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Quick Read on the News and What I’ll Actually Read…

Here are some headlines from the online publications that I get daily e mails from, my thoughts in a quick blurb, and what I actually decide to read;

HuffPost Lifestyle

Long-Lost Images
Show What Hasn’t Changed About Motherhood In 50 Years
ken heyman
An 83-year-old photographer was cleaning out his storage unit when he found a box titled “Mothers,” filled with beautiful images of women and their children that he took almost 50 years ago. See them here.

Me: Don’t care.

The Most Indulgent Reese’s Recipes Of All Time
There’s no wrong way… Get the recipes here.

Me: Seriously? As if we (Americans) aren’t fat enough? No.

The Real Reason You’re So Tired On Mondays
Was that a yawn you just stifled? More here.

Me: I’m curious, I’ll put this on the reading list for later (Will I get to it? Another story entirely)

A Man Told Me He Wasn’t Turned On By My Aging Body
couple fighting in bed
“As I looked in the mirror — clear-eyed and brave — I claimed every inch of my body with love, honor and deep care. This body is me. She has held my soul and carried my heart for all of my days. Each wrinkle and imperfection is a badge of my living and of my giving of life.” Read more.

Me: This is News? Not even lifestyle… really. Who doesn’t know this? No.

These Are The World’s Best Water Parks
aquaventure dubai
This slide in Dubai is a bit more extravagant than the ones you frequented as a kid. See more here.

Me: Dubai? K. That’s like just a paycheck away- right? Screw you. No.

More stories:

• This Is How Often Married People Are Having Sex -I care?
• Prince George’s First Birthday Portrait Is As Adorable As You’d Expect – Oh My God, really? Don’t care.
• This Is What It Feels Like To Finish A Triathalon – This is what it feels like to be reminded I can’t do one.
• On ‘Coming Out’ As An Alcoholic – Watch it, Gays won’t like their phrases stolen. No.
• This $3M New York City Co-Op Holds A Really Wild Surprise – The surprise it doesn’t hold is why I won’t read this.
• The Most Gay-Friendly Retirement Cities In America – Information I do not require.
• 5 Must-Read Beach Novels For Your Next Vacation – Vagina required.

New York Times

Death of a Man in Custody Adds Fuel to a Dispute Over a Policing

A fatal confrontation reveals the tensions between two of the mayor’s priorities: mending relations between the police and minority residents while fighting serious crime by focusing on petty offenses.
Ronald Spear died in 2012.

Me: Hmm, eyebrow raised, still not reading it- It’s not news to me.

New York City to Pay $2.75 Million to Settle Suit in Death of Rikers Island Inmate

The settlement in Ronald Spear’s case is one of the largest paid by New York City in recent years to resolve a lawsuit alleging violence against an inmate.

Me: Disgusted, on all sides of the issue- the blurb is all I need. Not clicking the link. Done.

De Blasio and Family Land in Rome, and the Cameras Start Snapping

Bill de Blasio at the Capitoline Museums in Rome on Sunday during a nearly 10-day trip. Behind him, his son, Dante, and daughter, Chiara, with Ignazio Marino, the mayor of Rome.
Mayor Bill de Blasio began his Italian vacation by mixing business with pleasure – and impressed the paparazzi by loading his own baggage into the van carrying his family.

Me: Is this racist? (for his mixed marriage)… Still, don’t care- let the man go on vacay in peace.

Wealthier New Yorkers Aren’t Fleeing the City for Tax Havens, a Study Says

The Independent Budget Office found that the share of higher-income households that moved from the city in 2012 equaled that of lower-income households that left.

Me: Equality! In LEAVING NEW YORK!?! I might actually read this- with my usual disdain for the wealthy.

This is the usual ratio of reading to not reading for most pubs sending me e mails. I know there are those who read much more and on a much more varied pallet of interests, but I know I’m not alone in averaging maybe one item of actual interest per e mail containing what? At least 5 clickables each? That’s a lot of reporters out there tapping away generating “journalism” for people who simply don’t give a shit. It’s interesting though. I suppose the pub’s have to throw as much as they can out there to catch our interest like so many fish in the sea, but it occurs to me (and you heard it first here- once I hit publish that’s copyright) that if there’s so much data being gathered on the internet where ever you go and whatever you to- be it Facebook or News sites- can’t they collect data on what you respond to in e mails and use that information to better focus their spotlight when it comes to what they bother to pay reporters to write about?

