Monthly Archives: September 2014


is this the real life i know it’s not fantasy unless my twisted mind fantasizes all the time about a fucked up world that leaves me crying all the time on the inside but out of my mind is this … Continue reading

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Hub fans bid Jeter adieu

There are far more people in America right now who could tell you that Derek Jeter just played his last major league baseball game, an away game at Fenway Park against longtime ‘rival’ Boston, than could even try to guess … Continue reading

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Olive fields of broken dreams

on our way to be sprayed with american made tear gas in the holy land ain’t it grand? I will stand from now on on the side of the oppressed no more ‘dress right, dress’. but it’s best if we … Continue reading

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September 27th 2014, 1:43 am

poem: 10 reasons 1.) um… 2.) well… 3.) uh… 4.) things might get better… 5.) my family would miss me 6.) I would love to explore Europe 7.) I want to get a dog, that would be nice 8.) Like … Continue reading

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A Whole Awful Lot

Hundreds of thousands of people in the street, Indian summer heat of late September Manhattan And thousands of other cities around the globe One hundred and fifty six countries involved People that care a whole awful lot like the Lorax … Continue reading

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September is Suicide Prevention Month. According to the government, 22 veterans commit suicide every day. It’s probably a lot higher. Twenty-two is just a number, a statistic but there are names and faces devastated families, friends and communities They say … Continue reading

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on August 18th, there was a yellow bucket on a beach on Oahu’s North Shore. We picked it up, filled it with trash, and half-jokingly made a video which we posted to facebook the following day. An environmental activist and … Continue reading

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Hero. Just found out another brother couldn’t take it anymore. May you finally find peace, brother. RIP Jacob George Here is Jacob and his banjo… “Soldier’s Heart” here were his thoughts on the 10th anniversary of 9/11  

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After Harvest

After Harvest.   as we prepare once again for fall in new england…

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Belly Dancing on the Dashboard

My Ode to Palestine and Hawaii   Belly Dancing on the Dashboard.

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