Monthly Archives: May 2010

the future is now. warren ellis knows that.

This is something quick, but something that’s burning up my head. I just read Roger Ebert’s tweet that says Will I ever regain the complete, total absorption I felt in science fiction novels when I was 11? I think about … Continue reading

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The Godless Financial Sector

The idea of a “Godless America” has had me interested for quite some time. Though Europe is seemingly moving closer to a secular place, the United States continue to experience a religious revival period about once every fifty years or … Continue reading

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the tea party

I’ve had a great many arguments with Tea Party people about the idea that the party itself is aligned with racist politics, but I think this picture sums it up. There aren’t huge groups of blacks or latinos with signs … Continue reading

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The percentage of the population taking at least one prescription drug during the previous month increased from 38 percent in 1988-1994 to 47 percent in 2003-2006, and the percentage taking three or more prescription drugs increased from 11 percent to … Continue reading

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photos

As always, click to make big Kiddie Khem at his latest show. A little pocket Venus of Willendorf

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James O. Young on some art stuff

I can get down with this, and it speaks to my other posts on art, I think. Under certain circumstances, I am extremely reluctant to say that an act of free artistic expression is wrong, even when it is profoundly … Continue reading

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