Is that a long sentence or what? David Foster Wallace would be proud.


WordPress, but not WordPress…

February 8, 2011 Leave a comment

Special thanks to the developers at Links Alpha for such a great plug in. Also at Dallas Pro Web Designers for their plug in/ widget. Both made it really easy to move this blog off the Wp servers and keep some of the functionality.

Told ya… I was gonna do it. And it’s done.

I have a couple other blogs to move under my main domain umbrella and I’m done, at least publicly, with WordPress. After initially looking at the glamorous and glitzy Tumblr sites, I was impressed, but I couldn’t find comparable themes and templates. Mind you, they have some nice ones, but the really nice ones are about 20-60% more costly than those you would pay for in Wp format, and even if I did swallow that small pill, I would be losing the familiarity with which I’ve grown into, aesthetically, on my blogs.

Initially I was dismayed at the thought of eating my words and coming back, tail between my legs and continuing my begrudging relationship with the ever-silent racist sympathizer WordPress has become in my eyes, but no. Despite my keep-sh*t-simple life-motto, I knew that I wanted out from under and this was it, this was the time.

I could part with a layout I thought, if the layout is pleasing to the eye, as I feel mine are now- and I loved the fact I could apply the actual domain name without the subdomain ( suffix to my blogs (something WordPress would reach into your pocket for!) at Tumblr… Then there were some functionality issues… Wp format is just more control-freak friendly, which I am. I needed a bit more control than is offered over there at Tum-Tum, as I’ve come to know affectionately refer to it. So what did I do? I took myself out of my comfort zone and got into the code a bit, installed the WordPress Application into my GoDaddy hosting account, and moved everything over. Some re-formatting glitches after familiarizing myself with the new operating procedures and log-ins, and here we are.

There are some tweaks on each site (two so far) that I have to come back to- but for the most part- the work is done.

I figure once in a while, I may repost an entry in the old ( blog to attract some hits from the internal mechanism they have, freshly pressed and whatnot- but for the most part- we are free (and you can be too).

And we are under our own flags as well.

When you type in you are led to the main domain The Occasional Opinion, then redirected to the subdomain under Damian Dezign. Looks the same as this one, so will you know the difference? Sans the stink of a background support staff that says nothing to you when you complain of racial epithets espoused upon you by other users of the free service- nahhhh, no difference at all.

This will be the last post here for a while, so if you don’t hit the link, and rss link or feed or do whatever it is you do to keep up at the new site, you will not receive an update when I comment on the absurdities of our world.

I’ve got some pent up thoughts on Lindsey and Hale, racism, white male model on black baby crimes, as if we need more daddy issues in this country… and more, waiting to come out…

All of which will not be posted here.

See you on the other side folks!

bye bye you mother f%&*($#s =P

I have 74 Tivo Season Passes… Too much?

January 31, 2011 Leave a comment

A friend recently said, “you watch all those shows, I was gonna ask you about this one” and it got me thinking. As if it takes much to get me thinking anyway. When I say it got me thinking I only mean it got me thinking more.

And yeah, I guess I do “watch all those shows” and it is as horrible as it sounds. But considering that via my little productivity tracking system, I’m increasingly productive (the numbers don’t lie) in the last couple of months, I can’t feel too guilty about pressing play on a favorite show if I’ve earned it. And usually that’s done with this laptop on my lap anyway- so even if I have earned the right to do nothing for a couple of hours, I rarely take myself up on it without wrestling with the guilt of doing nothing for a while beforehand. Welcome to my world.

Besides, this friend tends to be a downer too- and they like to criticize a lot but I wonder, if they’re unemployed (unlike myself) and pretty much in the same place in life that I’m in, what do they do all day, and not watch any shows they would later ask about and probably enjoy?

It may be helpful to know many of my friends are artists in their own right and/ or involved in or ardent admirers of the arts, media, drama, etc. Hence the love of media, and the irresistible urge to take it in when possible.

In any case, if you don’t have RCN in New York then you don’t mess with Tivo unless you go out of your way to. Yeah you can go out and buy a Tivo and subscribe to the service, but who needs another bill, is my motto. The consolidation of services is the name of the game if you ask me. Companies who invest in this effort are the companies that will last. But that’s food for another blog. here and now i’m going to break down my Season Pass Content to get a little snapshot of my personality in entertainment choices.

