Tuesday, December 10, 2013

About the Author

About the Author

Television: Revolution, The Blacklist, The Goldbergs, I grew up watching Frasier, Dragon Ball Z, The Practice


Fiction: anything by Dostoyevsky, Candide, Inherit the Wind

Non-Fiction: I don't really have a non-fiction author I have read extensively but these are a few books I've enjoyed:

Charismatic Chaos by John MacArthur

Illiberal Education by Dinesh D'Souza

On Liberty by John Stuart Mill

The Bell Curve by Murray and Herrnstein

Intellectual Morons by Daniel Flynn

David Horowitz I agree with on the state of civil rights, organized oppression against whites, and the progressive-totalitarian state of college campuses but I don't care to read it much because my identity with the oppressed, which is the frustration at injustice is balanced with not being able to do anything about it. And I'm already well aware of what's happening and has been happening so extreme frustration + being powerless to stop it = I choose not to read it and be made negative over it.


Playing music, guitarist of 10 years

Contrarianism, which is simply a willingness to examine all sides of an issue and if facts point you that way, to adopt highly controversial positions on things that gravely jeopardize you being tolerated in society in institutional settings such as the churches.

I enjoy trivial facts/knowledge and am a fairly good player at www.funtrivia.com.

I used to be pretty obsessive about news but it seemed over the last couple years society has deteriorated to a condition we couldn't contemplate even five years ago, that is, terrible events started happening more often and even worse things happened and I got burned out and stopped following the news mostly.

At this point, I'm enjoying reading the classical canon: Macchiavelli, Kant, Epictetus, Plato, Aquinas. The Principia Discordia says all is flux or all is in flux and I also add it is pointless, meaningless, nothing. Read or don't read, but I suggest you read. But when that great and terrible once in a century flu or some such pandemic comes along, Epictetus or no Epictetus you will still die terribly. Epictetus doesn't make you crunch numbers, bang your wife, or flip burgers at your crappy minimum wage job any better but at least it is better than huffing paint thinner or glue. I think Ecclesiastes is profane and an abomination, an altar to nihilism and I personally eliminate the book from canon but it is not wrong on the substance of worthlessness and meaninglessness but only in degree AND that it fails to synthesize the two with the idea of a compassionate and personal God who can inspire those who are struggling with not having a voice, being misjudged, or find it hard to produce anything of merit, or the person who is in no way short of experiences but also never found anything that offered them more than a temporary high, a temporary relief from the emptiness they feel in their hearts. These people are the cogs in the wheel: wake up, clock in, clock out, turn in. They repeat these many routines daily and without any meaning it sometimes can seem all as one complex machine where you are merely a component. God, through Jesus Christ, answers that. I can wrap it all up by writing Horowitz, Eccesiastes, and the news provide all kinds of depressing facts on daily life but they don't offer any answers. The Bible for me answers most questions really well. The questions it doesn't answer well doesn't not because it offers a poor answer but that those are questions it does not answer at all, but leaves room for contemplation. So finally, the Bible, love it or hate it, absolutely offers insights into every aspect of life and people of all walks of life can appreciate its advice.


"I think, therefore I drink."

"I don't care to be apart of an organization that accepts people like me as members."

"Either that wallpaper goes or I do."

"The English country gents galloping after a fox: the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable."

"Thomas Jefferson lives!"

"Three generations of imbeciles is enough!"

"I don't want to achieve immortality by my work. I want to achieve it by not dying."






  2. I had nothing to say in February of last year because at that time Don the Con, the snake had not yet became the champion of the repubs. Randall, you have concluded that Saul of Tarsus was a blatant liar, but you have failed to acknowledge that Donald is also a big liar!