Tap/Click and Sub
Tap/Click to Watch
Rules! You gotta love them. Like the rule that governs the formation of our universe. But rules are meant to broken by the young and rebellious, and that ain't a bad thing. Like the rule that says other dimensions have to form their Universes just like ours. From a common sense perspective, that's like saying all cultures here at home have to evolve the same way. Didn't happen! From what I see, given our particular set of physics, there's an awful lot of diversity spread out across our Universe. I'd tend to think the same applies to dimensions outside ours, and that means life might have populated some of those parallel Universes. What's bothersome is, that we might be being visited by aliens from our our Universe, and aliens from another Universe, and if you throw in that ghosts might be real, along with demons from hell, it's like why can't everybody just leave us the fuck alone. It's hard enough to keep our shit straight as it is.
Myth, fable or fact, believe what you will, but there's a singular truth when it comes to Atlantis, there's a lot of people looking, and there's three times as many that want 'em to find it. I got hooked way back when Edgar Cayce wrote the famed city would reemerge from the depths of the Atlantic off the coast of Bermuda. I'm not sure what the fascination is, could be we want to believe we once were capable of so much more, and better, it might be, that once we find it, we'll be able to return to the glory of yesteryear. I've heard so many theories about it's location over the years, and this new one is just as plausible as the rest.
War is a horrible thing, and good people do horrible things, and their history haunts them forever. I 'spect most people are not familiar with the My Lai massacre, the brutal murder of Vietnamese women, children and old men. After all, 1968 is a lifetime ago.
In all that carnage, one man stepped up, and put himself between American soldiers and innocent civilians. Hugh Thompson. American Hero. Forgotten.
I don't know what war does to some men to make them animals, I hope I don't ever have to find out, but there's another side to that coin that brings out the best in some people. Unfortunately, it took 30 years for our Army to recognize his bravery, and yet today this hero goes unheard of, while the names of those who committed the mass murders are front and center in the history books of war.
Take a minute, read what this man did, the position and danger he put himself in, and how it affected his life. An American Hero is worth a minute of your time, I would hope.
A long time ago, a strange little animal named Dickinsonia roamed the earth, making it the oldest known member of the animal kingdom. What I find interesting is that it looks like a fossil of a leaf, but the damn think still contains fat molecules which scientists were able to extract and identify. I don't know how that works, since a fossil is essentially a rock, but it's interesting. As I think about it, I can't help but wonder if we can extract fat molecules from stone, can we extract 'em from the people that use the little go carts in Wal Mart?
On the blog
Before peace on earth, there was hell.
Strange, this work is over 25 years old, and looking back on it, I get why it never sold. But damn, I'm proud of it. Check out a sample, here.
With all the pieces laying around,
why is life so redundant?
God speaks to all, many hear, one acts.
There exists in every person the potential to do great harm and most people find that potential because it’s easier to find and execute than to find the potential to do good.
Keep the people fed with bread and they’ll catch you stealing them blind. Put a steak on their table, and they won’t care.
Social Commentary is an act of subterfuge that will destroy our civilization, but it just also happens to be a good thing.
It's Simply a Good Thing, Friday is.
Because I need to escape down the rabbit hole.
120 bucks for an hour fling with a sex robot huh? Damn, that's tempting but this old man wants to know, Can she run her hands through what hair I got left, Whisper sweet words into my ear, and Snuggle up real close with her hand gently at rest over my heart, and Offer words of soothing comfort when my dick fails. I have some serious concerns too, like can I catch the clap? Do I need a tube or two of KY Jelly? What if her grip malfunctions while she's stroking my manhood? And does she talk? Hell, that's too many questions, and the massage parlor down the street is closer than Houston, and 5 bucks cheaper, or so I've been told.
Back in the day, when I learned about Helen Keller, I remember being absolutely astonished how one person could overcome all the shit life threw at 'em and come out on the other end with grace and good will. Texas however, doesn't think that's a lesson worth teaching their young ones. Their thinking, Helen Keller doesn't represent the concept of citizenship. Truth is, it's probably because she was outspoken, believed in a womens right to vote, and was a socialist. Convince me otherwise!
I've got no idea how a burning hole just happens? I'm hoping Satan just didn't pass a bit of gas, that'd be problematic, yet I'm sure there are those who are going to point out that's exactly what it is. Just as mystifying to me is the dynamics of the hole, three feet deep with a sharp 45 degree turn at the bottom, and a temp in the hole once the fire was out, of 780 degrees, and it appeared in some dudes backyard out of nowhere down the way of Arkansas. Might be hell is starting to burst forth, but I'm glad its happening south of me. With winter fast approaching though, if it happens on my little lot, I might think about setting around a naturally made campfire, beer in hand, when it's twenty below.
Jerks! Know why they're jerks? Because they don't possess the self introspection to know they're being jerks. Apparently, a new research paper is currently being peer reviewed in a scientific publication, with research showing people are fairly well knowledgeable of their behavior except for when they're being jerks. But I gotta ask, how do you define what a jerk is? I might be a jerk to someone, might be a jerk when I'm drinking, might be one when I'm in a bad mood. Could even be a jerk when I'm jerking off. Who the fuck knows? But you gotta love science!
In a rare attempt to fight the invading alien sun gods, the FBI has mysteriously raided their temple of subterfuge, the Sunspot Solar Observatory. Stuck out in the middle of nowhere, New Mexico, the observatory was surrounded by a battalion of FBI agents and black helicopters. Alien Sun Gods were rounded up, placed in custody, or flat out told to go home. When asked by reporters what was going on, MIB replied with 'What are you talking about?' or a simpler 'Nothing to see here, move along'. Updated reports are forthcoming here.
The Cost of Honesty
Most of us value our sense of honesty, and we're acutely aware that our moral sense of being honest with ourselves, and with others, bears a cost. I've always believed there's a moral obligation, or at least some connection, to my personal honesty, and I struggle to see that in todays social and political arena. To be blunt, I'm not going to lie just to get my way. I'm not perfect, I've a shit load of mistakes in my past, but I own up to 'em. Most people accept my mistakes, because they got their own. I get people will judge me, I'm fine with that, simply because I'm the harshest judge their is. I've also done some real stupid shit, that I keep real close to my vest, because there's a lot of shame. I get that! But when that shame comes to light, you have to own it, bar the consequences. Hiding it, lying about it, is a soul eater, and someone with half a soul is a damaged person.