Sunday, June 22, 2014

Look in the Mirror

Made this one with you in mind. Inspiration from me to you..


Clockwork Orange County: The Rise of West Coast Punk Rock!

Finally out on DVD. Dropped earlier this month.


Clockwork Orange County: The Rise of West Coast Punk Rock!

"Southern California. The early 70s. Spike-haired kids with tattoos and a love for loud music stuck out like sore thumbs. These Punk pioneers found their only sanctuary at Cuckoo's Nest, a club in Costa Mesa. ""Clockwork Orange County"" chronicles this scene, where seminal Punk acts such as The Ramones, T.S.O.L. and Black Flag launched, and a west coast chapter of a global musical movement was born."


Be Your Greens

Made in honor of eating raw.






















Disease cannot exist in an alkaline state.

Friday, May 23, 2014

Arms Up

Although, a wonderful photo of Alex Ebert from Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes between seeming human goalie posts, I feel it is an image of joy. An image that exemplifies just how wonderful it is to witness and to experience arms outstretched. Upward towards the sky, is always a good direction. It's the little things that feel so big. Feeling grateful. Blessed be.















From Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes Tumblr

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Kuvings WHOLE Slow Juicer (Big Mouth Innovation) - Official Video : Best Juicer B6000

More and more I have been delving into raw food living. If you're serious about juicing this one is for you. It's muy expensive, but if you know you're going to be frequently juicing, I think it's a good investment. Find one that suits YOUR needs!


Kuvings WHOLE Slow Juicer (Big Mouth Innovation) - Official Video : Best Juicer B6000

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Columbine. It's Been 15 Years.

Today marks the15th year after Columbine. Each time this year, I settle in for some reflection, & often a good dose of reading. 

Feminist-sociologist, Michael Kimmel, has asserted that mass shootings seem to have a common theme. Male. White. 

 As a person in the mental health biz, I do know that it can play a part (and I am not suggesting that it had or had not within the Columbine events) but I also think we cannot ignore, that it's not about just illness, and guns. It's often anger, about race, and gender. 

There is great love for all those who want it, and share it--but anger is the only real emotion that is rewarded among men. Aren't we done yet? Can we put down privilege? Can we put down patriarchy? Can we create and move forward with resources for all?






















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To those who died, to those who still suffer. You are bigger than I will ever be.