Monthly Archives: September 2007

The Scale of Giving In The World

It looks like Double Soy Latte may need Clintonian support for the One Laptop Per Child project if they are going to ship one billion as they claim. Bill’s new book (not to mention Hillary’s campaign exposure and opportunities) could possibly do something for this helpful world gesture and seed. There are thousands of concerned […]

The First Season of The Twilight Zone Stories During A Weird Time

First Season 1959-1960 Where Is Everybody? Writer: Rod Serling Director: Robert Stevens Greeted by empty streets, a man searches a small town to find that he is completely and inexplicably alone. The series pilot. What really happened: it’s a ghost town but he is profoundly unpsychic. There are people like this all over the place. […]

…And Flying If I Ever Get Free

Imagine a single penny in a plexiglass vacuum chamber which moves to different locations so quickly it renders like the phospor dot targets on the face of a television tube. Back in the seventies this seemed pretty exciting, but it hadn’t been thought of. The dream police have been following time bandits with sandmen. It […]