I am a lifelong Londoner and small cog in a large, corporate machine. I write about relationships, office politics and life in England’s great capital.
Past events keep churning in my mind. I have done many varied things in my life. Some things were enjoyable. I once spent a couple of years working and travelling around Europe before serving in the military. Some things were unenjoyable. I was broke and drug-addled in Europe before being imprisoned on a warship. I … Continue reading I am stuck in a feedback loop
Someone once said ‘anger is an engery’ – I believe it was Johnny Rotten. He also said the UK was a fascist regime so he wasn’t always on the money. Still, he had a point about anger. Anger is revitalising. Anger is powerful. Anger is debilitating. Anyone who has ever been angry in front of … Continue reading What is anger?
This is what I tell myself every time it creeps up on me. The trick works pretty much every time. It just takes a while sometimes. It is hard, after all, to unlearn a lifetime of stubborn thinking. Hemingway once said he spoke to himself as if he were conversing with another reasonable man – … Continue reading The past is nothing
And so our march towards mechanical subjugation takes another step. According to Reuters our robot masters have nudged us a little closer to obsolescence: CITTÀ DI CASTELLO, Italy (Reuters) – Amazon’s new recruit comes from a medieval walled town in central Italy and can box and seal at least 600 items of different shapes and … Continue reading Our robot overlords are already here