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Starlog 23: Star Trek and Marvel: IDIC and All the Lokis

Loki is the embodiment (pun intended) of IDIC.  In “Loki”, Loki exists in multitude.  He is both the original and the copy, and the copies (thus far man, woman, child, animal, and bisexual Lokis) are variants of the original rather than replicates.  He is both the Self and the Other, with each variant operating individually … Continue reading Starlog 23: Star Trek and Marvel: IDIC and All the Lokis

Starlog 22: Star Trek: IDIC and Sodom and Gomorrah

“The narrative of Sodom and Gomorrah has, unfortunately, been greatly misunderstood.  It is not a story regarding homosexuals.  It is a story about a homosexual act (anal intromission) that was about the enacted, violently and abusively to denigrate, humiliate, and disgrace Lot’s visitors.  The desire of the Sodomite men was to abuse and mortify his … Continue reading Starlog 22: Star Trek: IDIC and Sodom and Gomorrah

Starlog 20: Star Trek: A Complex Character—Adieu

Imperial Majesty, Mother of the Fatherland, Overlord of Vulcan, Dominus of Kronos, Regina Andor, Philippa Georgiou Augustus Iaponius Centarius—or the mirror Captain Philippa Georgiou—was a bold, shrewd, intelligent, and dominant force.  She was the type of force that makes the highest and most potent impact in the most dire and extreme situations—empire-ending situations—world-ending situations.  She … Continue reading Starlog 20: Star Trek: A Complex Character—Adieu

Starlog 16: Adventures and Star Trek: The Art of Communication

Professor: Adventures Professor at the Diner II It seems I cannot stop eating.  Every bite is warm sustenance that turns into great heaviness past fullness. Each bowl of peas porridge is $5.55 in Earth American currency, and I owe $61.05 without tax.  This heaviness pushes atop the heaviness of the night.  Lifting the spoon requires … Continue reading Starlog 16: Adventures and Star Trek: The Art of Communication

Starlog 15: Adventures and Star Trek: Connection, Communication, and the Ideal, Written after Election Day

Professor: Adventures Professor at the Diner I Somehow I managed to make my way from the lighted horror to a diner,driven by hunger.  I ate peas porridge and felt slightly less weighed down by the night.  I noticed alfI no longer was around.  I cared an ounce.  If I am to be weighed down into … Continue reading Starlog 15: Adventures and Star Trek: Connection, Communication, and the Ideal, Written after Election Day

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