlasting Gospel. “Political correctness” is the latest distillation of that liquor and drunkenness on it is rife. Someone in the public eye need only make a … Continue reading

Posted in Psychology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

A Weird Science Tale by Aussiescribbler

“If this ain’t Nowheresville you can sure see it from here,” growled Billy “The Kid” Kincaid as he pulled up to the only truckstop in Monkey Spank, New Mexico, his fire-engine red hotrod spewing steam from its radiator. “Well, I … Continue reading

Posted in erotica, humour | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

The Origins of Religion by Joe Blow

 In the early days of our development as a species, when we began using our expanding intelligence to work out how we could better manage our lives, we came up with the idea that it made sense to distinguish between … Continue reading

Posted in Psychology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Lara and the Real World by Aussiescribbler

Lara Lindstrom’s world was torn apart when she came home and found her husband Larry masturbating to a DVD of Deep Throat. This might not seem such a cataclysmic event until you learn that Lara and Larry were stalwarts in … Continue reading

Posted in erotica, humour | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments