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A New World

28 Aug 2013 / 0 Comments / in Blog

A New World Will Rise It saddened me to hear more of escalating tensions in Middleastern, Russian and European countries. The debate on wether to intervene, perhaps bring a resolution, or perhaps make things worse, slowly gathers constintuants on either side. War is a word hanging on the lips of politicians, some who may want […]

The Power of Direct Speech

03 Apr 2013 / 0 Comments / in Blog

You walk through this world only once Words are inert. Inert things are useless until a kinetic force causes them to function. People are kinetic forces that give words and speech action, and purpose. Speech, in general, was an huge evolutionary step in mankind’s ability to convey thought, and built the society we live in, […]

Intelligence and Fat

01 Apr 2013 / 0 Comments / in Blog

    Today I woke up early Early means it was before 12:oopm. It was nothing out of the ordinary but I was left pondering a thought as I looked under my chin and around my jaw, I am fat. Fat in an unhealthy, poor eating habit, lacks exercise, smoker kind of way. The kind […]

Rising Wind

28 Feb 2013 / 0 Comments / in Blog

Month Fly By My life is largely a search for balance. Autonomous methods of accruing wealth with a dash of creative inspiration here and there. I try to be healthy without actually exercising, I write nonsense on paper to ease my troubled mind, and I bleed on my work so people know I exist. Sometimes […]

Angry Middle Eastern Monsters and Woeful Times

15 Dec 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

Children died today An ugly sentiment. Death should never be an unexpected thing from life, but massacre should never be tolerated. It is the death of innocence, the devastation of a community, a perversion of our lives and our sainthood, exacerbated by media inflammation and bastardized by political rhetoric being spewed out of every willing […]

Sunny Days and Toothpaste

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15 Dec 2012 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Today I woke up in a startled daze The sound of a passing street sweeper woke me up this morning. It wasn’t graceful. It was one of those alarming, legs shoot up in the air, body spasms that result in messy hair and uncoordinated eye blinks. I looked and saw I was 2 hours ahead […]

Jewels and Leather Jackets

17 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

Fred Segal needs to diversify According to, the bar I went to last night was described as “upscale and classy,” which I learned after walking in, is a way of attracting emotionally dense, human air bags with leather coats and suit jackets from the men’s warehouse. I like suits, looking good is looking good, […]


01 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

Trouble was brewing I had an odd thought today that shook me. I asked myself, “what am I doing?”. I have been watching my playlist of movies on an endless random cycle all day, and in the space between when one movie ends and another begins my mind is free to wander. The trouble came […]


09 Oct 2012 / 8 Comments / in Blog

I am standing in a room smiling I am watching lights bounce on the shoulders of a migrating crowd. I am following strands of brown hair that float in the wake of a group of girls that just stampeded past. A plume of perfume passes by and I can’t help but close my eyes and […]

Walking a Line

02 Oct 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

There is a line between ideal and reality I sit on granite stairs and ponder theoretical practices of match making and the rhythm of interactions. There are several known facts about a setting that govern our social interactions, some are apparent and some need to be dictated as they become actualized, others can be explained […]