Before Bob the Bunny re-cocoons himself in the backyard. He broke Hibernation for a smoke a few beers, and some Chinese food. Anyway he wants everybody to know that, "...Everything is under control",...so keep calm, and never eat anything that can smile.
Them deranged blood thirsty maniacs bastards 'never' smile, and they eat Bunnies." "...and damned near everybody else too"
(Wolf,...notice profound lack of smile or even vague sense of humor.)
"Always open Season on them guys" sez Bob. Stay Tuned.
(Bob below Correspondent for Pacifica Radio in Afghanistan 2004.)
I made this piece to show to my shrink. Turns out it
isn't what's there in it...but what's not. I had intended to make a dark
grim work as a way of telling my Doc the about the Hell I'm trapped in.
I figured it would be easier with pictures...I'm tired of words...same old sob story all that.
Well it came out entirely different than I had intended.
Though that's the last thing I feel now. The only part that survives of
my original intent is the Black Bird which I meant to be me. I was
supposed to be flying in grey skies over an apocalyptic landscape.
...came out different.
I think my inner self yearns for Hope, and Beauty, and it moved my fingers to say so. ...well wadda ya know.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal records show that this winter and the first two months of 2015 were the hottest on record globally, with a chilly U.S. East sticking out like a cold thumb in a toastier world.
At nearly 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit above 20th century average, last month was the second warmest February on record globally, slightly behind 1998.
But the combined January and February temperature beat the old record for the first two months set in 2002. December through February broke the meteorological winter record set in 2007.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration records go back to 1880.
Parts of Russia, Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa, South America and especially the U.S. West were extra warm. As a whole, the U.S. had a bit-cooler-than-normal February, but slightly warmer-than-normal winter.
Yep da writings on the Wall comrades...we're Fucked.I needed to use my air conditioner last week. On the other hand it snowed this morning. Basically the planet's thermostat is busted.
The oceans are warmer which makes the winds go crazy, and you can do the math from there.
Towards the end of the century the temps in the NYC Metro area will be 9f warmer...you get that 9f warmer. That, and the high tides will be 8 to 10 feet higher with storm surges up to 25-30 feet.
Other parts of the country, and world will have it much worse. Btw that "...towards the end of the century" jazz may be trumped by reality.
The effect of Planetary Warming we're having right now were originally predicted back in the 1990's to be happening mid-century. The 2050's or so. Well it's 50 years sooner than expected...how 'bout that.
So I wouldn't bet the farm on that "...end of the century" noise.
I had another dream about the "Mother Creator G-ddess" last night. She's the only deity that's ever visited me in dreams. Well aside from former President Carter who showed up the other day.
However even 'he' would never say he was a g-d!
The thing is She usually shows up as I saw her in school. Basically a medieval white lady with a kid. This time She she was all neon, and Black...finally.
If the historical Mary existed she'd be brown.
'But whose counting.
The Mother of G-d in our case the Mother of Jesus is an important background figure in the faith of the People of the Book. ..Jews Islam, and Christians.
In fact She was the first of all humanities G-d's. The G-ddess the Mother G-ddess. Mary is only the latest cultural survival of Her existence. If I have any faith at all it's faith in Her. She's been showing up in my thoughts day dreams, and night dreams all of my life.
So if there is some sort of Deity it's no surprise it would use Her as an image for me. Someone else might get that gal in them old Ford convertible commercials of the 1950's. Still others would get Lassie. Me at least these days I got the Black Moddona.
A seriously out of body stoned dream it was too...we're taking a visit with you know who so hey. I still feel warm..good even Holy from the whole deal. If it weren't for these little episodes...I'd never make it.
Still haven't told my shrinks about these things...I can hear the dismissal already in psychobabble techno talk, and the meds that will come with it.
I'll bet you folks have these things too sometimes. Hold on to them. Hold on tight. Don't let anyone tell you they never happened.
Turns out those art classes are good for my sanity...who knew?! Btw that grass is my "Lawn". I've been tending the 'Lawn in a Box" all winter. Excellent substitute for a dog,...you don't have to walk it.
Although ya do need to feed it sometimes...water.., but not too much.
Anyway I'm off to sleep...class later this evening.
"Bob the Bunny's" Great Uncle Dr. Algernon Bunny. Professor, and Chair of Quadruped Studies Columbia University. Below are some thoughts, and reminisces from a former student Professor Simon Loekle.
(Above is Professor Loekle expounding on the mystery of the disappearance of the great Dr. Algernon Bunny.) ...btw this 'really' is a photo of my dear pal Professor Loekle. Below is actually something he wrote for the series...cool huh?!
classes were often unnerving, as he would generally be present as you
arrived, and would
greet each arrival with a cold and glassy stare. Modestly, I admit, he
seemed to take a shine to me, and shared
his major opus with me, over drinks of carrot juice and vodka."
work, upon which his reputation rests but which has remained
unpublished, was a thorough examination of BUGS BUNNY, entitled "Bugs:
species specific insult." A pioneering example of bunny-ism, it was
quickly usurped by younger bunnies anxious to make political points, and
I think this is why Algernon refused to have it published: it had done
so much unintended damage."
"Indeed, I remember to this day, though the
text is far from me, the simple closing passage of his study: "But
should we judge bunnies from the world represented by Bugs? No: for
Bugs Bunny is a fiction, and funny. But bunnies live in a real world,
which is often sad."
"It is a pity that the Young Bunnies never read his
work to its completion, just as it is a shame that Algernon spent his
final days smoking reefer and listening to Bunny Wailer, and denying his
entire academic career."