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my little circadian chimera

Narcolepsy dysanea paralysis would Sisyphus and his halfsmiling face agree that man is born free and is everywhere chained, or born, free bouldered heavy pressured to be Camus, by the way, a heartbreaking babe with a weight in his words, … Continue reading

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The problem with happiness

Last night the CBC aired an Ideas program called Say No To Happiness. I found it a good one for further understanding the problem with the pressure to be happy. In it, Ideas producer Frank Faulk interviews the following people (whom … Continue reading

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A period of a specified kind of weather.

Preface. This is a preface to the following list of partial response-thoughts to the constant asking with which pieces of life keep harassing me today, the long day that promises to never end no matter how many times I repeat … Continue reading

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Ginger Nut Sauce

Absurdities and complaints bring me here today. These are cures for yearning, I think, due to the discomfort and sometimes stasis such fragile feelings leave me in. Chronic pain in the mind, bandaided by cleverities and snark. Cleveritis? Ow, my … Continue reading

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utopian urges

I’m lost in surfing this morning, following links and threads on utopia around the web. I entered through the techno-utopia image (pictured in the video below), which started out as a sort of sci-fi/fantasy tour, but has led to fascinating … Continue reading

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