We Want MoR Superman – Chapters 7 and 8

Superman is showing psychological strain and Lex sends moles to Smallville.

Next episode we will be covering chapters 9 and 10.

Original chapters, written by Alexander Wales, can be read here or on fanfiction.net and the audiobook chapters, recorded by Eneasz Brodski, can be found earlier in this podcast feed and on the website.

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  1. Martha Kent probably wasn’t ahead of her time. The Kansas-Nebraska act mandated popular sovereignty over the issue of slavery for the territories seeking to become states and many abolitionists moved to Kansas specifically to vote for it to be a free state. It seems likely to me that Martha was a descendent of abolitionist ideologue settlers and that living in rural Kansas insulated her from the post-reconstruction Lost Cause historical revisionism that was popular among academics of the time.

  2. Any discussion of trigger warnings makes me flash back to Dark Lord’s Answer (by one E. Yudkowsky)…

    It actually has some really graphic and disturbing content, but the warning at the top is a literal joke:

    “Content warning: sexual abuse, economics.”

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  4. My problem with Bill Gates doesn’t really have anything to do with who he is as a person and weather he’s doing his best.

    The problem is that no matter how hard he tries his charity work will never make up for all of the harm done to society by the simple fact that our economic system allows anyone to control such a massive portion of the world’s resources.

    Even if Bill Gates (hypothetically) fed half of all starving people in the entire world it would not change the fact that we have more than enough food for everyone and the reason why starvation is still a problem at all is because business owners like Gates are allowed and incentivized to make profit-driven decisions about how all of our resources are distributed.

    Even if the Gates Foundation ends malaria for good it won’t change the fact that the whole reason malaria is such a huge problem is because all the areas where malaria is prevalent have been too economically fucked by the same system Gates is “winning” at to handle it themselves.

    Gates is incapable of using his power to solve the underlying problem because his power IS the underlying problem.

    I don’t want to individualize that problem and blame it on Gates because it’s more of a systemic issue. It’s just very important to understand this systemic issue so that we can do more than settle for the scraps billionaires give to solve the world’s problems.

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