Sovryn Tech Newsletter
Issue 0003, August 2017


Greetings, programs! Here we are at Issue 0003 of the Sovryn Tech Newsletter and more subscribers are coming on every week after hearing the reviews of it over the past month. But that means some of you never received the first two issues of the newsletter! Fortunately, there is a directory of every Sovryn Tech Newsletter that will ever be published available to you right here for your perusal:

Every issue of the Sovryn Tech Newsletter will always be available at that link, so you may wish to keep it bookmarked. But keep in mind, before you go unsubscribing from the Sovryn Tech Newsletter and just using that link from now on, that the purpose of me creating a Sovryn Tech email list to to be a backup in case other communication channels fail, close, or are taken away. This isn't just about the newsletter, folks.

Near literally, email is the one thing that "The Powers That Be" can't take away from us. While on Sovryn Tech I've certainly done my share of ripping on email in the past, the fact is that it will always be here, and it's one of the rare, truly federated technologies in wide use. So I will use it. We will use it. And the independent media and information we share will never be totally shut down.

Enjoy Issue 0003!

~Brian Sovryn

P.S. Did you notice that Sex & Science Hour just came back? Season 4, baby! WOOO!
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Researchers Just Launched a Prototype of Humanity's First 'Interstellar Spacecraft'

Last year, space exploration venture Breakthrough Initiatives announced a plan to send tons of tiny spacecraft (and I mean tiny) to our nearest neighboring star system, Alpha Centauri. The project, called Breakthrough Starshot, is focused on launching lightweight "nanocraft" to the stars at rip-roaring speeds. Recently, the project took a big leap toward achieving its ultimate goal by successfully sending six test craft into Low Earth Orbit. Understand, these are prototypes, and not the real deal.

I talked about this project extensively on Sovryn Tech a year ago when it was announced (listen here), and I had some choice words about it. Regardless, I love that this project is starting to take off (buh-dum-pshhh!), and that humanity is getting even more serious about exploring our galaxy, which I hope can help us achieve what I call "the Galactic Mindset". Exciting stuff.


If You’re Confused About Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type, Read This: An Intro To Cognitive Functions

I've sorta (ouch, ugly word) changed my mind about the Myers-Briggs Personality Test. For years I've been staunchly against the notion of categorizing people in any way like this, and Myers-Briggs isn't the only test that tries to do this. But I've come to the conclusion that most of what you read, see, or take a test with online is actually the bullshit, not Myers-Briggs itself. That said, most people don't really understand the Myers-Briggs Personality Test for the same reason I thought it was bullshit, so most people that espouse are still full of shit, anyways. Don't listen to them.

But I do recommend reading the explanation and extrapolation linked to below. It goes over what Myers-Briggs really is and what it is not. It covers the eight cognitive functions, and more. Fascinating and dare I say logical stuff. 

And if you're wondering...I'm INTJ.

McDonald's Is Bringing Back Rick and Morty's Beloved Szechuan Sauce From Another Dimension 

I knew it! Those golden arches are a portal to another the dimension! Oh, not just any dimension though: The dimension where it's always 1998! McDonald's journeyed to that dimension to get their hands on more of their legendary Szechuan Sauce, the limited edition dipping sauce that was briefly available in the summer of 1998 as promotion for Disney’s Mulan (I love that movie).

They quickly closed the portal however after giving some of the Szechuan Sauce to the creators of one of my favorite shows: Rick & Morty (since it's titular character is Rick Sanchez’s singular reason for traversing the multiverse in the show). Personally, I tried to get to the portal and return to 1998 eternally, but I failed. What an amazing year 1998 was, though. No Episode I yet. The Matrix. 90's at its height. And so much more.

