Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Rise of the Dixiecans

Chief Justice John Roberts closes a gate and supposes it is no longer necessary and the immediate response on the part of several states is to furiously rush to demonstrate that the gate was actually needed. Now, the GOP will … Continue reading

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Just Because You’re Hot…

The last few days the temperature at the third floor noguts noglory studios has been over 90 degrees. No A/C. fans aren’t much help. So, why does Sassy park herself under one of the pedal steels and Kizzy lounge about … Continue reading

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Lost Another Cover

June 23rd turnout — best so far at Field #8, Forest Hills Park, Cleveland Heights, 9:45am, Sunday. See you there. Andre pre-game vocal warm up. Andre told me, “You never take a picture of him.”

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“we cannot deny an equal freedom. . .”

Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments James Madison [June 20, 1785] To the Honorable the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia – A Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments We the subscribers , citizens of the said Commonwealth, having … Continue reading

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Kamelmauz Does Another Experiment

I’m spending most of my creative time trying to keep many flowers in pots and a vegetable garden from keeling over. Still, I break away and do other creative experiments too, such as hooking an iPad and iPhone into the … Continue reading

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Acceptance Will Be Impossible

I’m less inclined to rant rave or riff on political matters because of the calming effect the confirmation bias supplies while I read Charles S. Pierce everyday at his second-to-none “commonsense tilted” current events blog at Esquire Magazine. He didn’t … Continue reading

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Flower Power

  Which one doesn’t belong?   Texture study taken from above and manipulated in Photoshop. I finally replaced my broken camera so I’m documenting the garden and the cats. The new Sony A37 DSLR takes much better photos than the … Continue reading

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Freeplay Turnout

The Crew for Sunday June 9 David Kolb is at the protective fence. Jedi Matt’s t-shirt reads: Savoring Every Memory Since 1847. With the bat on his shoulder softball deity Mark Jr. likely is pondering some demonstration of prowess or … Continue reading

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Visitors From a Far Away Farm

2013 S.Calhoun So many visual experiments were put on hold late last year that I am just now bringing many pieces across the finish line. If I like the result, I post the piece to my gallery/blog My Naive Art. … Continue reading

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