Friday, January 4, 2008

about about EYE CATCHER.

Something to tell you what this blog is about (not that the definition under my blogname doesn't ENTICE YOU ENOUGH!). I'm a cool cat of some various age, born in some not very innocuous decade. This blog is exploding sun- supernovae of supernaturally small proportions that travel from your blinking electrical object (be it a computer of some type or a small portable object that fits in your pocket) all the way to your eyes that see this upside down...your brain flips it "upside" and you continue to read on! I plan to .. write of the things dwelling among other things inside of the walls called my skull. Honestly your adventures (hopefully) on this blog should be some what of a "liberating experience". . . I'm taking the liberal arts approach (as best as I can).
  1. Musical endeavors- sounds, lyrics etc.
  2. Essays and the like from what I am reading or what I have stumbled upon - hopefully accompanied by questions and paragraphs of my own.
  3. Photography
  4. Movies I'm interested in (I'd like to have a list accumulate of the films you ought to see in your life).
  5. Class notes - because some of my classes really just are that good.
  6. RANDOM OOZE from lots of sources that make my soul itch (that's good of cource)
  7. political, economical, philosophical articles and opinions (political specials particularly between now and the 2008 elections). Hopefully those political articles where I highlight each person (or a select few) will expand your understanding of things and lead me to write more segments on the individual aspects of the things that they support.
  8. Quotes per post
  9. Poetry/literature/short stories
  10. Comics
  11. Inventions
  12. more eye catching, grab your brain and pull things out types of topics/things
  13. and maybe a few links to other sites.
I'm going to like the comments, they are something that will help influence some of the directions that I take and expand upon- so leave them.


"The unexamined life is not worth living."- Socrates in Plato, Dialogues, Apology
Greek philosopher in Athens (469 BC - 399 BC)


  1. Wow this is looking great already!! I can't wait to see more!! :D

    *adds to feedreader*

  2. Totally gonna whore out the Daily Bloon here. Another great blog. Too bad none of us actually write for it anymore.

    But the shit in the archives is good. Especially our podcasts. Carl knows what I'm talking about.

    Cool looking blog, though. Keep it going.