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A Guide for the Usage of the Italian word: “Cazzo”, for English Speakers (With a Brief Final Note on Italian Blasphemy)

Premise
I normally do not like/indulge-in profanities, but I love languages, in all their parts, so let’s go on with this topic that, though it may appear an exaggeration, is an important one, that even allows a glimpse of Italian culture. Continue reading A Guide for the Usage of the Italian word: “Cazzo”, for English Speakers (With a Brief Final Note on Italian Blasphemy)

The Man Who Enjoyed Making Things ǝƨiwiяaяtиoↃContrariwise

Maybe just a few -but more likely no one else- were more ingenious than the one who liked to call himself: “the man who makes things contrariwise,” or the “retropoietic man”, or the “inversafacitor” and other wacky names typical of Classical construction and tradition.
He liked to propose himself as an alchemist, inventor, visionary, artist; completely unknown is his identity, though. Continue reading The Man Who Enjoyed Making Things ǝƨiwiяaяtиoↃContrariwise

A Brief History Of The Honesty Machine (Dystopian Short Story)

During the first half of the twenty-first century, corruption was such a global problem, and its effects were so devastating, that it was necessary to study -and find- an effective measure to limit its spread and the resulting damages. Continue reading A Brief History Of The Honesty Machine (Dystopian Short Story)

The TMAK Unit

Unprecedented profusion and speed in the history of the Imperial Democratic Minting and Printing Ministry! Posters carpeted the streets of the capital New Aachen outward to those of the smaller Teutonic villages. But only in the capital was it possible to admire the largest of them, the pride of national factories, which  had been continuously snorting vapors for thirty years. Continue reading The TMAK Unit

The Chain

A chain, black like lead, is extended through the universe, through space and time, immutable, eternal, straight; it does not curve, nor move, it always occupies the same position, neither does it expands or contract, it is not seen, ever, distorted, whatever the speed at which it is observed, it is not subject to laws beyond its own.  Continue reading The Chain