I'm going to tell you a secret. Most computer users cannot write computer code. (Shock!) This is not anything new, and I would dare say this is not even necessarily a problem that needs to be corrected. In a similar vein, a great deal of first-world citizens use cars daily, but I doubt many drivers … Continue reading The problem with “patches welcome” culture
I've never been a big fan of stores being open on Thanksgiving Day, because I feel that American culture already emphasises consumerism and unhealthy obsessions with work enough. However, I rarely say anything, because what are you going to do with big-box retailers? They want some of that Black Friday money, and they typically don't … Continue reading Happy Workaholic Day!
I have seen a great number of people in the past few years disavow being a part of a culture or community that they once enjoyed or identified with due to an influx of sexism, nationalism, or other intolerance. I feel like this is a mistake and will only serve to strengthen intolerance amongst the … Continue reading Identity, shame, stigma, and intolerance
Hello, people of the future! I wrote this in 2016, way before Orange was even inaugurated. I feel like a fool for believing anything I wrote here, but I'm not going to change the past by removing this article. The ball is in your court now, American Republicans. I normally avoid politics and other … Continue reading Trump and change