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Living in the Non-Virtual “Meat World” of Real Life

And why I use a fake name to write

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I can’t remember exactly when or where I heard Nadine Strossen, the first woman to head up the ACLU, describe the world outside the Internet as the “meat world.” It was a relatively gross way to remind us that the real, non-virtual world was still comprised of blood and guts and skin and breath.




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