Thursday, September 30, 2004

R.E.M. listening party

The Authoritative Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson may be a more instructive debate then what many of you watched tonight.

Did anybody say "where's the beef?"

President of the fishing club - Master Baiter

The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers introduced many people to a discussion that more people need to have.

Using sports as a metaphor, daily life may be compared to what?

Style and substance, can you have both or must you choose and if you do, which ?

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

repteper #1 Look out for that asteroid!

Parliament of Whores by P.J. O'ROURKE may not be the best book to read when one is retiring from 16 years of serving in the Georgia House of Representatives but being unable to schedule a drinking duel with Dr. Hunter S. Thompson at the Woody Creek Tavern outside of Aspen, Colorado, it will have to do for the time being. Searching for private sector employment and reading New Yorker articles is a great distraction from this quad-annual mass hypnotic fooled -you- again that this country insists on pursuing. Democracy is a myth.

I am working on an article that may be titled The Death of Journalism.

Art may be an escape but I now must escape to art -Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

An analytical dissection of yet another Atlanta Constitution waste of space article coming soon.