A lot of people, especially a lot of people on the right, talk about "Freedom", but not many consider what it would really mean, beyond "i can do what I like".
And at the root level, sure, you need to be able to do what you like in order to be free; but that's not in and of itself the freedom of more than an animal.
With some heavy inspiration from St. Zarathustra and St. Aleister Crowley, and a dash of Bukowski, I give you a philosophical foundation to a Individualist concept of How to Do Freedom, and an explanation of what the fuck "the pursuit of happiness" means (and how you should do it, often, and everywhere, roughly), to boot!
Plus it's got this:
Because real happiness comes from being like Han Solo, and not a Stormtrooper.
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Currently Smoking: Savinelli full-bent + Gawith's Balkan Flake