Boston Massacre II

One wonders who the heck will end up being blamed for the tragedy in Boston. Already Saudi Arabia flies around, but wait, since Iran is surrounded by US troops and has Israel’s air force to worry about, isn’t it possible Obama will blame Iran? Could he be so bold as to blame Noerth Korea? It … Continue reading

April 15, 2013, Five New Poems, Five Old, Copyright Doug Stuber

DES, PhD. Until you see it for yourself you won’t get how strong his dedication to improving English instruction is. Because his soft demeanor slides in to brains in subtle ways. You have to be around him long enough to realize how much better your classes will by absorbing what KOTESOL has offered. This says … Continue reading

April 11th 2013, Seven New Poems and Seven Old Ones, Copyright Doug Stuber

LHE The one who exudes such natural kindness first introduces her boyfriend, and then because I sit alone, buys chocolate-covered almonds at Angel-in us on Uchiro. We met twice by luck Inside a Two week stretch. She can’t help but help. “You are lucky,” I say to the man, also skinny, who went for the … Continue reading

April 11, 2013 rant about the Muslim Christian Divide and capitalism, By Doug Stuber, reacting to Peter Crawley

This is reality >>> >>> >>> On February 4th, 2013, Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, addressed the Duma, (Russian Parliament), and gave a speech about the tensions with minorities in Russia : >>> >>> “In Russia live Russians. Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia , to work and eat in … Continue reading

April 10, 2013, Four New Ones, Four Old ones (Hollins Era) Copyright Doug Stuber

KH Lottery winner, Dillard’s wife, purple scarf for Allan Chuse, you gave me the nudge needed to keep it going, never quit, go out with a bang, ponder life’s small and large questions while also harboring multifaceted lust angles dreamt right in class, satisfied at night with others or myself. Your prose poems proved the … Continue reading

Five new ones and Five Old Ones, April 8, 2013, Copyright Doug Stuber

KS She owed to every artist who ever showed at Sizl, but it was a joy to support her attempts to survive in a world only partly in tune with the work she did to raise her son, all on the chance that some homeowner would decorate with the art she picked, or made herself. … Continue reading

sustainable design criteria

I like this article for the stats that it gives and for giving some standardization to the unfettered consumerism of agribusiness and big business food and beverage companies. I especially liked there criteria: Companies were rated on a scale of 0 to 10 based on their nutrition-related commitments, performance and disclosure across seven different categories: … Continue reading

One New One, One old one, April 8, 2013. A poem a day in Apirl, Copyright Doug Stuber

CeeB By Dooty Burber He plays drums, skates on the pond at the side of the house, cooks on a giant grill with fieldstone chimney, and eats unusual items like home-made donuts and shares all games from blind man’s bluff to pick-up sticks. One day out on the sail boat maybe even too too large … Continue reading

Bright Future: The Forest from the Gadgets

“We’re not terribly well positioned right now to think about what this future will look like. Part of the challenge is that, culturally, we’re much more accustomed to celebrating new gadgets than thinking about how old technology decays.” A great read. When Will Cars Go Extinct? While I am chafed that taxi fares have increased … Continue reading

Frank Zappa reads Naked Lunch

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