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The Hell of Technocratic Prevarication

“…and the will of Zeus was moving toward its end.” – Homer, The Iliad Athens’ Burning The burden of being on top ultimately weighs a civilization down.  Success is overreached.  Advancement becomes unsustainable.  Then, when everyone least expects it, something … Continue reading

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Give Default A Chance

“Jove does not give all men their heart’s desire.” – Homer, The Iliad The Measures Are Killing Us Last week, following several shots of ouzo, the Greeks took to the streets of Athens.  There, while attempting to surround Parliament, they … Continue reading

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