Archive for January 28th, 2015

EXTREMIST RAINBOW

extremist rainbow threat
how shall we prepare?
money from Homeland Security
to coordinate land, sea and air

the rainbow threat is real
see that river over there?
there are rainbows in the water
so now we must prepare

by building infrastructure
with bonds and pretty words
be weary, extremist rainbow
of what you think you heard

the state of the state is great
the poor still have tv
except state-sanctioned color
is all they’ll ever see

—William Skink

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Cha Cha Cha Changes

by lizard

I’ve gone through some big changes the last few months, both professionally and personally, which makes now an ideal time to also change my approach to blogging. My first post on September 8th, 2010, was titled Poetry and Politics. In the last year I’ve essentially abandoned poetry and delved obsessively into geopolitics with a sprinkling of commentary on local issues. For now I think I’m done with that, especially the local stuff. Instead I’m going to refocus on poetry, which will probably mean less frequent posts.

I’ve appreciated seeing more posts from JC, and I hope he has the time and inclination to keep readers appraised of the nefarious developments of America’s goal of full spectrum dominance across the globe.

Pete Talbot has popped up as a contributor at Intelligent Discontent, writing a defense of the state of the fourth estate for his first ID post, a post that concludes with this:

I’ve been critical of my local paper and the print media in general, Lord knows. In the future, I’ll try not to pile on the reporters and editors. Being a journalist is a job and in a tight market, when you have a family to feed, one isn’t about to buck the system. They are doing their best to practice their craft under very trying conditions.

Freed from association with the pariah blog, I’m sure Pete will continue to illuminate ID readers about why people with jobs in a tight market are unwilling to buck the system that pays them.

I understand quite well why people must make compromises. For example, trying to work a system toward reform IRL while also trying to buck it online is like traversing a minefield sometimes.

So I’m going to write some poems. Stay tuned…




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