…twice a week…

“Few people think more than two or three times a year. I have made an international reputation for myself by thinking once or twice a week.”

– George Bernard Shaw

We are.

We are the music makers…and we are the dreamers of dreams.”

—Willy Wonka


Richard P. Feynman

“I wonder why. I wonder why.
I wonder why I wonder.
I wonder why I wonder why
I wonder why I wonder!”

—Richard P. Feynman
American author and journalist

Do you wonder why?

Power Point

If absolute power
corrupts absolutely,
and god is all-powerful,
then god must be
absolutely corrupt.

*“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

—Lord Acton
British historian

Chuck Palahniuk on his method of writing:

“Instead of writing 50,000 words a day—you know, instead of sitting on the toilet saying I’m going to pass something whether or not I’ve got something to pass….*

My job is so much more of a kind of social field study, to try to find patterns in the ways in which people live their lives, and to take the best examples of those patterns, and quilt them together and make something.

So that’s my method.”

—Chuck Palahniuk
author of Fight Club, et al

rm *.Taylor.Swift from all playlists

So, Taylor Swift is using social media to extort Apple Music. Her issue is that Apple Music was going to offer her music (as well as other artists) for free for three months, in order to entice listeners to try the service.

Now, I would be compassionate if Taylor Swift was a starving artist. If she couldn’t eat for three months due to this. This clearly isn’t the case. From all appearances, Taylor is under zero financial duress. And the music in question is not unreleased tracks—this is existing work for which she has already earned a lot of money.

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Bob Proctor’s three steps for visualization

Bob Proctor has posted three steps for visualization:

1. Your conscious mind chooses thoughts and turns them into pictures.
2. Your conscious mind then turns the pictures over to the subconscious mind.
3. Your subconscious mind, which can’t distinguish between real and imaginary, expresses the actions and results that align perfectly with the picture you provided.

Bob makes an allegory, comparing the subconscious to a computer. Program your subconscious with pictures that you think of, and your subconscious takes that input and it calculates the most direct route for you to attain your desire.

Worth trying out, no? Let me know how it goes!

You can read his full article here.


I was asked by a random acquaintance on Facebook: do you believe in God?

My answer:

I have yet to meet a god, so no. I believe that I have an open mind, so if I can have *irrefutable, reproducible and verifiable* proof of a god, then I will adjust my beliefs.

If a god exists, why would he/she/it hide? Until I have proof, the idea of a god existing is as believable as Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny being real.

If there is a god, how do you explain *different* religions, *holy* crusades that brutally **murder** innocents, inquisitions that *torture,* witch hunts that *burn* women to **death**—all of this in the name of a loving god?

If I was to meet a god, there would have to be a **lot** of explanations before I, or any rational person, would start to forgive such atrocities.


“Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”

—Carl Edward Sagan
American Astrophysicist