Dr. Bones finds hope, killer birds, and ancient rituals at Tampa's May Day rally
Dr. Bones interviews two sex workers struggling under new laws and shares some magical tips to fight the established order...
"We [White people] have no sense of shared identity with our neighbors, and no sense of shared purpose. We have no notion that our wellbeing is tied up with that of the people we live next to or share a building with. It is the ultimate in alienation. So much else flows from that." (From Lisha Sterling)
From Lisha Sterling
In an unsure, twisted world Dr. Bones asks what happens after the AltRight falls and if our "hopes" can get us there...
"It's time to start taking our death and imprisonment seriously. We know where this will lead."
"...the horn of doom we've all been waiting for: the point of no return, everything beyond it hog-hunts and domination..."
From Rhyd Wildermuth