Today was busy, and devoid of nature, and I ate several random, stupid things, and now as I sit at the end of it with my healthy, well-balanced dinner, I have a cautionary tale for you. Allopathic doctors do not have your best interests in mind. They are a product of the pharmaceutical industry and … Continue reading Tea tree oil to treat infection in impacted wisdom teeth until a dentist can be seen- a fable
In Anchorage, it’s really spring. All the snow is gone, and the air smells like dirt. And the sea, too, although I cannot see it, beyond these dead potted plants and ratty driveway, ground down by winter’s ice-age of weather. I can smell the sea, though, and hear the seagulls. I know it’s close to … Continue reading Anchorage
Today we ate a late lunch of re-heated pinto beans and set out, sleds in tow, to move spruce rounds from the edge of the oil road. There are two sleds, both black plastic, one large, one smaller. One holds five spruce rounds, stacked in a pyramid, tilting and tipping on the packed-snow inclines of … Continue reading woodsponies
Braggs is made with hydrochloric acid and baking soda, Raw Foodism is for the wealthy, panicked classes, and I need glasses
.Last week I decided to be Raw. Maybe because I’ve been sick off and on for the past four months, whereas before I got sick maybe once every two years- maybe because I always find ways to sneak sugar into my diet and Raw Foodism is a diet of such restriction that I wouldn’t even … Continue reading Braggs is made with hydrochloric acid and baking soda, Raw Foodism is for the wealthy, panicked classes, and I need glasses
Exhibit A: The Oil of the Fish.Earlier this month, Sam and I were sitting in the Hobo Jungle in Cincinnati, waiting for the train. Life was idle time, hours stitched together, an endless quilt. The best kind of quilt, I thought, laying back on the leafy forest floor, watching the sun move through the empty … Continue reading Fish Oil
The Gut-Bone’s Connected to the Mood-Bone
I haven’t seen Jade in a long time. He’s cut all his hair off. It’s short now and parted severely, flattened with beeswax and curled a bit on his forehead. It looks amazing, like a femme-y 1920s gay man on a date. I immediately want the same hair. As the day wears on, I just … Continue reading The Gut-Bone’s Connected to the Mood-Bone
Friends, strangers, the curious-as the little counter at the bottom of this page spins faster and faster, I wonder-why no comments?Am I posting too much, too fast? Not enough time to mull it over? If you saw me today and said, a little sheepishly, "Hey, I read your blog!" then you are now required to … Continue reading No Comment?
WiFi Is Bad For You
No, Seriously. Ever since reading this article in the March issue of The Ecologist, I can't stop thinking about electromagnetic radiation and how it effects us. It's a terrifying and fascinating subject to ponder, because not only is this technology very new and fairly un-regulated, but it's becoming so widespread that it's almost impossible to … Continue reading WiFi Is Bad For You
OBAMA WHY?! DEAR GOD NO!!
Obama said today that we should open more of the "oil reserves" in Alaska, as a way to reduce dependence on foreign oil!They want to do more drilling on the north slope, which is the most pristine part of one of the most pristine places on earth, and also the place where about a zillion … Continue reading OBAMA WHY?! DEAR GOD NO!!
---------To the tune of “come sail away”, by Styx.I’m smashing computers. Smashing laptops, with an iron crowbar. Or a baseball bat. I’m running through a building filled with laptops, smashing in their faces with my big blunt thing, pure raw energy coming out of my body, bored muscles finally awakening from the longest sleep this … Continue reading Fantasy