A Spot

It goes something like this. After worst-writing for a few hours, in a rush, I got around to getting some chores done. The chores are thus: buy fresh meat and wine for the evening. Pick some veggies for the pan. Dress the kitchen properly so she's prepared for my cooking. Start drinking with a cold beer … Continue reading A Spot

Doodle Of A Dream

Had a dream the other night. I think. Even though I can't draw worth a hoot, my best shot at an image of the dream is above. This dream started in the middle of a journey that begins at a red x (bottom left corner of the page). I think the journey was to the Red Sea … Continue reading Doodle Of A Dream

Traumatized Race

Is it possible for a white man to be traumatized by the civil rights movement of the black man? Or was the movement by someone else who only wanted to profit from movement? How a movement can be misunderstood. Idea for... (?) LOP Character expresses his indignation for the results of the civil rights movement. … Continue reading Traumatized Race

Body Types

- echtomorph (thin) - endomorph (fat) - messomorpth See the ballad of Lucy Jordan by Marianne Faithful. Interesting text about a lost 37 year young woman.

Systemic of Control

Bacteriophage. A virus that attacks bacteria. Not a profitable treatment, hence not used or researched! Soviet Union and Georgia used this the most. Most used as alternative to antibiotics. Trying to fathom, understand any reason behind the supression of sexuality. What is the opposite of sex? Murder? If not, why not? The opposite of sex … Continue reading Systemic of Control

Saying It Better

Finding those who say it better. There are so many. Why is it that I must be the one amongst the many, the crowd who, if required, stands out only because he can achieve nothing? America touts itself as the land of the free, but the number one freedom that you and I have is … Continue reading Saying It Better

Burying Books

(Note: post contains notes from Oct 2 thru 6.) A woman who sees things. Her idears of how things should be, though, are in stark contrast to how they are or how they seem or are they all too real? Never nuff. These thoughts of lost. Go with it, nomatter. Idear An everyday kind of … Continue reading Burying Books

The Hurt

More LOP Thinkng Out Loud LOP The character that needs a name (Stone?) arrested as a terrorist which makes him a US citizen with no rights. Wait. This is the end. No. The ending. LOP Two parts to story. One. The discovery of family Hurt* through the loss of the father (and/or patriarch--when the matriarch … Continue reading The Hurt


Pondering Questions Leaving SF, CA (Note: This post combines Sept 21-26) To inform. About short story publications (from Borders Books in SF, CA) - Glimmer Train (www.glimmertrain.org) - Fiction (www.fictioninc.com) Two publications of short stories. Regress development. The idear of growing backwards. "Growing" not in the sense of the physical, as a person would grow … Continue reading Pondering

Action Reaction Action

LH418 (>IAD). Outrageous and ludicrous the entirety of security one must now face. Entirety the word? Such a colossal waste of time and resources. The largest US government expansion in fifty years? To even imagine that politicians cannot see the wrong of their leadership and lawmaking fits perfectly to the silly-ness of airport security in … Continue reading Action Reaction Action

Anonymous People

LOP The anonymous people. (Like the "wounded" from Chad?) Who are they? How do they think? What makes them? Who made them? Does (character) get a list of people to pick up? The story of Gerald Fytsimmon. (Is he like Paul E. Chrysanthymum?) The first man to dissent (is that the right word?) against corporate … Continue reading Anonymous People

Truth Seeking v2.0

(Something I’ve been working on and will likely never finish. As usual.) Subtitle: Isaac Newton and (My United Mistake’s) Radio Talking Heads It hurts me to say this but there is no such thing as truth seeking. Trust me, I’m American’t born - I know these things. Of late I feel compelled to promote this … Continue reading Truth Seeking v2.0

Psalms vs Palms

2004 12 07 What to do when you think you've been lied to (falls pretense) and then learn finally the truth? When truth is not better than a lie. Much of life must be about this. Or. Oh, buttercup, I wish the glaze you'd put under my chin would hold past my next shower. Soldiers … Continue reading Psalms vs Palms