But yes, McDonald's Szechuan Sauce is officially coming back.
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This is the section of the Sovryn Tech Newsletter where I share various videos from all kinds of sources. Videos of things that I've found either entertaining, informative, or even trailers of things to come...maybe even documentaries of the strange and unknown!
Star Wars Lost Sequel: Star Wars The Epic Continues | Oddities #1
Listeners of Sovryn Tech know I'm a huge Star Wars fan--and regularly get my Star Wars podcast fix from the Resist The Empire Podcast--and part of the reason I'm such a big Star Wars fan is, ironically, because I grew up in a very strange time where there was very little Star Wars; a time that Star Wars fans call "The Dark Times". "The Dark Times" is approximately the time between 1985 and 1991 (or, for some, around the time that Episode I came out in 1999). 1985 is when Return of the Jedi (which came out in 1983) had run its course in the popular consciousness on home video, and 1991 is when Timothy Zahn's seminal Star Wars novel Heir to the Empire was released. While a novel didn't do it for everyone (again, for some "The Dark Times" didn't end until 1999), Zahn's work gave the hungry Star Wars fans something to finally sink their teeth into, and it became one of the best-selling books of all time because it satiated that hunger. I remember those times as a little guy, and it wasn't pretty. Understand, most people can quote the original Star Wars trilogy because for years it was all they had of Star Wars to take in...over and over and over again (Ewoks TV movies, cartoon, and Droids cartoon notwithstanding).

But the video above gives us a view into an alternate universe, as it were. Kenner--the company behind the wildly popular Star Wars toy line beginning in the 1970's--had a plan to keep Star Wars alive and well from 1985 on (and obviously make a ton of money in the process) with (drumroll please) a new Star Wars toyline! Star Wars: The Epic Continues was a toyline with a storyline built around it that took place after the events of Return of the Jedi with the (at the time) mysterious Clone Wars making a come back into the fore after the fall of the Galactic Empire. Luke Skywalker would be a full on Jedi now, Grand Moff Tarkin would be back (I know, I fucking know!), and a new villain character with his clone army would join the fray: Atha Prime. Along with new paint schemes and toyline models, the idea for Star Wars: The Epic Continues was to create an open universe that would allow Star Wars fans and toy collectors create their own stories in this wild, war-filled, post-ROTJ galaxy. Think of it like a the MMO game Star Wars Galaxy, just with physical toys in your hands.

Obviously, none of this left the prototype or drawing board stage, but in 1985 this was going to be the future of Star Wars, and what we would have for sequels since George Lucas wasn't going to be making any more movies due to issues with his then divorce (trust me, it's better to just never get married). Frankly, I would have loved it and would have been hashing out my allowance/money on the regular to this day (if it continued on to the present, and there's no reason it couldn't have). Also, admittedly, I think Kenner could have done a much better job with the idea of the Clone Wars than George Lucas or Disney have. But I digress. This is a fascinating piece of Star Wars history that I had no idea about. And with my own independent, sex-filled Star Wars audio theater production coming out in 2018...I think I may just steal a few pages from this. After all...that's what real artists do. ;)

Star Trek Continues E09 "What Ships Are For"

I have written about--and reviewed on Sovryn Tech--the webseries Star Trek Continues with every new episode that has been released. What is made as a Star Trek: The Original Series Season 4 effectively has been that with aplomb, and as I oft say when reviewing the webseries, I absolutely forget that I'm not watching Shatner, Nimoy, Doohan (though James Doohan's son, Chris Doohan, does impressively play Scotty in this), and just enjoy it for the Star Trek that it is. Vic Mignogna as Captain Kirk is every bit the captain as anyone who could wear that uniform. And the music, effects, and overall stylings are picture perfect to the 60's television series. Star Trek Continues is a minor miracle.

Their latest episode (which I believe is second to last that they'll make), "What Ships Are For", is more of Star Trek at its best, not just Star Trek Continues, with a genuine moral story, one concentrating on understanding and compassion. And more so than maybe any other Star Trek Continues episode, the quotability of this one is off the scale. There are a million quotes I want to write down and share from it. It's amazing. The acting, story...everything is exactly as Star Trek should be. There's even a classic debate about the Prime Directive (one inspired by Robert Beltran of Voyager's Chakotay fame, which with all respect to him, I completely disagree with).

Along all of that however are some great tips of the hat to my favorite Star Trek film--Star Trek: The Motion Picture--with the uniforms being mentioned that are seen with some ire from that film. Personally I love the TMP uniforms, they're like pajamas/rompers in space. Brilliant. Star Trek Continues has done a great job of alluding to future parts of Star Trek (even TNG and holodecks) since its first episode, and more is always welcome. Also seeing more of the ship's counselor Dr. McKennah (played by the stunning Michelle Specht) is always a welcome addition since, to me, I think she's what puts Star Trek Continues over the top as far as being a success. Also, there were plenty of scenes where it was almost all women operating the bridge, which was a welcome sight (and not just because of those revolutionary TOS uniforms). 

