The Duality of Stuff: Realizations When the Movers Came

We’re expected to buy and own things, yet we’re also NOT.

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In all of my parsing of the human condition that I’ve done ever since I changed careers in 2014 then never looked back, something I constantly ponder is duality.

A major one I’ve noticed in American culture, particularly in the late 2010s and early…

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Game dev, writer, small biz & tax consultant to indie devs. That loud socialist Frog Slut from The Bronx, now in Angel City. https://linktr.ee/sonictoad

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Rachel Presser

Rachel Presser

Game dev, writer, small biz & tax consultant to indie devs. That loud socialist Frog Slut from The Bronx, now in Angel City. https://linktr.ee/sonictoad

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