Welcome…

… but be forewarned. You’ve stumbled onto my patch of cyber “real” estate. If odd drawings of semi-naked, not-so-polite people will offend you, limit your views to the “Published Work” pages. Don’t go to… Continue reading

WESTWORLD MEETS WALL STREET AT THE NOT OK CORRAL

First: You say you want the country run like a business? Do you mean like the one that laid you off, poisoned a town or raises prices ten-fold simply for greed or just… Continue reading

GHOSTS OF CHRISTMASES NEVER

Sad, (ironic, too) is that what we share most is our isolation. It’s that time of year again. On screens everywhere are secular creches overflowing with simulations of love and respect. It’s the… Continue reading

IT’S THEIR (HIS) NATURE

There was a frog sitting on the edge of a pond. He was worried, that the paradise where he and his kind thrive is going away. Along comes a scorpion who says he… Continue reading

BLOWN PLANET

Have you ever, on your big screen HD TV, in the comfort of your own home, watched one of those life-in-the-ocean documentaries? If so, you didn’t have to wait long before you saw… Continue reading

NOSTALGISTS NAKED IN NOD

There was once a guy who said any system, sufficiently complicated, could be either complete or consistent but not both. The original quote is in Math, which I don’t understand, so what I… Continue reading

INSUFFICIENT COMPENSATION

From opposite sides Fear and desire build a wall Separating me Another haiga (picture + poem) and so quickly after the last. Sorry. They with their form as important as content construction seem… Continue reading

THIS LOOKS LIKE A JOB FOR…

“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? [Who will watch the watchers?]” –Juvenal, Roman satirist c.100 AD Truth, justice OR the American way, you can’t have both ways these days. Clark, Lois and Jimmy cost too… Continue reading

SMALL CRAFT WARNING

This began as a run-on sentence begging to be a poem. Usually I resist such pleadings as I don’t know good from bad, poetry-wise, but it won me over, sorry. Of course, it… Continue reading

UNNATURAL SELECTION

You know, of course, that if you read or hear a corporate statement, advertisement or a sworn testimony expressing a goal other than that of making money for stakeholders it is false, don’t… Continue reading

REASONS AND NEEDS

The process of art seems to require a societal (external) affirmation as well as an individual (internal) drive to make doing it worth the effort. The would-be artist therefore has both rational reasons… Continue reading