By the way I like the Tivo, it’s simplified enough, has a large enough capacity and offers a spill over option by making it possible to transfer your shows to yourPC via their software- because when you have 74 Season Passes (sorry, a Season Pass, if you don’t know, is a Tivo DVR menu item that automatically records all the episodes of a show for you as they come up for viewing) you might not actually watch the shows as they’re recorded and run out of space on the DVR. For me, that’s the poker shows that I enjoy once in a while, and can only watch back to back when I do. They pile up and sometimes a whole season will go by and I haven’t pressed play. It’s good to be able to take those shows and move them to my PC or laptop for viewing otherwise, or if I buy the upgrade to the software I can convert their code to play on my iPod or whatever. THAT is handy for sure- because I can definitely justify a season of the World Series of Poker on a flight or an episode or two of Poker After Dark on the commute (when I’m not listening to a language podcast that is- currently, Japanese. Learning is a productivity point).

Here we go… these are listed in no real order other, as I don’t really understand the way Tivo handles priority. Does it prioritize in escalating order (74 to 1) or in number order (1-74)? I’ve gone in there and moved a show up or down if it gets cut off early and I’m robbed of a climactic ending, but not knowing the order I usually park the show next to something that’s off season so it doesn’t happen again. In my defense I haven’t needed to hunt down an ending of a show more than once, and I felt the appropriate shame afterwards.

Lights Out FXHD

A former heavy weight champ, the actor that started the “his name is Robert Paulsen” chant in the movie Fight Club, deals with the aftermath of his controversial last fight before retirement and life’s pressures as they lead him back to the ring in direct opposition to his wife’s demands and his children’s concerns for his health. Form the first episode it had me hooked. This is drama for the lover of tough guy underdog roles. Count me in.

The Ricky Gervais Show HBOHD

No explanation needed, simply hilarious.

Episodes SHOWHD

Matt Leblanc returns to television but this time, respectably. It’s actually a very funny show, to my surprise, and any show with eye candy like Tamsin Greig, I’m in.


If you don’t know, get in the friggin know, good show.

The Walking Dead


In Treatment

Your first glimpse at the contrast in my taste, and/ or personality. This is a show that appeals purely to the intellect. If it’s not listed as an “Intellectual Drama”, it should be. Though the second season did less for me as far as providing interesting psychological analysis because they seemingly wanted to take the spotlight away from the patients and put more of it on the main character played by Gabriel Byrne , it still entertained, because that character seems to be pretty screwed up.

Eastbound & Down

Yeah I won’t be watching these two back to back, but I wouldn’t do without the hilarity that comes through my TV via this show.


Again, if you don’t know, now you know.

Stargate Universe

Yes, I am a nerd, and this spin-off of the original show, that stemmed rather brilliantly from the movie, is miles above the rest. This show is what modern Sci-Fi should be. Put it right up there with BSG.

Off the Map

The pilot was available on iTunes for free, and desperate to un-bore my commute, I downloaded it (pre-Japanese classes)… to my surprise, I liked it, and so I got the Season Pass. there is no shortage of sensitive drama here, and I can be either in or out of the mood for that- You can only do the “oh I’m a sensitive doctor trying to redeem myself somehow” so much, but there’s also mucho eye candy here, more for the men than the women, so I’m in. Also, as much as I detest being cliché in any way, I can’t help but like to hear some well spoken Spanish and a sexy Spanish accent coming out of the tube.

Thats the first ten on the list. As much as I want to get into as much detail with the remaining sixty four shows- wow that’s really striking me as a lot now- I do have some other stuff to do today so let me just run down the rest of the list real quick…

Hawaii Five-0

Blue Bloods

Boardwalk empire


CBS Evening News with Katie Couric

Men of a Certain Age

The Mentalist

Spartacus: Gods of the Arena

The Event

True Blood


Lie to Me

The League

Dark Blue






Flipping Out (yeah, what?)

Rescue Me

Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory

The Real L Word

Sons of Anarchy


It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

White Collar (reluctantly. I hope he finds his girlfriend, she’s hot)

Eureka (eh, ok)

Covert Affairs (Piper Perabo)

Poker After Dark

Haven (it’s X-files-ish)

Tosh.0 (in actuality I hate this guy)

Law & Order Los Angeles (giving it a chance)

The Defenders (kitschy)

LA Ink: Fresh Ink (I’m a sucker for a tattoo’d girl, and the art is sometimes amazing)

Ugly Americans (I don’t cry when this gets pre-empted)

Rules of Engagement (deserves the attention Two and a Half Men gets, a show which is ultimate shit if you ask me)

Russel Simmons Presents Stand Up at the El-Ray (to date, not one episode of this show has recorded? Perhaps the Tivo is empathic as well, and notes my negative feelings towards played out black-comedy)

The Penguins of Madagascar (my inner child)

Fanboy and Chum-Chum (I dare you to watch one episode and tell me you do not want to see Chummy again)

Strikeforce Challenger Series (i’ts good to remember the importance of self defense)

Robot Chicken (hilarious)

Shameless (giving it a chance, seems kitschy)

Machines (nerd)

Human Target (I was interested, but episodes don’t record, so whatevz I say)

30 Rock (indispensable, but see what I mean about the priority?)

Skins (I pretend they’re older… or do I?)

The Late late Show with Craig Ferguson* (funny man)

Perfect Couples (the one correspondent from the Daily Show, my god. Otherwise seems to be written by the same characters who wrote for the male lead’s previous show- and I dropped that show two eps into it- so we’ll see)

Conan* (the best)

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart* (it’s how I make sense of the news- a daily staple*)

The Colbert Report* (can’t do one without the other)

63 Comedy Central Presents (I toy with the idea of stand up)

Nova Science Now (brain)

NOVA (there’s a difference?)

Rizzoli & Isles (yes, a low point, but they’re hot and well, they’re hot)

Scrappers (sad, and occasionally funny)

American Pickers (don’t see what the fuss is about, but the office girl is tattoo’d hotness)

An Idiot Abroad (brilliantly funny)

Being Human (curious, but it’s not recording?)

Stand Up Showdown 2011 (see #63)

Wonders of the Solar System (great show)

Mutant Planet (also)

CBS Sunday Morning (am I getting old?)

So what have we learned…

We have learned that if I want to have to turn my head towards the TV and up from my laptop or away from the paintbrush or pen and paper- that I want to see a beautiful woman- for the most part. Otherwise, it seems I want something either really funny, dramatically or intellectually stimulating. It seems I want to be informed, but obviously, by the daily get-home after work run down; CBS Eve News, Daily Show, Colbert- by default- I don’t want to take any of it seriously.

Or I am so angry about it I refuse to.

I think when summer eventually rolls around- the Tivo DVR is going to explode cause I’m not gonna be home enough to keep up with any of this.

Blog Entry, One Productivity Point.

What’s to write about

January 20, 2011 Leave a comment

So… China…

Met with Prez, accomplished; Zero.

Congresswoman Shot; Recovering exceptionally. Gun Control or Ammunition Control Legislation- nope. Wasted time and news grabbing media whoring- sure.

Health Care. Something other countries do better than we do here in America- still.

We’re still at war. J.H.C. I’m looking forward to a show on MTV I hear goes to the area in Afghanistan where the opium drug lords live, and I want to see how the war is affecting them. This should be interesting. Vice Guide to something or other. Strange that when I searched for it on my Tivo the time slot was listed as another show entirely?

Question; Why has the City of New York installed a middle man between the MTA and it’s employees when it comes to transferring funds from our income to the MTA’s coffers? This transaction, formerly known as Transitchek, took money from our payroll and from what we understood- gave it to the MTA. In return we got a small discount on our fares, very small, and a Metrocard that was good for an entire year. Now that money is being deposited into a WageWorks account apparently, and the employees of New York City have to use a pre-paid debit card to go to the vending machine or tellers and purchase our Metrocards ourselves. Something stinks here. Not only does it seem we no longer get our little itty bitty discount- but we also have to go out of our way to buy the damn cards every month. On top of the personal discomfort- it seems also someone is getting paid off for our trouble in the form of playing money-holder-middle-man between New York and the MTA. I won’t even get into how the transit system sucks in every way- timeliness, cleanliness, safety, etc. and is thus way overpriced- or how eminent domain should dictate New York take it over- especially after their general apathy during the recent blizzard crisis where they sat back and put the onus on the city to clear the way for them to come in and make money. I mean thing about it- without me getting too much into it… You and I the taxpayers, pay money to have our streets cleaned and paved and taken care of during inclement weather- right? And there is a company who charges you to then transport you on those same roads you paid to have cleared… Doesn’t that sound weird to you? It does to me. Why am I paying a fare for a service that when it rains or snows does nothing to clear it’s own money making pathways? Why do I pay a fare- when I pay state, federal income and sales taxes already? But I’m not getting into it. Point of this blurb is that now there’s a mysterious middle man put in place, and if I really cared, I’d do more than this, but I don’t, since I believe it’s all going down the drain anyway.




January 11, 2011 Leave a comment

I’m consumed by Graffitti Park, but very quickly, my heart goes out to those suffering due to the shooting of the Congresswoman in Arizona.

The right to bear arms should definitely go hand in hand with the public’s right to be safe- and stricter guidelines on who can exercise their right to bear arms need to be enacted.

Criminal Records as well as mental health evaluations should be required to own a weapon. I have no problem sitting with a therapist for an hour to get approved- and if you do- then you shouldn’t have a gun.

Also, restrictions on the manufacture and distribution of ballistics. Without bullets a psycho can’t do much but throw the gun like a rock. They can limit the amount of bullets one person can buy, make them account for their use (i.e. range shooting or hunting), require leftovers be turned in for refund and require a license for those who make their own.

The thinking of course is that even if a sick person gets their hands on a gun, they will have great trouble in arming it.

Other ideas include requiring any gun for home protection to hold a total of 5 or 6 bullets. No 16 clip magazine sitting in a law abiding citizens home should be expected to gun down 16 officers of the law should they ever need to disarm the occupant. The citizen also should not expect to have to protect their home against 16 thieves or assailants. If the gun is stolen, this limits how many rounds are on the street. If the gun is misused, this limits how many can be harmed with it. The number 5 or 6 only comes from the numbers many revolvers and some shotguns can hold (up to 10). I certainly am ok with less. Shotguns, more commonly bought for home protection for the sound they make when cocking providing an audible deterrent, can not easily be concealed, and therefore may remain exempt. The real danger as we can see, is the handgun and automatic assault rifle.

Then of course we have alternative ballistics- such as plastic, rubber, and incendiary or blank rounds.

I for one would be just fine loading my home protection handgun with a staggered clip, such as one blank, one incendiary (flash), and one real bullet.

Thinking here is that if in protecting my home, if I have to fire three rounds, it should be expected that the third round be a stopper, after the two first rounds are let off to deter.

Again, less rounds on the street, less people get hurt.


Praise for the hero’s of the day and prayer for the survivors.

Categories: Anarchy, Death, education, media

City Planning- your guide to New York, and the apocalypse

December 16, 2010 Leave a comment

Sorry Nation (to borrow a term from Colbert), but today’s, or rather, this weeks Opinion is just about NYC.

I’m crammed in a train today, as most days, and I look out of the train’s window, across to the opposite platform at Times Square station, and I wonder- Did anyone plan on this city being so overcrowded?

Redundant question- I know. The very term overcrowded denotes there could be no planning. No one plans for OVER-crowding. They may plan for crowds, but not an overage. Overage is what happens in the absence of planning, ok, ok. 

So in this millisecond my thoughts move to how ripe this city is for any kind of terrorist attack or natural disaster that would have the highest death toll ever- and from there of course to my over repetitious thought of this being the very case against the free acts of terrorist cells- and how they’re likely controlled by some government source that only releases the hounds so to speak, when the corporate bosses that hold their leashes say it would be conducive to revenue streams.

All of which always ends in the thought “whaaaaaat the fruck ever” I have to get to work so who cares?

Bottom line is, no one planned for this, and people, the ants, or sheep that we are- just wiggle around in the pens made for us, not using any sort of real intelligence to make a better life, or a better world for ourselves* (note- remind me to opine on the difference between the European public, and the American public when it comes to asserting control over their destinies vs. the political regime’s looking to profit from their lives, like a ranch owner would his cattle).

So then I say to myself, well of course- what we need is a reduction in head count here, so the city can be a little more livable. the buildings are built upwards, not outwards, and there is no more ground level space to move around in anymore. People are going to start falling off the platforms in the transit system.

Solution; consolidate housing.

You can’t really consolidate work space- I mean, you can, but I’ll get to that next.

Consolidation of housing means you take the space of two apartments- and make it one.

Yes, there will never be a cessation of greed, so there will never be a landlord, landowner, who in their philanthropic best, will concede to- not losing money- but making less than the overbloated mess of money they make now- and have to then cut back on the equally bloated mess of a privileged life they likely lead. No, that’s not going to happen- but still- this needs to be done- so of course, then the two 2 million dollar spaces for example, will not cost 2.5 million when consolidated, but instead cost 4 million for the one space it then would be- but you tell me- could you have afforded it at 2 million anyway- what do you care? Thats one less multi millionaire taking up space in New York City.

