Monthly Archives: January 2017

Trump In Bed

President-elect Trump had a tough week. The news media were invited to his first press interview in six months. He spoke to them from Trump Tower. He deflected questions about his tax returns and divestiture of his global fortune, as the MSM sought answers about Trump’s worrying connection to Russia. His combative attacks on CNN […]

Da End O Da Woild

Flowers are beautiful. Art is meaningless. Some people seek love. Others expect the end. Tesla sought perfection. Edison gave them a lightbulb. Lightbulbs suck. I like bones.

“Grounding Vision: Wacław Szpakowski” and “Cuban Socialist Posters from the 1970s”

Exhibition: Grounding Vision: Wacław Szpakowski with works by Guy de Cointet, Hanne Darboven, Trisha Donnelly, Sam Lewitt, Hilary Lloyd, Florian Pumhösl, and R. H. Quaytman curated by Masha Chlenova and Anya Komar Dates: January 13 – February 19, 2017 Opening reception: Wednesday, January 18, 6 – 8PM Location: 88 Eldridge Street Opening reception Wednesday, January […]

Big Weather on Agiocochook

This week California was pounded by a winter storm generated from distant ocean currents off the coast of Hawaii. Rain fell in torrents and ten feet of snow capped the High Sierras. At one point a meteorological observatory recorded Force 5 hurricane winds over 160 MPH. Treacherous weather to be sure, however on April 12, […]

Bangkok Card Scam

“There’s a sucker born every minute.” PT Barnum – circus flimflammer. One reason for the current economic debacle is the natural propensity of people wanting something for nothing i.e. greed. The middle-class of America were dissatisfied with their lot in life and sought to live like millionaires on credit and leveraged mortgages. Most got their […]