Another feature of Star Trek Continues is the inclusion of actors from either Star Trek's past or just science fiction's television and movie past, with Erin Gray of Buck Rogers and Lou Ferrigno of The Incredible Hulk being just a couple of the standouts. And while Star Trek royalty John de Lancie (of Q fame) is certainly welcome to see and acts your heart out, seeing Anne Lockhart was the really special thing for me. Anne Lockhart is one of sci-fi's most underrated women, having played Captain Sheba in the original (and only good) Battlestar Galactica from 1979. We're talking about a character and actress that inspired a generation of real female astronauts. That's no joke. She's a sweetheart, and as legit as they come. Her getting an acting gig almost brought a tear to my eye. Awesome. Seeing Mark Ralston for the first time (for me) since Babylon 5 was also a nice touch.

Bottom line: If you love Star Trek: The Original Series and classic science fiction that used to mean something and not just be blow-em-up-boom, Star Trek Continues is a beautiful, perfect gift from Satan. This kind of content is far too rare.

Storytime with Snubs + I Was GROPED At A Hacker Con - Snubs Report

So here's the thing: Sometimes the content I share in the Sovryn Tech Newsletter isn't going to be fun. This is absolutely one of those cases. This is serious, and this is something I want you to pay attention to. Shannon Morse is one of those gals that I have been a fan of for years (she is a co-host of Hak5 and the host of Threat Wire, two of my favorite YouTube shows). She is very well known in the infosec/hacker community, and does incredible work for all involved. She is an absolute treasure for the work that she does, not because she is a woman in a space that isn't really filled with women.

But because she is a woman in the middle of a sausage fest, at a recent infosec convention it so happens that--and it's sadly likely not surprising, it certainly wasn't to me--that she was sexually harassed. At a pool party of the event, she had her ass grabbed. Fucking outrageous. And the convention, and seemingly the a major chunk of the infosec community, did not respond well to this. Sure, they "blacklisted" the guy that grabbed her ass from the convention that year...but only that year. The following convention he was allowed right back. That is, until more and more reports were filed that this same guy--a long-standing individual (since the 90's) in the hacker space--had been and was continuing to engage in sexual harassment over and over again. Now he is finally, effectively, blacklisted from many infosec/hacker events (or at least for the forseeable future), and I applaud that, even though obviously it's a little too little too late.

Look, here's the thing. I don't understand why just because someone has been a part of a community for years, or because they "apologize" openly or even personally (over and over again for the same shit), but engage in such behavior are given a pass for this sort of stuff. It doesn't just happen in the infosec/hacker community. It happens at libertarian/anarchist events. It happens at geeky events. Anytime you have some kind of sausage fest community, you end up with people who build up some kind of Grade F celebrity status, and they start pulling these stunts and harassing women (and men, at times, too, understand). It's deplorable.

Making zero-tolerance sexual harassment clauses for events, as Shannon Morse describes, is a good start. I can think of a few of my own friends who are high-profile speakers that demand they be put in place if they are asked to speak at an event, and kudos to them. But I think another part of the solution is for people to stop creating celebrities. Stop venerating asshats, and stop giving them a pass just because they're perceived as "cool", or they've been around for a while, or they seem respected. Metaphorically "kill your heroes", as they say (again, metaphorically, I never advocate lethal force).

Oh, and no, no woman is "asking for it". Let's just leave each other alone, deconstruct the heroes in our minds so that they don't get passes for horrendous behavior, and learn to look for enthusiastic consent when it comes to any actions we want to engage in with each other. This kind of shit was old thousands of years ago. Let's stop it already.

Many of you may remember that on the Official Sovryn Tech Calendar, July 4th is not some ludicrous and meaningless holiday celebrating the notion of nations and their independence. Ohhh no, July 4th is MK Lords Day! Celebrating the inimitable and sassy MK Lords, who unlike the USA actually does things to make life better! WOO!

MK created and hosts one of my favorite podcasts out there right now (seriously, it's in my Top 3 already)--Iconosass--and she is one of the most fierce writers on the interwebz today. And you can now financially support her work directly by becoming a Patron of hers on Patreon!

