Monthly Archives: February 2018

Consumer

The magnetic strip behind the thin plastic with raised numbers rules my life. An embedded chip establishes my worth, determines where I eat, encourages excess. It encodes my history, tracks my whims. I am a collection of transactions, just a … Continue reading

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Womanizer

I’ve taken bites from plenty of women over the years and I’m wise enough to know that I’ve been sampled too. There were a couple I tried to finish but chocolate never lasts and in time turns bitter. There’s no … Continue reading

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