generates confusion, ambiv- alence, and sometimes fear. Beneath all that, there is only the brittleness of tautology, for all to see: the assertion that there is no right, because there is no discrimination, only god.
From yeasts borne on the air. Not that we'd be making the same mistake, necessarily. Somebody estim- ated that the devices, alone, of our surveil- lance state are doing the work of 700 million specialists. And how many times does that count the mirror?