This issue explores the banality of truck driving through the lens of an illegal dump which operated in Dallas during the late 1980s. Also included is the allegorical fiction The Rough Ascent, which asks what one might do if confronted with the knowledge that deaths from natural causes suddenly ceased. Lastly, Immanuel Kant represents the culmination of philosophy from the Modern era. Why would he want a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? These paths and more are laid out in Artificial Agency #000.