Akbar Resigns…

Posted by on Sep 24, 2010 in Akbar Lightning, anxiety, politics

as this website has entered into the chasm between fantasy and reality, and as i find that my efforts are no longer being trusted, that i can no longer ask for my project ideas to earn a little bit of that kind of respect that affords an open conversation about roles and expectations, i have decided that it is best to invest in the reality of my friendship, over the fantasy of this ongoing project.  the founder, behind the avatar of this website, is my friend, but we have entered a creative impasse, and as the boundaries of that impasse have started to bleed over into drama, i have decided to go with him on this journey of ridiculousness.  so, this is Akbar Lightning saying ‘I resign from Globatron, this will be my last post.’

I leave it to you readers to judge what is real and what is not real.  F$%k, i don’t even know anymore.

Peace out



  1. universaltron
    September 24, 2010

    Well, I suppose we won’t be visiting anytime soon. Sad as we are just down the road.

  2. logocentric
    September 24, 2010

    no. say it isn’t so.

  3. universaltron
    September 25, 2010

    well i hope he reconsiders cause the g-train is on the move.

  4. logocentric
    September 26, 2010

    he’ll be back. mark my words.

  5. logocentric
    September 26, 2010

    by the way, i’m still dead, and i’m writing this from the computer lab in paradise.

  6. Byron King
    October 8, 2010

    I had thought this was a prank but now it seems to be a reality. The site will never be the same again but the mission of globatron must go on. I wrote this on my portfolio site last night and it sums up my mission here at globatron as well: http://www.byronking.com

    I am an interdisciplinary artist, designer and writer who believes deeply that an individual’s choices have a direct impact on the environment, our bodies and our minds. Daily, I attempt to make conscious decisions in order to help inspire myself and others to take action.

    We are all alone on this planet. There is no reason Globatron’s mission cannot continue if it’s only one person beating its drum. I have had many friends tell me that the work on here has helped them and they have never commented. The best part is that it helps me in return to get my priorities straight. Thank you Logocentric as well. I also thought your death was a prank but it seems to now be a reality as well. The three of us had our moments of pure collaborative genius I thought.

    Thank you both for your help on the site the past two years. I wish you both the best with your future art projects. I accept your resignation and will give you a glowing letter of recommendation for your work here if it is ever needed.

    Logocentric, I can only hope you find real peace on the other side.


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