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Video Interviews & Social Commentaries

Parents (or your immediate elder) are often the most fascinating people to talk to. They have a wealth of life experiences, stories, or other philosophies, that they love sharing, telling then re-telling. Last year I started video interviewing Mr. Lawhead. As is the case with dads, the topics range from business strategies, politics, to economy. You can see them here (they are very engrossing). Or watch them on his Vimeo. So… I’ll start something different! Interviewing my mom. This is the first of (hopefully) more to come. In other news, I opened a shop on society6. You can buy my...

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General Announcement (Official Email Address)

Starting at the beginning of this year my email accounts have been going bonkers ranging from email loss to suspicious things sent that well… uh… (I would only send if the government got in my head, removed all inhibitions, and brainwashed me to send them.) I was hacked. It was bad. You don’t think about how bad these things can get once they happen. It’s unbelievably devastating. Hackers suck! … (And so do government brainwashers.) Nevertheless, like I said, email loss: If you’ve emailed me, and I have not responded (or you received something along the government has orchestrated a...

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Killing Mockingbirds

Killing mockingbirds They ran out of firepower And laid her to rest Something I have to say To get off my chest You shouldn’t kill anything like this Heavy artillery, sophisticated bigotry A showman’s frenzy, all cleverly interject Reasons to kill and to cage They’re certainly strange Nevertheless, a piece for each Take what you can preach Taken from a throbbing chest Before they lay her to rest It’s a lesson to teach Killing mockingbirds is a sin It’s not how you say it Nor how you mean it But how you show it All mockingbirds know this It’s a...

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A Poem…

A Poem… This is a poem inspired by those hopeless moments Transcending all impossibilities When the very world collapses all about and underneath It begs to ask How deep does the heart go? And how infinite is the soul? Stripped apart and laid open Like nothing is sacred anymore I guess this is how Earth feels And we’re all made in her image When something remains and grows again When things heal despite how they used to feel When flowers crawl out from underneath Rubble, cracks, and wasted leftovers Somehow it refuses not to be It insists on the very...

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Some Poems As Of Recent

White Tiger On A Leash White tiger on a leash Thorned claws Bright eyes Ivory teeth You’re beautiful how you tend to be Her strength is heaven sent By will alone, let it be known At heart she knows that she is free White tiger on a leash Dignified dispositions Fearless hunter Nobler mother Driving on, she’s beautiful when she’s strong Between throbbing heartbeats torn from her chest And hopelessly silenced jaws A heart not owned, freedom is a virtue hers. White tiger on a leash They do as they please See her fearlessly Jump between fiery hoops aflame As...

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Video Inspiration: “The Evolutionary Mind” 1998

A very inspiring talk entitled “The Evolutionary Mind” between Terence McKenna, Ralph Abraham, and Rupert Sheldrake. Considering when it was filmed, much of the content is/was (tech philosophy speaking, internet, etc) very ahead of it’s time. Part 1/3 Part 2/3 Part 3/3 And, while we’re into researcher mash-ups discussing fascinating topics, there’s also Bruce Lipton VS. Sheldrake: Also, the link of the day is: Savant for a Day, by LAWRENCE OSBORNE

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Ivy

(Read in order: Ivy, A Butterfly, A Flower, And A Leaf) She… In her sleeping beauty twists Another leaf perchance? Or another to fall Who knows… Still, she grows tall Covering all then’s, and now’s Is, and will be’s In careful consternation of all the how’s As she reaches again for unmeasured skies Well past after the final time Cut her, or burn her, spare her no grief! Water for her, for them blood Out of prestigious Styrofoam cups. Ransack, and violate her, plundering intricacies Another to boast dominion over being And dare tear her from what she so faithfully...

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Flowars

In Slovenia, if you love someone, it has been said that you give them carnations. In this case study we will refer to them as Flowars. Flowar is the grammatical singular noun of the plural form for Flowars. Although they prefer to accumulate in groups, they are pack vegetation. There have been incidents where Flowars have been caught, on film, alone. Such sightings are rare and widely speculated among the botanical community. Here’s a perspective view of the Flowars so you can see them in contrast to my head. Clearly a single Flowar is larger than my face. Here it...

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Epic Weird Sci-Fi Scenario #4

So I had this whacked out dream last night. It was more whacked out than usual so it went in my notebook. I think it would make an awesome game or story or something… A race of specialized humans that, through manipulation of subconscious, manipulates reality, and, in their sleep, travel back in time to change small “butter fly effect” like patterns in order to save the future of the human race (or prolong it’s existence). Mastery of one’s own dream means the manipulation of the surrounding dream. Because reality is a dream. The scenario starts with a dreamer that...

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Hairy Chicken Fajita

Customer: Can I get it without hair? Employee: No sir. It’s called Hairy Chicken Fajita cuz it’s got hair init. Customer: Do you have any food without hair in it? Employee: No. Customer: What!? Employee: No. Customer: Can I make a special order for just the chicken? Employee: No sir, but you can remove the chicken and have just the hair. Customer: Um… Can you put the hair on the side? Employee: No sir, chicken is a topping. We don’t serve toppings as primary dishes. Customer: What!? Employee: Chicken is a topping. We don’t serve — Customer: Yeah, yeah! I...

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