Category Archives: 2015

New Sharing Report identifies and weaves together various emergent threads

The “sharing” meme seems to be gathering steam. And it’s well it does, especially during this transition time when our unconscious collective mental structures still make the rigid, countable, measurable assumption that anything one person gives should be returned in … Continue reading

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Perspectives on College, and its Value, Then and Now.

This, from cousin Ivan, an English Professor here at IU: Where have all the English majors gone? Especially, I’d say, when students have to pay for their own college education (my parents were able to pay mine), and so they … Continue reading

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Zen Master and New Greek Finance Minister: Let us first change the climate inside us.

Are we suffering? Then let’s do something about it. And that change begins inside, says Thich Hhat Nanh. And it begins inside our own communities, our own systems of government, say the leftist victors in the new Greek election. I … Continue reading

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Terrific comment from new facebook friend about friends and family

And guess who, several days ago, pointed me in the direction of adding this young man to my facebook friend list? Katarina, one of my young podmates! His comment mirrors our situation here.

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Re: the accerating “false-flag flagellation”: Julian Rose tells it like it is.

I just received this Julian Rose post from Lance, whose website is down. Obviously, it needs to go everywhere. Having been exposed to the zombies only a few hours ago in the Urgent Care waiting room, I know precisely whereof … Continue reading

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Head Trauma: This morning, 11:30 AM.

Was on my usual long morning walk with puppy Shadow. Black ice on the side walk. Going downhill in shoes that have seen better days (i.e., soles with no grip). Both feet went out from under, I landed squarely on … Continue reading

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One investigative reporter’s attempt to explain just how the Gov/Tech Surveillance/War Complex works

I find this extraordinary crowd-funded investigative report very difficult to even begin to grasp. How did the author do it? How did he enter, poke around, start to comprehend and then actually manage to (or pretend to?) map the no-doubt-continously-morphing, … Continue reading

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Let’s UnF*ck It

Those who might remember Katie Goodman’s brilliant, deadpan, comic rant, I Didn’t F*ck It Up — — might, however, have also gotten discouraged, thinking “but there’s nothing we can do.” (Waaa waaa waaa. Poor us. We’re so f*cked.) Oh? It’s … Continue reading

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