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Category Archives: not philosophy

A Message to the Zoophiliacs Who Frequent This Blog

This is not a zoophilia blog. I don’t know how to make that any more clear. I have one post that discusses the movie Zoo where I speculate on extreme psychology. There is a link to an SNL skit about ass pennies which is brilliant. But I’m just afraid this is going to turn into […]

When in doubt, go for the groin

Classic article from Black Belt magazine on the blackest magic known to martial arts.

Finding the Wellspring of Fortune

This is some “get rich quick” magic clap sales copy that I wrote for a job application: Finding the Wellspring of Fortune The last time that I had to struggle was in realizing that I am Free. I was once lost, wanting everything that life had to offer, but not knowing how to get it. […]

On children

It has been awhile. I was walking past a Boys and Girls club today and I saw a bunch of large paintings in the window that were done in a very childish style, but couldn’t have been painted by a child. It made me think that it is probably adults that like childish painting more […]

The Year of Skankiness

This post is over a month old – something I started, but never finished, but here it is: Take a look out the window. Doesn’t it look a little skankier than it did before? I’m talking general skankiness, and not any bullshit gender specific variety. For example, I just got home from vacation and there […]

A Shout Out

This is a shout out to Beth Carr from Anchorage (and to her younger brother) for giving me a journal back when I was in high school. This is also a shout out to Seth Greer (from Anchorage). I hope I will see you again someday. I also wanted to tell you that I was […]

Poor uncontacted indian people

Just one quick thing to say to the world…I just read this article about this indian tribe in Brazil that has never had contact with civilization. (Check out the photos of them shooting arrows at the helicopter). Anyways, if you look at these photos, and you see the grass huts out in the jungle, don’t […]

From carpenter to computer technician

this isn’t exactly philosophy, but i was just thinking that in the future the handy-man of the past will become the man who is handy at computers and the internet. the physically engineered world of bricks, wood and nails will become the computer component/software component/net communication world. this will leave people’s homes in disrepair, and […]