Mangos contain more vitamin C than Mangroves
I don’t mean to be polarising, but the time is coming where you will need to take sides. You will need to choose which team you’re going to be on… which political system you will align with.
And if you can’t tell the difference between mangos and mangroves, how do you expect to know how to act, let alone vote. You need to get your life together.
What’s it going to be?
Team Mangos or team Mangroves?
For more of my serious writing and less about mangos, please check out these two short, but odd stories below. Wanna know how I published them on Gumroad? Click here.
Alec Dystopia – Citizen Journalist
Alec Dystopia just wanted to be happy. This, he was discovering, was problematic. In another time, perhaps it was his youth, he’d had a traditional education. Personalised. Automated.
Rapid advances in analytics and big data in the early 21st century meant it was easy and cheap to customise individual learning across every kind of demographic, device, operating system, and geographical location.
But the real price of Alec’s free and ubiquitous education had been the seamless integration of laser-precision targeted advertising and government propaganda. Beamed directly into his cerebral cortex. Read more here
CHECK OUT ALEC DYSTOPIA – CITIZEN JOURNALIST BY GRAEME SMITH
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Juan Castillo’s Other Name
Juan Castillo’s Other Name is a tale of neurosis and delusion caused by a troubled childhood, an obsession with breakfast, and certain children’s books. Juan Castillo, the narrator, has checked himself into some kind of facility to escape from the world and “set the record straight” about disturbing events from his past.
What we – and possibly he – discovers is that he can’t escape and that the fiction of the past continues to dictate the reality of present and future actions.
CHECK OUT JUAN CASTILLO’S OTHER NAME BY GRAEME SMITH
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