In His Mother’s Basement: Failure and Moral Judgment

In my studies of moral judgment, what and who people think are moral seldom comport with what is actually moral. The title of this piece refers to the common trope that losers get what they deserve as if there is some great moral justice that is awarded to people on Earth. If someone is downContinue reading “In His Mother’s Basement: Failure and Moral Judgment”

The Unsaid Lesson of the GameStop Short Squeeze

The immediate aftermath of the GameStop Short Squeeze saw a flurry of headlines, screams by panicked rich people, and cheers from populist-minded onlookers. Those panicked screams claimed among them the exasperated and metaphorically teary begging to regulate the industry answered by the angry yelling by the left that such begging was shamelessly hypocritical. If anything,Continue reading “The Unsaid Lesson of the GameStop Short Squeeze”

Why Are Autistic People So Unemployed? An Aspie Explains the Reasons.

An issue that often comes up living on the spectrum is jobs, how to get them, and how we manage at them. Like with everything else, I describe the reality of the spectrum experience is different than what one might expect. Jobs have their own subcultures and those subcultures often don’t include you. When someoneContinue reading “Why Are Autistic People So Unemployed? An Aspie Explains the Reasons.”