Facebook Post: 2017-07-28T15:01:42

From Bellingham, we have none other than Fischkopf Sinfoniker performing live on Mid-Valley Mutations tonight. Doom, drone, electronic and beyond, this is a performance you won’t want to miss. Tune in, 10 PM sharp, and kick start your weekend right.

(And, don’t forget about the Rejected Art Faire and Sunday Service Mutations Showcase 04 happening Saturday and Sunday, too!)

Facebook Post: 2017-07-15T05:55:06

Finished my radio show last night and I suddenly got hit with the worst feeling, like I was sick. I couldn’t figure it out, but I barely got out, and went through the typical early sick sensations. As I was getting ready to go home, I opened the station door and was hit with a cold front, that helped tremendously. As it happened, it was so hot in the station I gave myself mild heat stroke performing my show.

Suffering for art. I fell asleep with a headache for all y’all.

Facebook Post: 2017-07-13T15:28:08

As a child I saw this book in the library, and I checked it out for almost 10 years solid, from every library near me, well into my high school years. With amazing art by Michael Whelan, this book captured my imagination and made science fiction seem real to me, and I was set on a quest for things about ‘space’ afterward. I loved this book before 2001, before Star Wars or Star Trek, even Douglas Adams was after this. This book was my gateway to mind expansion. And I only ever read through libraries.

Facebook Post: 2017-07-11T08:18:35

So, all the horrible people who do wrong and tell us we are wrong: what do we do when we know, for a fact, that we were right? Do we win a prize? Does something change? Does being right make the world a better place? When we are right, how many minds do we change? What changes in the world that helps those who suffer when we can say, “I told you so?”

Facebook Post: 2017-07-07T08:30:26

All of the G20 / Putin news reminds me of the importance of this gem:

“The President is very much a figurehead – he wields no real power whatsoever. He is apparently chosen by the government, but the qualities he is required to display are not those of leadership but those of finely judged outrage. For this reason the President is always a controversial choice, always an infuriating but fascinating character. His job is not to wield power but to draw attention away from it.”

Douglas Adams.