2019
Infinite Fidget
John Orion Young
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"There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen." -Vladimir Ilyich Lenin As we recede into our filter bubbles reality is increasingly stratified, the moments which define our everyday and the paradigms which serve as its foundations become ever more fragile and suceptible to sudden shifts. If we travelled back in time would we end up way out in space, stuck wherever the earth was in its rotation at that moment? Unbalance a worlds orbit or rebalance your chakras within, just make sure your spinner arrives before the world turns.

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