Twittering II: Electric Boogaloo

by Michael Rogers

Yeah, I’m tweeting even more

So okay.

Before she died three years ago, my mother had a Twitter account she began in 2009. It’s ten years old now.

Basically, she posted three times to it, got bored, and went back to what she was doing with Facebook.

A couple of weeks ago, I began reading up on Twitter bots. I read different accounts about how Twitter is anywhere between fifteen percent to possibly nearly all bot users.

Well, bots and Donald Trump.

The more I thought about it, the more intriguing it became. I could create a Twitter bot. I could have it post stuff for me. I dunno…

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Twitter is for Twitting

by Michael Rogers

Does anyone besides Donald Trump actually use Twitter?

Okay, obviously I’m using it now, but let me explain it…

It makes for a really cool and easily update-able side bar for this web site. I love making memes. I thought about creating a gallery for them, but meh…

Too much work.

Then it just occurred to me to just have a Twitter account, like I used to, and I can just dump all the memes there and use their embed thingie as a side bar deal. It works really well, and it’s simple as hell to keep updated.

So if people follow it, or not, I really don’t care. My girlfriend, Ginamarie, follows it, and that’s pretty much it. She never logs into Twitter. She basically logged in so she could follow what I was doing there and hasn’t logged back into it since.

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XX. Twenty Years of Damnage

by Michael Rogers

That’s right…

Damnage began in 1999 primarily for me to have a means to play around with CGI/Perl scripting. Stuff like The BlackList Top 100 was what I enjoyed messing with the most when I was 27.

I’ll be 47 this year.

In 2019, damnage is more about uplifting consciousness and freeing humanity from its enslavement.

Damnage always had its occult bent. I was always interested in hidden knowledge. I still am.

Mikey at 27
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Op-Ed: The Institution of Presstitution

by Michael Rogers

We live in an extraordinary time in human history.

There’s a war going on, and you probably never even realized it was happening.

The war is taking place on an intangible battlefield called your mind. The stakes are what you’ll accept as true and what you’ll believe is false. Your main weapon in this fight is research and your main source of protection is knowledge. Believe it, or not, your beliefs are a valuable commodity in this world, and there are people willing to fight and die a real death to make sure your beliefs line up a certain way.

Me? I just want you to believe whatever it is you came to believe on your own, without someone encouraging you to believe something one way or the other. I just want your beliefs and ideas to be truly yours, not someone else’s.

A long time ago, Oscar Wilde said:

“Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.”

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OpEd: Trump and His Phenomenon

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by Michael Rogers

Before we get deep down into the gritty nitty meat and bones of this article, I’d like to get a few things out of the way:

I live in the United States. I was born here and I will more than likely die here. Since I turned eighteen years-old (legal voting age in the US) I’ve been registered in two political parties. I’ve been a registered Democrat and I registered for Ross Perot’s United We Stand America when it was active. However, I’ve spent most of my adult life registered as an independent voter, as I am today.

Until the last election, I hadn’t voted for anyone or anything since 1999. Once I saw how badly rigged our system is during Bush vs. Gore, I gave up. I mean, after all, if my vote gets negated because the Supreme Court appoints the president, then what’s the point?

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Enjoy Life

This is your learning experience. Are you enjoying it?

You’re supposed to be. Believe it or else, this life is supposed to be fun.

Maybe there are some things standing in your way. A belief system, or two, may be blocking your path. Maybe you feel as though you’re incapable of being content.

Through some experiences I’ve had, that, for brevity’s sake, I won’t go into here, suffice to say, I’ve had communication with people I’ve known and loved who have died.

Anyway – what I’m getting at is – after your demise, after you die out of this world, when you enter the next stage of this conscious level of existence, you arrive complete with baggage you spent a lifetime packing and probably didn’t even realize it.

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