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The year was 1993, and I--the Golden Stallion, at the time just a little guy--had my trusty 386SX computer. The big question that I had as I stared at the blinking horizontal cursor on that little CRT monitor was...what to do, what to do? Well, at the time, fortunately my soon-to-be heroes John Carmack and John Romero had just released their groundbreaking science fiction first-person shooter called DOOM, and the rest as they say, was history. I played the shit out of that, and every game in the series going forward. I even have a little Funko Pop figure of "the Space Marine", because DOOM has just seemed to always be that big of a deal in my life. So when Fantasy Flight Games decided to release (sorta re-release since a similar game was made for the badass Doom 3) a board game in celebration of the newest title in the DOOM series (also, just called DOOM, an awesome PC game, by the way), I had to be all over it.

Personally, I love tabletop games, ever since the days of HeroQuest, really. Uniquely, and moreso than video games, tabletop games let your mind soar and be far more creative, and ironically there's just something more real, more visceral about them. DOOM: The Board Game is no different. What sets apart for me, though, from other tabletop games are three things:
  1. You can easily get through a whole game in a couple of hours. This isn't one of those board games where you're playing for weeks on end (not that I mind those at all, just it's good to have some variety). It's one and done, and lots of fun.
  2. You get to plays as demons! 'Nuff said (c'mon, everyone, it's me...).
  3. There aren't a million expansion packs and figures being sold for and with this. While I don't mind and even enjoy expansion packs and all of those paintable little figurines, it's nice to be able to buy a complete set for a not-so-crazy price, and again, be one and done.
I also think this is a great starter game if you've never dived into the tabletop gaming world (which I heartily recommend doing). It's a slick, time-tested model of tabletop gaming with a great franchise that is easily recognizable and understandable. And after you go through DOOM: The Board Game with two to five friends a few times, maybe then you can get into Captain Sonar or the inimitable Warhammer...if you dare...
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The Library of Alexandria. The Library of Pergamum. That library that might be under the Great Sphinx of Egypt (no, really). There have been many great stores of knowledge, science, art, and philosophy. These are the great libraries, many of which have unfortunately been burned to the ground or destroyed either due to the aftermath of that deplorable human act called war, or the extreme irrationality of one or more of the world's religions (though ironically most of these libraries themselves started as religious institutions).

You may have never heard of Bayt al-Hikmah (translated as ‘The House of Wisdom’), but the House of Wisdom was a major intellectual center during the Islamic Golden Age. The House of Wisdom was founded as a library for private use by the Caliph Harun al-Rashid (who reigned 786 CE to 809 CE) and culminated in prominence under his son al-Ma'mun (who reigned 813 CE to 833 CE) who is credited with its more formal institution. Al-Ma'mun is also credited with bringing many well-known scholars to share information, ideas, and culture in the House of Wisdom. Based in Baghdad from the 9th to 13th centuries, beside Muslim scholars, people of Jewish or Christian background were allowed to study here. Besides translating books into Arabic and preserving them, scholars associated with the House of Wisdom also made many remarkable original contributions to diverse fields. If there were ever a library that could match the Library of Alexandria, this was it. One such story of this library, though: “It is said that Al-Ma'moun had heard about the magnificent Sicily Library, so he wrote to the King of Sicily asking him for the entire content of the Sicily Library (which was rich in philosophical and scientific books of the Greeks) to incorporate it in the library of the House of Wisdom. The King on the advice of his bishops (that the contents of these books did no good to the people of the Ancient World) sent the content of the Sicilian Library to the Caliph.” The West didn't even want their own books! Oh Western Culture and your advancements...where art thou? In Baghdad, apparently! Undoubtedly, much knowledge about the past would have been lost if not for the continuous works of translation conducted in the House of Wisdom.

Keep in mind, Baghdad at this time particularly was a very prosperous and rich city, which allowed the House of Wisdom to spare no expenses to purchase more works, including those from other countries. It should also not come as a surprise the implementation of new technological developments since the House of Wisdom was open to such a great diversity of cultures and ideas. Brought from China, paper--in its modern form nearly unheard of in the West--became a new and cheaper material for writing, which was previously done on parchment from the skin of animals, a much more time consuming and expensive process. Efficiency and completeness was the name of the game in the House of Wisdom, as it should be. By the middle of the ninth century, the House of Wisdom had the largest selection of books in the world.

Also during the reign of al-Ma'mun and the House of Wisdom's heights, astronomical observatories were set up, and the House was an unrivaled center for the study of humanities and for science in medieval Islam, including mathematics, astronomy, medicine, alchemy and chemistry, zoology, and geography and cartography. Drawing primarily on Greek, but also Syriac, Indian and Persian texts, the scholars accumulated a great collection of world knowledge, and built on it through their own discoveries.

