Garbage language empowers speakers by giving listeners no leeway to contest ad hoc expressions that nonetheless carry the authority of convention.
Behold the evolution of late-stage capitalism where people merge with products and usher in a chilling era of categorical materialism.
Despite the pride involved, the expedient of indexing oneself with a three-digit prefix comes with a trade-off: dehumanization.
With no shortage of first-world problems (and products) in the United States, one company has managed to eclipse all competitors.
Digital storefronts open into a kind of samsaric cyber-carnival where preference and fetish mingle among the faces and masks.
An ad campaign that conflates electric energy with personal power delivers a mixed and somewhat uncomfortable message.