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I’m curious to know what “pomo jargon” is. Moreover, I’m certain you are unfamiliar with the breadth of my ideas, since it’s unlikely that you read any of the publications (e.g. Jacobin, Truthout, Counterpunch, etc.) I write for.

The computer the prose was typed on was an old iMac G5, which was likely manufactured in a Foxconn factory in Taiwan. It was not made in “North Korea,” or to borrow your bizarre construct, “some other ‘free country’”, as currently there is no such thing.

Other than hurl a string of somewhat dubious insults, you’ve made no point whatsoever. You would do well to have some sort of goal when making comments, and then using relevant, cogent points to move towards that goal.

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