Barbarians at the Gates…

It has long been the interpretation of historians that the spread of liberal education across America led to a radicalization of the youth in the 1960s and 70s, and some have implied that there was, in response to this, an effort to denude education of those elements that lead young people to think in revolutionary ways, by associating the goals of education, not with moral or ethical transcendence, but as a means toward financial security. As an accident of this process, critical thinking has given way to discipline as the overarching theme of educational development. In other words the metaphor of the poet, as a model of educational mastery, has given way to the ethic of the soldier.

Psychiatry as a philosophical necessity…

as i grow and learn, i become more convinced everyday of the need to see historical forces through the filter of psychology…i found a reference to this man and found this clip…very fascinating and i see here a man walking the fine lines that define the character of the 21st century wise-man…enjoy…His name is Alejandro […]

Honestrix worked for me

Posted by on Aug 22, 2010 in 2010, anxiety, Choken Word, Fear, psychology, Truth

Take Honestrix and fulfill your potential. Face fear and know the substantial Gains you will have in following your passion. Saying things that others only think. Following through when others only blink. Begin to examine your deepest desires. Come clean to the world that you are not a liar. That you lived a life that […]

Passing your Passion

Posted by on Aug 20, 2010 in anxiety

They say in order to find happiness one must follow their passion.  What does one do if their passion does not follow them in return?

Drowning from Above

a light bearing down from above. water with light not love. filled with sand and earth. gushing from the cavern to search. your body and lungs and all you are. what you are made of. your soul. your desires. your internal fires. what desires are left undone? what was your dream and plan? what is […]

Dear Diary

Posted by on Aug 15, 2010 in 2010, anxiety, Choken Word, Fear

osprey manatee dolphin, ride boat on blue river. father walk family down road of community. save child from top of blow up slide and glide back to reality. my friends are scared. of their legacy. of their apathy. of their passion. trying to define themselves through their masters. trying to hide behind their life’s disaster. […]


Posted by on Aug 13, 2010 in anxiety, choken sounds, Experimental Sounds, Fear, Survival

Great Stuff

Every once in a while I come across recordings that remind me that there is soooooo much good in the world, and so much reason for hope, in spite of what the news media wants you to believe.  so, here are 3 podcasts i listened to yesterday that filled me with hope and a sense […]



Freedom of Speech

Ted Glick, environmental activist is being sentenced today…for hanging banners to communicate to our government the simple message of ‘Green Jobs Now.’  The government has gone out of their way to encourage the court to triple the sentence.  God Bless America.  Write a letter folks, or post this on facebook, this is insanity….

Paranoia #1

one day i will write a book concerning the different forms of paranoia…as i feel that this aspect of human nature is one of the most fascinating, terrifying and important topics…and that making a more explicit understanding of how it works, how it is broken and what it means would be cleansing in an age […]

Florida Cried

Posted by on Jun 5, 2010 in 2010, anxiety, Choken Word, Fear, psychology

The sky is black as it has rained tar balls the size of soft balls, for weeks. Black Water Black Sky Black Skin Crude oil within The air we breathe. Cancer has a friend. No more fishing. No more swimming. No more tourists. No more living. The economy has died. Florida has cried. And we […]

Song of My Brothers, the Latest Non Sequitur

Posted by on Jun 1, 2010 in Akbar Lightning, anxiety, Globatron, Survival

I Know that we do not die yet the problem remains what we do here and what matters

New Year, 2001

Posted by on May 28, 2010 in anxiety, Fear, Futurism, revelation, Survival, WAR

From a letter to a friend living in New York City, written on New Year’s Day, 2001. It’s New Year’s Day. Happy New Year, pal. Last night I sat down at my desk with the Bible and read Revelation. I think the Babylon John talks about is New York. The false idols, spices, fine linens, […]

Blame Yourself

Posted by on May 28, 2010 in 2010, anxiety, Choken Word, Fear

You can blame me if you so desire. I caused the oil spill with my growing fires. I caused the oil spill with my growing greed. I caused the oil spill with my endless stomach to feed. I needed everything this planet had to offer me. I needed instant gratification so I would feel free. […]

The End is Near

Hold onto your ankles boys and girls…we are getting ready to really see if there is a God, if there is anything like justice in this world…because according to the experts, it’s going to get real deep, real soon, so grab ahold of whatever reserves of courage and faith that you got and get ready […]

Who Let the Dogs Out!!!!

Very Rough Terrain…


Posted by on May 21, 2010 in anxiety

I brood too much. I don’t think enough. I am not a poet. I am not a historian. I am too wordy. I do not choose the right words. I am an indentured servant. I am unemployed. I am in the desert. I am out of mind. I am too political. I am not employable. […]

Status Update

Posted by on May 19, 2010 in anxiety

I am too creative. I am not creative. I am not a designer I am not a developer. I am too technical. I am not technical. I am a manager. I am not a manager. I am out of city. I am out of state. I am too political. I am not employable. Everyone has advice. I […]