Sunday, August 07, 2011

Global Self-Defense

Being nice has gotten us undrinkable water, polluted air, and often inedible food. Being nice has us believing that coal is clean, nukes are green, and climate change can be reversed by switching to recycled toilet paper. It’s time to not be nice…and that means keeping your toolbox full.


Let’s say you’re a handy man/woman/human and you get hired for a job. I’m guessing you’d bring your full toolbox to the worksite. After all, you can never be sure what might pop up and what tools you’ll need. In other words, if you have a job to do, it would be illogical to decide beforehand that certain tools are off limits. Keep all your tools at your disposal—even if some remain untouched—just in case.

Read my latest article here


Another of my recent photos:

Buckminster Fuller sez: “There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it’s going to be a butterfly."


Poem: “lunar haiku"

Posted on 08/07 at 02:59 PM
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