Gems from the Equinox.

Today is the equinox-one of the balance points of the year. I should do something for it-need to figure out what that is. Same for the solstices.
Been slacking on frequent postings. Not that it matters, I don’t think anyone’s following me. I have lots for twitter, where I post from the electronic poet every work day. As an overview, nothing earthshaking going on-some work pluses, like extra $$$, E is in a bad place, the kids are much the same. Not doing anything with anything, but I bought a music thing that might change this. I’m taking a break from Steiner, but my brain keeps chugging along, even if I’m not doing the exercises. Once E gets back on an even keel, I want to do a spring clean.
Another day-on time. A big thing, no resolution. Home, cook dinner, S to bed, TV until bed. Sleep, more of the same. Yeah, whatever. And now SQL tuning. Whoopee, no $, no gas, no gamelan. The usual, again. And again. 2 meetings, and destruction of bank balance. $500 over what we had. I now have no money for any extras.
And of course, several days have elapsed. Memorial service, different church, new to me clothes. Payday, extra, bonus today, and it’s still a struggle. Watched C’s 8th grade play-he played Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona. He did very well.
Another day, Weds., E is struggling. And now Thurs. And now Fri. And now Mon. Shopped Sat-picked up my amp, bought some shoes and stuff. E had a diverticulitis attack early Sun AM, so we went to the ER at 6 and came home about 2. So, so tired, even now. Train mess downtown. Easy home, tired, dinner, S to bed, house is pretty clean. Trying to maintain, S to bed, E to bed early. C is getting new glasses. Venezuela is falling apart. Work, school meeting, shopping, dinner, bed. Up again, a guy barfed on the bus. Busy, meeting, home, C is struggling with creative writing. Archer. Easy in, made the early bus, S got up early. My QY came, but no one was home. M is on spring break. And so it goes.


Here’s How the World as We Know It Will Probably End, Christian fundamentalists are driving our country into the Dark AgesHigher Education and the Promise of Insurgent Public MemoryAmerican democracy is doomedWhat Trickle-Down Economics Has Done to the USWe Need to Relearn That We’re a Part of NatureHow Globalization Is Making Human Life MiserableThe Intellectual as Servant of the StateDomestic Military Expansion Spreads Through the US, Ignites DissentWhy Obama’s attack on privacy is so historicAlarm Bells Toll For Human CivilizationA Sea of People Fighting for Water in Sao PauloThe Myth Destroying AmericaLiberation and Enslavement in the Same ToolWelcome To the New Corporate FeudalismHand-Wringing Over BacteriaWhere You Live Says A Lot More About You Than You’d ThinkWe Have a Bunch of Debauched Intellectuals Managing the American EmpireRationalizing LunacyHow Big Corporations Are Systematically Screwing Us OverWhy Aren’t Americans Feeling the U.S. Economy’s Improvements?How to Die of DumbLibertarians Are Clueless About the ‘Free Market’ That They WorshipHas America Become a PTSD Nation?The Whoredom of the LeftWatch the 4 Minute Video that Breaks Down How Reagan Destroyed AmericaOur Plunder of Nature Will End Up Killing Capitalism and Our Obscene Lifestyles3 Biggest Myths Blinding Us to Economic TruthIs This Country [the U.S.] Crazy?The Cost of Paying AttentionHow Low Will They Go?The terrible loneliness of growing up poor in Robert Putnam’s America8 Reasons Young Americans Don’t Fight Back, Why Ayn Rand’s Economic Disciples Are Dead Wrong About the DollarThe Most Brazen Rip-Off Ever? 3 Ways Humans Create PovertyBig Business And Christianity9 Industries That Scare You Into Buying Things You Don’t NeedThe Erasure of US History Starts in TexasThe ‘Long Peace’ Is Not Upon UsA Blueprint for Ending WarYour Lack Of Insight And Compassion Make You UglyAmericans are enslaved by the economic system of a dependent wealthy, America’s Eternal and Insane Meltdowns Over MusicThe One Comic That Explains Just How Screwed America IsWhy Americans Are Screwed and Europeans Are NotBecause I’m a Conservative4 Numbers That Prove America Is a Deeply Messed-Up PlaceThe 3 Biggest Myths Blinding Us to the Economic TruthIn Our Horrifying Future, Very Few People Will Have Work or Make MoneyHigher Education and the Politics of DisruptionIgnorant AmericaEuropean Allies Are Declaring Their Independence from Irresponsible U.S.Religion, Racism & the Consequences of Republican PolicyWe Need a New Economic Model Because the Current Model Is Falling ApartHow Americans Are Brainwashed to Fear Exactly the Wrong ThingsThe New American OrderThe Increasing Concentration of Capital Precludes DemocracyThe Return to MedievalismDrugs, Kiddie P*rn, Murder For Hire, And The Death Of The ‘Free Market’ FantasyCan American Democracy Survive Against Rising Political Corruption and Privatization?


