Posts tagged diet

Dad the Writer 2

Dad the Writer 2

July 22, 2015 In continuing last week’s “Dad the Writer,” I need to point out that keeping mentally active is not the only thing needed in order to be an artist and a parent. Yes, you need to keep sharp, but your body can suffer if you neglect it. While many of us would be […]

“Genius” is Hard Work

You COULD depend on dumb luck and talent... but that's dumb.

Raw talent only goes so far. For the rest of us, there’s another solution.

Glad Paula Dean Has Diabetes? GOOD!

That glow? It's pure evil. And diabetes. Mostly evil, though. Diabetes doesn't glow like that. You need a black light to see diabetes.

January 20, 2012 You know what? I’m going to say it. I’m glad Paula Dean has diabetes. I don’t mean that in the personal sense. Diabetes isn’t something fun to have. It affects your life and your choices and makes you plan activities based on sugar. It can be managed and you can lead a […]

The Ethics of Bacon

The Ethics of Bacon

July 15, 2011 I had a recent argument with Dark Archivist. Let it be known that I respect her and her points of view. She introduced me to Poe (the singer, not the author). We have a mutual hatred for L Ron Hubbard. I think her blog is a great read and she even (successfully) […]

Synthetic Pop and the Death of the Ar...

Synthetic Pop and the Death of the Artist

June 27, 2011 Well, I called it. We now have fully synthetic pop stars, and not just virtual copies of anime or video game characters. I’m talking full-blown people. Japan actually had a completely virtual pop star for about a month until her digital identity was revealed this week. Eguchi Aimi was the latest member […]

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