Let me preface all of this by saying that I’m an opponent of war in any form. I like to believe that there’s a peaceful resolution to every conflict. At times history has made this a tricky stance to live by, especially … Continue reading That’s Like A Baby’s Toy
Growing up, I loved thunderstorms. I’d sit with my window open, face pressed against the screen, watching and listening as lightning lit the sky and thunder pealed. The harder it rained, the better. If the gutters became rivers and the … Continue reading Interstellar Rain
Possibly one of the most heinous things humanity has ever invented is war. We’re not the first, but we are the best at it. There are certain animals that have a shown a propensity for similar aggressive acts–a pantomime of … Continue reading Seeds of War
Kurt Vonnegut was a pretty out-there guy in many respects. Read any of his classic books, like Slaughterhouse-Five—where Billy Pilgrim, survivor of the infamous Dresden firebombing becomes unstuck in time—and you’ll see that his brain worked in a special way. … Continue reading Have the Arts Been Surpassed by Social Media?