Sadly, like most of the great libraries of antiquity, the House of Wisdom would eventually fall into decay and be destroyed. The Mongol siege of Baghdad in 1258 AD began in mid-January and lasted just two weeks. On February 13, the Mongols entered the city of the caliphs, commencing a full week of pillage and destruction. Along with all other libraries in Baghdad, the House of Wisdom was destroyed by the army of Hulagu during the Siege of Baghdad. The books from Baghdad’s libraries were thrown into the Tigris River in such quantities that the river ran black with the ink from the books. A man named Nasir al-Din al-Tusi fortunately rescued some 400,000 manuscripts which he took to Maragheh before the siege, but that was a mere fraction of what the House of Wisdom had contained.

Although the Mongol invasion is usually considered the sole cause of the sharp end of Arab science, by the second half of the 13th century Baghdad was far from being the only academic center in the Abbasid Empire, so the destruction of the House of Wisdom was not the sole cause of the decay of Arab scholarship. But make no mistake that war is always the enemy of knowledge, science, and human evolution.

And bear in mind, that while an institution like the House of Wisdom was born out of the Islamic faith, it is abundantly clear that when an institution is created with the purpose of venerating, collecting, and enhancing knowledge, religion very quickly takes a back seat, or is even completely ignored. The amount of philosophers, scholars, Jews, Christians, and everything and everyone inbetween that were allowed to flourish there is testament that in the arena of ideas and science, humans can come together in peace and understanding while still relishing in their diversity. The destruction of such institutions is a requirement for any ruling force to take hold, and its destruction or suppression is always the first sign of evil. So let's put a stop to that kind of force and value knowledge and its collection as the bulwark against oppressive power that it is. 
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  The music in the strip club had the kind of beat that made you instantly shake your hips, or if you were sitting down you would tap your feet or your knee with your hand. An attractive couple was doing just that—sitting—at the end of the stage where Valeria was dancing. Valeria was good at her job, and that music made it all the easier. It seemed to pull something animalistic out of the audience looking at her, as well as something animalistic in herself…and a stripper needed that animal side to come out.

  Valeria was a small woman. Her short, small frame and lithe, athletic body, in no way voluptuous, easily slid and spun around the pole in the middle of the stage. She would come down, then aim her wider hips and taut buttocks towards the onlookers and bend over, gyrating her upper body as she came back up and strutted towards the end of the stage. She then ran her hands along her small breasts, rubbing her fingertips on her nipples which were already hard because, for some reason, Valeria couldn’t take her eyes off the man and woman at the end of the stage in front of her. The couple had some indescribable presence about them, some kind of chemistry that you thought could only exist in the movies, and certainly not in the year 2015.

  But here they were before her, real, grinning, and very, very sexy. The man was built like a truck, obviously tall, bald with a goatee, and a muscle tone that no leather jacket could hide. She imagined he was quite the hulk under his clothes. And the woman—ohhh the woman!—with her curly hair, pale skin, thick lips and a hypnotic smile, and muscular legs that led up to an impressive amount of cleavage had Valeria mesmerized.  The couple were light holding hands while their other hands were ever so gently brushing on their own genitals. They seemed to be as taken by Valeria as she was with them.

  The song ended, and it was Valeria’s cue to get off the stage. It was customary, and required, after a performance for strippers to go down into the crowd and offer lap dances with whoever would pay for them. Get in closer, more personal. But Valeria bee-lined right past everyone in the strip club that reached out for her attentions with the signal of hands and dollar bills.

  She went right to the couple that was watching her. That sexy, irresistible couple. She stood before them, now at their level, with a slight chuckle coming from the man who was now keenly aware of her short stature, but before she could say something in retort, the woman next to him was already running her hand along Valeria’s thigh. The gentle touch sent sensations coursing through Valeria’s entire body and she bit her lip.

  “Can we go to a VIP room with you, Valeria,” the woman asked.

  Valeria couldn’t believe the sound of the woman’s voice. It was so sultry and enticing. It just oozed passion—and in concert with her touch—all Valeria could do was gasp and nod, and get out a barely perceptible, “Uh huh…yes,” and then came back to her senses, grinned back at the couple and took both of their hands and began walking them towards the back of the building where the private VIP lounges were.
  It would just be the three of them, but Valeria never wanted it that way so bad in her entire life. And she didn’t even know their names yet.

