Monthly Archives: August 2011

A Day at the Beach

A Day at the Beach from Buffer Boesch on Vimeo. This is a wonderful video created by a very talented man who is constantly surprising everyone he knows. Enjoy!

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This is not fate, this is life.

Somewhere in our minds Lies a feeling, never fully understood, Ancient vestige, animal instinct. Genetic fossil, limbic brain, Driving us, our will be damned. Pretending to control our thoughts, The limbic and endocrine systems control our lives. Pleasure as pain, … Continue reading

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I Pledge …

Grover Norquist is a Republican operative. He is called by some a political strategist, which just a fancy way of saying a scheming no-good son of a bitch. Google him and you’ll see what I mean. One of his buddies … Continue reading

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Life, Liberty, Estate, and Internet

I am and always have been, a staunch supporter of net neutrality bills and heavier regulation on the purveyors of this grand information super highway we find ourselves on. I have a reason to be; the world wide web is … Continue reading

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My Friend … The Hijacker?

My friend William Wolfgang Gossett, “Wolf,” died 8 years ago at Newport, Oregon when he was 73 years old. He was an amazing and interesting old man, not least for his fantastic stories and alleged adventures which spanned decades, continents, … Continue reading

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