Tag Archives: cosmic unconsciousness

From the “Things I Will Never Understand” Department

By | April 19, 2018

Like most people, I’ve uploaded a few videos to YouTube over the years: mostly videos of the Burlington Concert Band performing at Battery Park, but a few other things as the occasion has arisen. Most of my videos have gotten ten, twenty, sometimes as many as forty views. (Who knows how many of those were me, looking at my… Read More »

Unsolved Mysteries

By | July 13, 2016

My life is full of mysteries. Some more interesting than others. When I was in graduate school in 1988, a lowly candidate for the Master of Public Administration degree at Virginia Tech, I dutifully tried to do adult things like subscribing to the local newspaper. That said, I didn’t actually sit down and read the paper most days —… Read More »

Telepathy

By | January 17, 2016

Carole and I went for an absolutely purposeless drive this afternoon. It wasn’t an especially pretty afternoon: overcast and gray, with scattered patches of snow and mud. But it was better than sitting around the house staring at the wallpaper, you know? We drove down south to Middlebury, had hot drinks at “Carol’s Hungry Mind Cafe“, then walked… Read More »