I’m not sure why, but during my wife’s pregnancy, I gained an astonishing eighteen pounds. I felt pregnant. I feel pregnant today, at this moment. Whatever crazy train my wife’s … Continue reading Running Heavy…Not Pregnant
Building replica humans to pilot five million Eiffel Towers outfitted with freeze rays directly into the sun, to freeze it. Replicas are then simply melted back down.They only feel pain … Continue reading Building A Human
Drugs and Mass Murder. Look at this connection and try to come away with the idea that drug companies are used to getting their way. Figure it out. I think … Continue reading Pharmaceuticals and Mass Murder Go Together Like Peas and Carrots
Undead all night. An aural sarcophagus. I like the idea that I could fall asleep and wake up listening to the same song. Music for caves. I could cast spells … Continue reading Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead (9 Hour Time-Stretched Version)
Frush It! Nooooo!
I invite runners to wear a race shirt to work tomorrow to show support for other runners, for the charities that benefit from marathons and small town races, for the … Continue reading Wear Your Race Shirts Tomorrow!
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“The trouble with fiction… is that it makes too much sense. Reality never makes sense.” – Aldous Huxley from The Doors of Perception “For a country to…
Eyewitness to Boston Marathon Chaos A volunteer describes the scene as it happened and the struggle through the night to help people affected by the bombing at the Boston Marathon. … Continue reading Eyewitness to Boston Marathon Chaos
Birth of Omuktlans, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 20″ I recently attended the birth of my second son. Holy smokes! This painting by Curiot reminds me of what a strange … Continue reading What Is It Like Watching the Birth of Your Child?
Trains to Piraeus Ride My Rails There was a time I lived without you. We silent moonlit passengers Fled to the trains, as ones must When no longer sharing cups … Continue reading Poem – Trains to Pireaus Ride My Rails, a sestina