Pages of Euphoria
Tuesday, July 07, 2009
  A Conscious Stream
I feel like attempting to write things humorous in nature right now. Nothing too deep figuratively or emotionally at the moment. Although those things tend to strike at random times with cobra-quickness. For example I seem to remember expressing how I feel about capitalism as an economic system and in light of its amazing positives, how it basically mimics a form of modern day colonialism. Big time companies today being every bit as quick to barbarically invade, enslave and exploit as power mongering nations of the old world. I did not develop this idea any further at the time, because at the time I was at the PB Pub, one of the most frequented establishments of my Pacific Beach posse, and it was clearly not an appropriate time or place.

There were far too many girls obsessed with 50s punk fashion showing tattooed skin and grungy beach misfits to watch; much more light-hearted conversation to be had. At my half-baked hippy-at-heart claim one friend said "jeeze man that is too deep for right now" not necessarily complimenting my ability to pontificate. Another friend commented on my statement but did not get far because his breath quite honestly smelled like that of a water buffalo's, and I lost determination to listen. The place was loud and boisterous which meant one had to lean in dangerously close to understand words. From what I could glean he simply called me a 'neo-liberalist,' which I loved the sound of, just not one bull-shitting idea of what its supposed to mean.

I can already hear the criticism of this entry. Particularly through the voice of my mother: "How can you talk about the beauty and traditionally rich nature of an Orthodox Jewish wedding in your previous entry and then talk about some soul-stealing hole where you lacerate your liver?" To this unfortunately accurate observation, all I can say is that I oscillate between blog topics, sometimes serious, other times not. It allows me to flow freely, to keep it interesting (hopefully), to use vernacular of an unconventional nature, to make sure people are still reading. So mother, cheers to you, I hope you are able to both enjoy and LOL.
Read up on the portion of this life which I have chosen to make accessible to you. Or if it is simpler, just give me a jingle and we can shoot the breeze. Either way, forget about the time, what productivity means or anything that might be pressing and get lost in some thought and imagination.

My Photo
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

I come from a small town north of Seattle, WA, where I learned that rain is a magical thing because it turns things green. I have had the chance to go a few places and see a few things of which all I have are pictures, memories and stories. I am currently living and learning about Los Angeles, California, and what it means to be an Angelino.

April 2006 / May 2006 / June 2006 / July 2006 / August 2006 / September 2006 / October 2006 / November 2006 / December 2006 / February 2007 / March 2007 / April 2007 / May 2007 / June 2007 / July 2007 / August 2007 / September 2007 / October 2007 / November 2007 / December 2007 / January 2008 / February 2008 / April 2008 / May 2008 / June 2008 / July 2008 / August 2008 / September 2008 / October 2008 / November 2008 / January 2009 / February 2009 / March 2009 / April 2009 / July 2009 / November 2009 / January 2010 / March 2010 / April 2011 / August 2011 / October 2011 / January 2012 /

Powered by Blogger