March 31, 2011. I believe things in the future are going to be considerably different. More numbers are going to be attached to us. Things we’ve never heard of before. Like becquerels. Also, now is a good time to take note that there will be no Japanese oranges (or anything else Japanese) for christmas this […]
Archive for March, 2011
A man I greatly respect suffered a serious stroke. In the prime of life, the emotional tsunami washed his reality away. Today, dude is a shining example of humanus maximus and in my mind a Canadian hero. “That’s life” is how he describes his and the lot of others. He is right and now I […]
Every day, life is being removed from the presence of folks. Sure, the old standbys (aging, constant war, internal strife fueled by overcrowding /cultural hatred/voluntary slavery) continue to be employed but in these “modern” times we accept demise in many more palatable manners. And sadly, if it can be carried out sans loud clanking and […]
Eight days ago I’d never heard of Fukushima Daiichi. Now, I’m engrossed with it. It gives a whole new meaning to: “Have a Fuk’d Daii”. Secrecy, lies and obfuscation – all just for power and loot… Are we surrounded by modern day pirates? We have got to start calling a spade a spade. Cousin. Thank […]
There! That’s my hand there! On the ledge. I’m making my way up. Thank you, friend. Barry out
You know what I’m talking about. Thank you, friend. Barry out.
I think of you daily and there are so many things I need to tell you. Alas, at this juncture I am unable. I am trying so hard to be me that nothing worthwhile is coming out. A lot IS coming out but I don’t want you to see it. It’s just too yucky. Thank […]