Crowd in Red

January 30, 2009 § Leave a comment


A 21st century Gilroy.

A 21st century Gilroy.

An afternoon walk in the city. Looking out to wheat paste images, chants, and steps in step–one, two, one two. The message read, white on red. Out.


Blog-Thought: Stories

January 6, 2009 § Leave a comment

Are our conversations like stories in novels, “sit-coms”, or movies? Or are the words between people journalistic? TMZ, The New York Times, the local weekly. Just a blog-thought. How much of our conversations are “escapism”, of literary merit, a “romantic¬†comedy”, “action”, or “Chick Flick”? Is talking about the weather equivalent to “veggying-out” in front of the 42 inch Plasma? Is it all venting and gossip to make one feel superior to others? Do we just want hear ourselves talk? Do we create the conflict, fear, adversity and happiness in our lives?

Staring into the Fire

January 1, 2009 § Leave a comment

The breathing flames open the collective past of all and are the impetus of all that is to come. The difference between ash, ember, and dead wood is belief. How many minds have been ignited while staring into the fire?

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