I was laid off once from a computer software company with the boss saying to me, “You’re kind of a liberal arts sort of guy.” He had a point, and it was true that I didn’t really fit in with the climate and culture of the place. What he wanted was more on the STEM […]
“…my only regret is that I stomped too softly on the bastards.” – Hunter S. Thompson So, what did I do on Inauguration Day? Well, I spent the day at work. My only link to what was going on was an occasional scan of Twitter on my iPhone during breaks and the sounds coming off […]
I was recently sent a link to an article in the New Yorker reporting on the most recent results of research into the use of psychedelics for treating the anxiety of cancer patients. This led me to a longer and much more in depth article written last year by one of my favorite writers on […]
(upon leaving Santa Fe) The darkness intensifies The mountain no longer calls me up Fall has arrived The world descends into chaos Syrian women screaming at the gates Children drowning When we invented the internet (The children of psychedelia) We rejoiced to think the world was saved Through communication And good will Peace. Love. Music […]
Viruses, drugs, paranoia, death dwarfs, injections of millions of images, insect people, vegetable junkies, heavy metal SOS addicts, word dust, the subliminal kid, apomorphine, words of a prophet…. The NOVA Express by William Burroughs Images by terminal pictures, Andre Perkowski
There Are Few Forms of Recreation As Entertaining Or Easily Accomplished As Pissing Off The Ideologically Pure.
“Write the things you have seen and what is and what will be.” Mike Doughty is a wizard of words who fronted the group ‘Soul Coughing’, one of my favorite performance entities of the late nineties. This past year he had a vision of the “Book of Revelations”, surely one of the most influential and […]