I definitely have political opinions. Some of which you may disagree with vehemently. I usually don’t blog about said opinions. However … I’m…
So once again we’ve managed to complete an orbit of the star we call Sol. On this completely statistical occasion, it is customary that we resolve to alter our behavior in some way. Ostensibly we do this because the new year is brand-spanking-new. It’s nice and clean and nobody wants to see it soiled by the filth of our life-long bad habits.
Mechanical Doping is on the news. I’m listening to coverage of the Tour De France in the background. I don’t know why, That’s…
Another year has gone by in what feels like only a matter of weeks. This marks the sixth anniversary of PARTICLESHOCK.com and regretfully I haven’t made much progress blogging on a regular basis. It feels like I make the same promise to myself every year, that I will create and publish new content on a regular basis. Maybe this will be the year I finally make good on that promise.
Happy Memorial Day to all the men and women who have served in America’s armed forces
I’ve been able to recover a few more old posts from the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, but some content is still missing. What content I was able to recover needs some editing and all comments have been lost. It’s enough to make me consider subscribing to VaultPress.
Seriously. Hasn’t life shat on you enough by now, for you to know how dangerous hope can be? Are you familiar with that line from Dante’s inferno “Abandon hope all ye who enter here”? Contextually, it’s not because hopelessness and despair contribute to the misery of being in hell. Rather, it’s a warning that holding on to hope is its own hell.