Monthly Archives: November 2011

No Reason to Stop

Standing on the corner of College Avenue and Dryden Friday night at 1:30ish, watching undergraduates stagger around aimlessly and shout at/to each other, I turned to my friend saying, “I’m gonna call it a night, even though, frankly, there’s really … Continue reading

Posted in Thinking Out Loud | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments

Fishing for Jim

I never call into On Point, but when I heard Greil Marcus on there talking about The Doors, I did. Unfortunately, no matter how many times I dialed, I always got a busy signal. Fortunately, there’s this thing called the … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , , | 12 Comments

Three Worlds

We live in three worlds. The first world is the world of our direct experience. I consider this the “really real” world; it’s literally where we live. That being said, I consider our dreams an integral part of this world. … Continue reading

Posted in Enlightenment | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Three Worlds

“Flowers” on MOG

I am listening to Flowers by the Rolling Stones on MOG. I have never owned this album and, although I have yet to hear a song I haven’t heard before (I’m on “Let’s Spend the Night Together“), I feel like … Continue reading

Posted in Emerging Media, Music | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments