Just . . . stuff that hopefully the two people who occasionally look at this blog will enjoy!
Tell "the voices inside your head" the pervasiveness of capitalism is stifling your creativity. Down here in the C.S.A. Texas I'm too busy dodging people carrying guns into churches and Walmart to be able to create anything.
Maybe an essay on your belief in "Hollow Earth" theory (?) although I'm not sure it belongs on this particular blog...
The view outside your window brought tears to this old comrade's eyes. The view inside your head means you're human.
@Anonymous(1): You know, you made me remember some sage advice I have given others many times over the years, but forget to apply it myself. Namely, we are brought-up to believe that if an activity doesn't have any marketability, then it might be a waste of time. I don't know how many times friends and acquaintances have started an art or craft, and given up saying "Oh, I'll never be able to do anything with this stuff." Then I bore them to tears lecturing on how if we don't perceive something as being able to generate $$, then it has no worth. And advise them to pursue endeavors for their intrinsic value . . . hello? hello? . . . oh no, I've done it again . . .
@Anonymous(2): You know, I've never really pursued this in-depth. Just some cursory readings. However, the stories reportedly that Admiral Byrd returned with leave this as a theory quite open to future obsession . . .
@Anonymous(3): Thank you comrade, for your kind comments! All too human, all too human ;-). Since the flag went up last year, one of my next door neighbors has now placed three US Marine Corps Banners (each with a US flag -on the same pole-) in various places around his yard. Maybe he just likes red too . . .
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