Listening to:

Gordon Hempton, Veruca Salt, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Genesis, The Upsetter, Frank Zappa, Bauhaus, Rage Against The Machine, Todd Rundgren, Fred Frith, Adam And The Ants, Afrika Bambaataa, STSI Denpasar, Al Gromer Khan, Harold Budd & Brian Eno, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Jefferson Starship, Turkish Music, Pink Floyd, Steve Roach, Bhagavad Gita, attack attack attack, Jeff Beck, Peter Gabriel, Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, Daniel Lanois, Jethro Tull, Art Of Noise, Peter Gabriel, Toots & The Maytals, Philip Glass, Mickey Hart, Material, Deftones, Philip Glass, Prokofiev, Black Sabbath, Philip Glass, cameleo manic beat, Ravi Shankar, Allan Holdsworth, The Clash, attack attack attack, Bill Bruford, Gentle Giant, Cedric Peyronnet , Thomas Dolby, Michael Stearns, Jeff Beck, Melvins, Blitzen Trapper, Gaden Shartse Monastery, insanic4, Blue Tribe, Hooverphonic, The Residents, mloski, Brian Parnham (with Steve Roach), steve roach, Harold Budd & Brian Eno, Veruca Salt, Amorphous Androgynous, R. Carlos Nakai, Akashic Crow’s Nest, Led Zeppelin, David Canright, Genesis, Todd Rundgren, Frank Zappa, Gabrielle Roth and The Mirrors, Peter Gabriel, Harold Budd, Brian Eno, Aerosmith, The Clash, Constance Demby, Beck, Shubert, Dead Can Dance, Brand X, Arcticology, Björk, Darshan Ambient, Robert Fripp, Steve Roach, E. Cook, Constance Demby, 311, Brian Eno – David Byrne, u2, attack attack attack, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Alex Young, Tibetan Book of the Dead, Robert Fripp, C. Reider, Harold Budd & Brian Eno, Tchaikovsky, Philip Glass, Phillip Wilkerson, Brian Eno – David Byrne, Rage Against The Machine, Rush, Charles Mingus, tilia & miuk, Robert Fripp and Brian Eno, Art Of Noise, Steve Roach, Dead Can Dance, Ludwig van Beethoven, Jethro Tull, Rush, Anugama, Joy Division, Berlin, Aphex Twin, Brian Eno, Bob Marley, Steve Roach, R. Carlos Nakai, Touch 33, Mark Knopfler, 311, Andy Summers & Robert Fripp, David Sylvian, Steely Dan, Sivan Silver, Gil Bargung, Babe The Blue Ox, Gentle GIant, Allan Holdsworth, Collection, Bleep, Bitplasma Division, Charlie Haden/Pat Metheny, Skinny Puppy, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Rush, Fiona Apple, Prokofiev, Eno, Brian & David Byrne, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, mystified, David Sylvian, Sugarloaf, John Coltrane, Vidna Obmana, Juluka, Dimitris, The Smashing Pumpkins, Pat Benatar, Brendan Kinsella, Primus, Anugama, Tibetan Book of the Dead, Aerosmith, art bears , Steve Roach, Jeffrey Fayman & Robert Fripp, Hawkwind, Thomas Dolby, The Flaming Lips, Afrika Bambaataa, Anne Clark, He Said Omala, Karawitan, R Carlos Nakai, Samuel Barber, Audioslave, Filter, Rush, Jefferson Starship, Lile De La Mora, Steve Roach & Vidna Obmana, return to forever, David Salvage, Brannan Lane, Harry Partch, Marilyn Manson, Lezrod, Lee Perry and “The Upsetters”, Alastair Galbraith, Brian Eno – David Byrne, Jerry Sroka, Billy Thorpe, Touch 33, Mannfred Mann’s Earth Band, Pink Floyd, Andy Summers & Robert Fripp, Tao Te Ching


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