Monthly Archives: November 2010

AKA Paulette Bunyan

I’m three.  Wait.  Four, that’s it, four years old.  Running as fast as I can and I’m screaming, I’m not usually a screaming kind of kid.  There’s blood running down my face blinding the left eye and dripping onto my … Continue reading

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Who Judges You?

Some people never get past the need for and assumption of being measured and judged by something outside themselves.  So they look for some kind of measuring stick/method that they think is acceptable and measure themselves with it.  If they’re … Continue reading

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Is it the Millennium?

That feeling that you are in the middle of important history or big changes toward whatever you search for has been prevalent in every generation since recorded history began.  In every generation the believers in Armageddon have seen the signs … Continue reading

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Are you stupid?

An eminent scientist was being interviewed by reporters from various magazines with science or the name of a scientific endeavor or study in the name of the publication.  After a long string of inane questions from people who obviously had … Continue reading

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Primitive Painters

Primitive Painters—Lyrics by Lawrence of Belgravia.—Dura Mater–Vocals by Dean with backup by Dena— This was the first song we worked on together as Dura Mater, James and Dena had been playing with it for a long time without getting what … Continue reading

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