Monthly Archives: March 2021

Good Time Blues for Bad Time Days

“The only proof he needed for the existence of God was music.” —Kurt Vonnegut Here’s the Illness… During these times when things seem to go from bad to worse and then worse again, music is one of the few things … Continue reading

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Cracks Widen in the Fake Consensus

The cracks in the coronavirus ‘consensus’ are widening. On Saturday, March 20, as part of a coordinated Worldwide Rally for Freedom, thousands of people across Europe, North America, Australia and Israel took to the streets to protest masks and lockdowns—probably … Continue reading

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Notes from Nowhere: Erewhon’s Prophetic Foresight

Review of Erewhon by Samuel Butler “Reason uncorrected by instinct is as bad as instinct uncorrected by reason.”[1] —Samuel Butler As a work of social satire, Erewhon[2] is sheer genius, packed with perceptive, often hilarious insights into human nature. As … Continue reading

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