  Brian, as Valeria found out the massive man’s name was, had her on all fours on the couch, thrusting his manhood inside of her so deeply that she didn’t know how much more her tiny body in comparison could take, but she wanted more. Her moans and screams of pleasure were muffled by her face being stuffed into the large, soft breasts of that mesmerizing woman, who she now knew as Stephanie. Valeria wasn’t new to threesomes, but this felt special somehow, felt right…felt sooooo good.

  As Valeria was running out of breath and ready to collapse, Brian lifted her up in his arms, her legs resting in the crooks of his arms, and he began lifting her up and down on his shaft, her little body being tossed around as if it were as light as a beach ball. She wrapped her arms around him, holding on, her arms barely able to get grasp beyond his wide shoulders. Stephanie pulled Valeria’s short-cropped hair back, bringing her lips to Stephanie’s own, and tongued her mouth while the hulk of a man having his way with her continued his seemingly endless fucking, with endless endurance and strength. She pushed the nipples of her small breasts against his muscular chest, the up and down motion of his thrusting exciting them and adding to the pleasure the couple was unleashing upon her. Valeria was in a state of total anoesis, no conscious thought, no worries, just pure lustful emotions and sensations running through her. Just feelings. Just pleasure.

  For a moment Valeria snapped out of her erotic trance and realized that as a stripper, even in the VIP lounges, she wasn’t supposed to actually fuck the patrons of the club, and she certainly wasn’t supposed to do anything without charging money, but now she was doing both! And she didn’t want any money, and she didn’t want this wild sex marathon to ever stop. As pornographic as the act she was engaged in with the two must have looked, she felt an instant connection with them, almost a love, that she just couldn’t describe. But then worries of her own life outside of the strip club began to set in. Slowly she was taken out of the moment.

  Whether Brian realized what was happening in her head or not she didn’t know, but he kept hold of Valeria as he went to sit on the nearby leather couch. Totally under his physical control as he never put her back down onto the ground, he turned her around so she was facing away from the couch and began lifting her body up and down his member, his grunts of lust almost sounding like the low growl of a lion. Stephanie then kneeled on the couch next to her and ran her hand through Valeria’s hair and pulled Valeria’s head back into her bosom, lightly moaning as Valeria suckled and licked the soft, sensitive flesh.
  And just as quickly as Valeria fell out of it, she was back into that state of blissful anoesis.

  Brian kissed her deeply, “You are a goddess, Valeria”, and put a large wad of cash into her hand. Stephanie stood to the other side of them now after the couple had put their clothes back on, with Valeria still naked. She kissed Valeria just as deeply, ran her hand under chin and gazed equally deeply into Valeria’s eyes, smiled, then looked to Brian, saying nothing, both now walking towards the door.

  Valeria stared after them, mouth wide, her mind filled with strange senses of loss and fear. She quickly ran towards them and with her small frame leaped onto Brian’s back, her still-puffy nipples feeling electric as they rubbed against the leather of his jacket.

  Stephanie looked at her in surprise as Valeria latched onto Brian’s back like a chimpanzee. “Valeria,” she exclaimed, “What are you doing? What’s wrong?”

  Valeria got down and then rushed into Stephanie’s arms and buried her head in Stephanie’s chest, nearly sobbing and pleading, “Please! Please take me with you. I don’t know what you do or where you’re going. But I just feel a…need…to be with you. Please. There’s nothing for me here. I just want to be with you. I’ll do anything.”

  Stephanie compassionately rubbed Valeria’s back and looked up at Brian, giving him a nod. He could see it to. In the vulnerability of the moment there was a tremendous strength and courage in Valeria. A sense of survivability and desire for life that Stephanie and Brian related to within themselves.

  Brian stood next to them now and put a hand on each of their backs, empathetically rubbing them, sighed, and assured, “Valeria…welcome to the Wilde Foundation. I’m Agent Sovryn and this is Dr. Stephanie Murphy. And your whole world is about to change.”
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"Even if you want no state, or a minimal state, then you have to argue point by point. Especially since the minimalists want to keep the economic and police system that keeps them privileged."

~Kim Stanley Robinson, Green Mars
That's it for this issue, everyone! I hope you have an amazing, sensual time until the next newsletter. Since last newsletter's short fiction had pretty much no eroticism to it, I felt the need to ramp it up in this issue. I hope you enjoyed the story and everything else therein! See you on the other side!
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