The current staff at Subversify would like to issue an apology to a former staff member and founding father of this magazine, who would like to remain anonymous at this time. It appears the unauthorized use of his likeness has brought him issues in his […]
https://harpers.org/a-letter-on-justice-and-open-debate/ Cancel culture, at the moment, is a movement that’s destroying the celebrity elite, politicians, and corporations. It’s chipping away at their royal entitlement to make the rules without being questioned by the populace. It’s holding “VIP influencers” up to a higher standard. So in […]
The intention of this post is not to incite violence so hopefully, no one will report what is intrinsically and satirically a philosophical discussion. Disney Villains have long been painted as narcissistic or sociopathic characters, and thus deserving of pity but not empathy. But it’s […]
Seward is packed on the longest day of the year. Between salmon runs, the Sea Life Center, mountain climbing and glacier viewing, you’re lucky if you find a parking space for your bicycle. Hotels, motels, bed and breakfast services and camping grounds are full. Pedestrians […]
At the time it was built, it must have been an engineering marvel to the farmers and townspeople of Gettysburg. The bridge appears to be a conduit, linking the past with the present.
If human beings have accepted that “Life is meaningless, without purpose or value,” then it’s reasonable to believe that in “Toontown” the same antisocial conclusion has prevailed. “Nothing really matters and morals are a social construct.” Given the prevalence of cynicism among cartoon characters, some […]
by Late Mitchell Warren A recurring expression on social media, where we inexplicably see groups and pages offering “unconditional love” to some niche population of society, is the idea that we “love people more than animals.” However, observable evidence suggests that we don’t actually love […]