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Category Archives: I was there
Black Rock City – Watched thousands of pagans, actual & momentary, roiling wildly counterclockwise around the collapsed symbol. Alone amidst thousands beneath the smoggy sky the decision was made to be there again before any real time for consideration.
Hudson Valley – Wandered inside fashionably late. Finished the Moon Hooch before traversing furrowed reminders of agriculture. Found her in stride. Audrey Napoleon disintegrating moisture heavy atmosphere.
Portlanding – Play & refuge, two of the main things keeping humanity interested in the rest of it. Visible everywhere one looks, much of our real expression and true creation lies in these. As one transitional being journeyed west through snow, … Continue reading
Not That Vancouver – Flash! Washington! To the Evergreen State; where recently legalizing a previously prohibited leaf leaves many of the real questions concerning ingestion of a substance still falling on the wrong side of Federal regulation yet to be … Continue reading
Black Rock City – Holes. Nothing but holes. For day after day. Adirondack cow pastures before company asset reassignment brought a Comfortless Inn on the Delaware and the misery that is New Jersey. Shimmering 2,500 miles past the sunset, a … Continue reading
The FBI & Corporate America: Working Together to Label Peaceful Protestors & Concerned Citizens “Terrorists”
***this piece is about information from an article published here*** ‘merica – Breaking news from the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund. Corporate America and the increasingly aggressive federal government worked together during Occupy’s most powerful days to track potential terrorists. … Continue reading
Salt City – A few years of public stupidity inflamed by fools, capitalists and a desperate media ended with a whimper Friday night. December 21, 2012 exited without fanfare, remarked upon only for the extremely quiet day that ensued. Warnings … Continue reading
‘merica – Six billion dollars and a politically wasted year later Americans reaffirmed they are a nation divided to the core. Wednesday brought sudden silence after the months long onslaught of blaring impersonality. The electorate has chosen and hundreds of … Continue reading
Lucky Lake Campground – Whilst the enigmatic culture swirling about Black Rock Desert’s Burning Man continues confounding outsiders, denizens of America’s Great Lakes gathered to share and celebrate the event’s ideals at a venue closer to home. Driving through the … Continue reading
An old Iroquois trail appropriated and expanded by westward looking Americans as the 19th century began, the Old Seneca Turnpike runs along Syracuse’s southern border. Following State Route 173 east out of Onondaga Hollow toward the former farming villages beyond, … Continue reading