Monthly Archives: June 2014

“God Fights The Plague” – a must see…

An enterprising and extremely talented young man named Desi Gallegos (18-years-young) caught my attention last eve at The Marsh in San Francisco, starring in a solo performance of his search for the identity of God through interviews of various characters whom he … Continue reading

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Moving Faster than the Speed of Sound

How it is possible to get it wrong so much more often now?   How many of you are stuck this day/eve with a “I can’t believe they got it wrong again!” regarding your intention on something you’ve just written … Continue reading

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Cochlear Rest

If you sit still long enough and stop the tapping on your keyboard, you can hear a tiny world around you pushing up against your cochlea which sends signals to your brain for identification.  Directly from the Wiki hyperlinked above: “The cochlea … Continue reading

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