The Times They Are A-Changin…Again. Can You See It?

Hello y’all!

I hate to be a commoner but I am going to allude to the RW (royal wedding) today.

Yes, I’m a bit sick of it too, however, it was a momentous occasion for so many social issues and I feel that those are very important to my upcoming work.

Absolutely no relevance . . . → Read More: The Times They Are A-Changin…Again. Can You See It?

Have You Been to a Death Cafe? ☠️

Death Cafe

So, last night I went with a friend to something called a Death Cafe. It was her birthday and she requested I go with her for her birthday (does she know me or what and how cool is that?).

It sounded interesting and I was intrigued. I suppose coming from the artist’s . . . → Read More: Have You Been to a Death Cafe? ☠️

Should We Separate Great Art from Transgressors in the #MeToo & Other Movements?

Well, this is a toughie.

I imagine it will also be a controversial subject for some.

Pablo Picasso

Upfront, I will say that I think that these two things need to be separated. Example – should we never watch the film, The Usual Suspects again just because Kevin Spacey is in it and he . . . → Read More: Should We Separate Great Art from Transgressors in the #MeToo & Other Movements?

Are You Familiar with Monkey Mind? 🐵

“The definition of success is the ability to go from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”

Now this is a very interesting quote. I don’t think that the person who said it (not sure who that is by the way) means total failure,

Me inside the Cosmic Closet at the Studio 57 show . . . → Read More: Are You Familiar with Monkey Mind? 🐵

Were You Bullied As A Kid…Or Now?

Were you bullied as a kid?

I kind of see people as either the bullies or the bullied but that’s a bit too simplified, isn’t it? If we’re all truly honest with ourselves, we can probably conjure up images of times when we’ve been bullied and times when we’ve been even slightly, yet purposefully, intimidating . . . → Read More: Were You Bullied As A Kid…Or Now?

When Was the Last Time You Experienced Betrayal?

In the past few weeks I’ve experienced what I can only identify as a betrayal. It’s made me sick, it’s made me feel lonely and it’s thrown off my self-esteem and equilibrium. You know the feeling.

I hesitate to use the word betrayal because it sounds so over dramatic to me, but the more I . . . → Read More: When Was the Last Time You Experienced Betrayal?

Are the Number of Crazy People in Public Increasing?

This has been a big week, with the Android version of All The Pardons app being approved last Thursday! It’s so exciting!

All The Pardons App

The iOS version is coming and it’s so interesting at how much more particular Apple is about approving new apps than Google. They keep asking question after question, . . . → Read More: Are the Number of Crazy People in Public Increasing?

Are You Sad At the State of the World These Days?

I’m sure I’m not alone these days…I mean in my thinking.

Monsanto is getting away with uber poisons that could potentially kill off all of the independant farmers along with their non-GMO crops, all in the name of greed (click here if you feel the need to act on this).

Architectural Rendering of Pat . . . → Read More: Are You Sad At the State of the World These Days?

Blade Runner 2049…Dystopia Preventable with All The Pardons app?

Ok, I know this is bordering on a trend (film tie in to topic) but, really, I’m just going with the flow.

Last weekend I saw the new Blade Runner 2049. Though it is very depressing in so many ways, it’s a fabulous movie and really relates back to my themes in a myriad of . . . → Read More: Blade Runner 2049…Dystopia Preventable with All The Pardons app?

From a Marshall to an App?

This week I saw a sneak preview of Marshall, a film about the famous supreme court justice, Thurgood Marshall. Up front, I

Marshall, the movie

highly recommend it (I haven’t done a movie review in a while, have I?), but more than that, it’s a very important film. This is true not just because . . . → Read More: From a Marshall to an App?