NM WebDex Y2K20 records the fugitive meanings of New Models’ vernacular as collectively defined by a swarm of NM dark forest dwellers in early 2021.
Bronze Age

3000BC to 1177BC, characterized by the use of bronze and proto-writing. Recently, neo-reactionary fascist movements have seized on this period as an historical ideal. NRX-ers believe that the raw power of brute strength that organized this era is preferable to today’s technocratic order. Associated with the short-lived KALI ACCELERATIONIST movement. Was undone by the Sea Peoples in 1177, “the year civilization collapsed.”

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Daniel Keller: There's canals. A lot of canals. It was very beautiful. Although I was kind of hoping to have less internet. I didn't have a laptop, but I somehow had full bars of LTE in this cabin. But I tried not to be, and I was mostly just staring into like burning embers… I kind of very obsessively made campfires every day earlier than I needed to and it was very satisfying just to make a fire and keep it going. So I did a lot of that. I picked a lot of berries. There were a lot of blueberry days.

Carly Busta: Bronze Age Dan!

DK: It was definitely not really Bronze Age, but it was some other –

CB: Stone age Dan!

DK: Yeah, even further back, exactly.

LIL INTERNET: I don't understand why I've never actually asked this question. But why Bronze Age of all ages?

DK: Yeah I don't know what happened in the Iron Age, I guess Christianity and stuff happened in the Iron Age...and that’s what sucks. So Bronze Age is just pre-Roman

LI: But where do you think the tin came from? Afghanistan!