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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “LOOK, MAN,” said Homeless Jack, “we gotta expand our code. That’s why we’re alive. That is the meaning of our lives. That is our purpose. “If we don’t expand our code, we might as well not have lived at all. We are born to breed. We are born to…
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FictionKevin Alfred Strom

Was the great Anglo-Irish fantasy writer Lord Dunsany giving a poetic warning to the West in this 1916 story? by Lord Dunsany
from The Last Book of Wonder, John W. Luce & Co., 1916 EDITOR’S NOTE: Dunsany (rhymes with ‘rainy’) was an enigmatic man — and a writer of some of…
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EssaysFictionHumor

He’s kidding, I think. — Ed. by Fernando Pena THE NEXT TIME you read about an African American or Hispanic who committed a crime, don’t blame the African American or Hispanic, instead blame the majority white population. Whites have historically oppressed people-of-color; this…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “HEY MAN,” said Homeless Jack, “let me tell you a little more about Arman’s teachings. “Arman says that we have to think in terms of ‘our people’ and ‘not our people,’ if we are to head off our extinction, expand our kind and prosper.…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “LOOK MAN,” said Homeless Jack, “the White world has gone nutty, and too many of our people are buying this absurd anti-nature, so-called anti-racism baloney to the point where otherwise sane people try to deny that our most basic and most important identity isn’t…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “MAN, people have it wrong about people who believe as I believe,” said Homeless Jack. “They call us supremacists or this or that and they say we think we’re perfect or the best or whatever. (ILLUSTRATION: Charles Darwin) “In fact, we don’t think…
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