It is again the sad repetition of the somber reality of remembering lost friends to over-zealous, self-righteous, perverters of a peace-loving religion, immediately after the joy of surviving another year of my own lucky life. I try to relish what I hav… more »
Hey, I've meant to post about my movie career. What? you say? Yup, I have been been in a couple of indy shorts over the years. The first was done by Dord period. I have the DVD but not online. But here is the most recent. Remember don't blink or m… more »
You would think that with the abuse of everyday living, I would be be smarter and not self-abuse myself with birthday hi-jinx and Lit Cafe Poetry Nite extremism, especially this time of year, every year. I always get the message too late that no matter… more »
While I was out in Kansas City for the Unregulated Word: The Holy Spectacular Poetry Festival, weather seemed to take my place in Cleveland with rumbling thunders and crashing blasts. As you can see below, a shelf in the apartment couldn't take the vi… more »
Every year with only one exception, since that fateful year 2001, I have posted my memorial to two friends that lost their lives in the World Trade Center disaster. The fifth anniversary was turned into a governmental media event to justify a war based… more »
I bet nobody was as shocked as me when this picture was posted from the February poetry reading. The fact that I was standing half naked with a couple of half naked women should have been shock enough.
However, for me the shock was that my mind's ey… more »
WARNING: This is a rant!
Today, on a rare time I read the PD, I saw two items in the business section that got me hot. It wasn't about the writing or editing or dependence on newswire this time. It was on the typical bonehead myopia, squelch filter… more »
Okay, this will be my last quote from the Illuminatus! Trilogy, but it is a doozy in that it again shows its prescience for todays issues 30 years ago.
A monopoly on the means of communication may define a ruling elite more precisely than the celebra… more »