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It's the paradox of our time.

People, no matter who, value security over

Fuzzy soft chains are simply more comfortable. Even as these chains strangle them.

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Phil Anselmo is the James Brown of

And that's a good thing. \m/

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I'm wondering if I should move my account to noagendasocial. Liberdon is kinda... dead. Not much but bots here.


I'd be interested in knowing if this is true, but I do know that Dolph Lundgren is way more qualified as a scientist than Bill Nye.

@djsumdog @MountainJay

Computing in the '80s.

(I believe that is an Apple on the right, and a Commodore 64 plugged into the TV).

pandemic thoughts 

The thing is, historically, pandemics have often caused big turning points in human society which have had lasting impacts. Things like the Renaissance and the decline of serfdom in Europe.

Empires have fallen because of pandemics. Authorities have lost credibility after their failures. Societal structures and traditions have been called into question. Philosophy and politics have seen shifts. And places which committed to protecting their populations have typically emerged stronger.

If nothing else, the coronavirus has already served to highlight that the status quo, so beloved by our authorities, is inherently weak.

The old concept of "normal" is probably gone. Things will be different when this is over. What the difference will be, however, is yet to be seen.

“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right." — 1984, George Orwell

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Liberdon is a Mastodon instance for libertarians, ancaps, anarchists, voluntaryists, agorists, etc to sound off without fear of reprisal from jack or zuck. It was created in the wake of the Great Twitter Cullings of 2018, when a number of prominent libertarian accounts were suspended or banned.