Monthly Archives: July 2014

It’s A George Town Throw Down, Y’all!

hough the GTF doesn’t officially get underway ’til Friday, the city is already exploding with activity. Almost literally so, in fact: the Muslims have for several days been lighting off fireworks ’round-the-clock in advance of the end of Ramadan (I … Continue reading

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Bao Sheng II: No Borders, No Fences, No Walls

“It is no great accomplishment to hear a voice in the head. The accomplishment is to make sure it is telling the truth.”  — Terence McKenna I am whimsically intrigued by McKenna’s notion that Mushrooms may be interstellar beings who … Continue reading

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The Inconsistency Of Modern Astronomy And Its Opposition to The Scriptures!!

Youth wants to know! Does anything in this woebegotten world we inhabit even come close to expressing the preternatural joy to be experienced at the sight of black-and-white photography? If so, please advise, ‘cause I wanna check that shit out. Meantime, assuming … Continue reading

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What Just Happened

When I was back trekking in Nepal, I ate dinner one of the nights with an interesting party of three Americans and a Nepali. One of them – a nineteen-year-old Minnesotan who’d saved up enough money to take a year … Continue reading

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Penangnam Style

Contest! Who can show me a more stone-cold awesome print ad than this, I will send you a figurine. I honestly don’t think it can be done; but shall endeavour to judge submissions with an open mind. Good luck! Other … Continue reading

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