That’s a good thing. 

Instantly (well, instantly after the buzzards are done ravaging the opportunity for construction of these changes) you have half the rich people you had before, living in New York.

I know, this doesn’t make my train any less crowded by much- but it helps. But you have to remember- a one room studio in New York City proper- the island of Manhattan where greed is at it’s worst- costs about $1 million.

Co-ops, average about the same. Sure you can find some pushing up against old New York (poor neighborhoods- i.e. gentrification) for less, but less I would guess to say is maybe a little under half a million dollars, and the maintenance you would pay is about as much as rent up to 10 miles outside the City, in the pre-burbs (my term). The area before Long Island that is the legitimate suburbia, but outside “The City” of New York, Manhattan Island.

We’re talking 2-6 miles inland of Brooklyn and Queens. The immediate surrounding areas in these Boroughs have been swallowed up by gentrification already- the rents and prices of property are in the outlandish bracket- well, outlandish unless you inherited money or were put through school by your parents AND make a little more than a livable wage. Staten Island and the Bronx are anomalies.

Staten Island should be sold to New Jersey because it’s inhabitants are very strange, if not just as bad as any ghetto peeps, excuse the colloquialisms. The Bronx, has to wait for the island of Manhattan to be completely consumed by gentrification, don’t worry, they’re working on it- they’re up to the mid-100’s streets now. It used to be all Caucasians got off the train at 86th street, but now they stay on a couple more stops.  But the strange thing about the Bronx is that it does have it’s nice areas, but you have to go through the ghetto to get there. As opposed to Brooklyn and Queens where gentrification makes it the other way around.

So anyway, there would be less rich people, and less middle income people, and who cares about low income people like me, we couldn’t afford it anyway, so we keep our commute, only with less shoulders to rub up against on the way in and out.

Now like I said before- the rich don’t all take the train or bus, they drive and take cabs- hello? And Hello? Less cars, less cabs, less traffic, less gridlock, less pollution.

For the landlord greed mongers- less expense. How? Well less people means less water used, reduction in water bills per property- you greedy bastards.

For the city, a reduction in the same, and thus an extension on the already dilapidated infrastructure’s expiration date. More time to reinforce that shyit, or do you not mind the occasional steam pipe burst that takes out an entire city block and cuts tax revenue by repair cost and lost income to the merchants on that block? it happened not too long ago.

Not to mention the lawsuits that come from such catastrophes.

Well, long story short- there are a lot of benefits to this kind of change, I won’t get too much more into it because frankly, who am I in the here and now? Sure, we’ll pack away a mental note for when I can do something about it- but right now I’m too busy with Graffitti Park and other aspects of life to give this more thought than is allowed on a train ride- and then- only because I have to ride a cattle car passing for a passenger train to work.

Most days I just think about how much I wish the world would end so I could never have to go into the subways again, and the woman pressed up against me with the perfect skin and expensive lifestyle would cling to me for survival instead of stand on the other side of the class divide that can be infinitely wide, even while millimeters apart.

Not that I wouldn’t shake her off for holding me back mind you.


Thank you…

December 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Thanks to all who seemed to have found my humble blog of rants… I’m sorry I haven’t been around for a minute, I’ve been working on other projects. I posted a little thing on the Damian Dezign blog about this. You might want to take a look at my other pages, so maybe you won’t consider me the irate unstable fool I come off as here on The O.O.

There are links somewhere on here.

Funny enough, looking at my stats, the most valuable of my few blogs in my opinion is The New Good, because it literally serves the cause of self improvement. it’s there to help people, and of course to begin the ground swell that leads to my cult-like world domination, but really- just to help people… yet it receives no hits whatsoever.  If it doesn’t help people, I know it would at least entertain, yet nada. Take a look there if you don’t mind- who knows, you might benefit from some New Good.

Self promotion aside, let me just ask- why has our Prez got no balls? The rich got richer with his spineless concession on the tax thing. Either he has no balls, or they’ve got him by his balls. And by “them” of course I mean the corporations and conglomerates above them that make the payoffs to the lobby and pull the strings on government. the entities that see the free citizens of the world as their sheep, and not human beings at all. Expendable, in the name of profit.

Have I not been clear on these matters?

K, gotta get my head back in the Graffitti Park game… Oh, you don’t know what that is? Click the link! Find out!