There’s debate about whether bigotry and prejudice is learned or inherited. Social programs suggest that intolerance and hatred is learned, that it’s eradicated only by education and changing environments. Well, I have reason to think that it’s neither learned nor inherited, but that it’s hard-wired in the software of imperfection in the DNA of “pan narrans” -- intelligent species who makes up stories. Our lives are big and little dramas of history: unlearning, re-wiring and re-designing the “mobo” of our brains (the mainboard, system board, planar board or logic board, or colloquially, a mobo), clearing out non-survival mapping to optimize possibility. Life is either that or else it’s a eulogy written in language from hidden malware bleeding from a Trojan horse.