Sharing thoughts on why i take these evening walks.
Best experienced through headphones…
ant-people, something has happened that’s made me question the nature of my reality, a thread to follow…
the point of intersection between the human mind and suppression. i don’t think you will ever see me again. i achieved what i was incapable of.
the time wave,
i sent it.
the strong rule the weak and the clever rule the strong. the distribution of our current system is the deadly bank account. there is a dangerous underground operating in telepathic space.
dangerous adventurers who plan to outthink and displace the static fragmentation of our united class society, everyone living lives as a member of a particular class thinking every kind of thought without exception, stamped with the brand of class rubbing elbows and getting jostled in by the crowd.
This is Studs interviewing Hunter about his break out book Hell’s Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs:
“Epicurus’s idea of pleasure was sitting under a tree talking philosophy,” says the philosopher AC Grayling, author of What Is Good?
And being a lover of wisdom, I can relate.
Here’s some audio I recorded this evening while watching the sunset:
A stroll through the woods, reflection on art and fear, and a farewell to 2017. #Audio365
I went for a little stroll to work off the turkey and mince pies.
I’m going all natural baby!
So i’m going into pushing heavy weights phase and this time I want to do it without supplements, you know like back in the days when I didn’t have the money to buy supplements so just ate loads of peanut butter and jam sandwiches. I thought I’d catch up with my boy Phil ( Mr PT) and see what he had to say about supplements.
Have a listen:
Phil Sims – www.philsimspt.co.uk
Early Sunday morning stroll to stretch the limbs and clear the cobwebs out of my head. What do we mean when we say, same old, same old?
Feet touched the ground at 05:47.
I know you’re not supposed to but I got sucked into social media first thing this morning. Linkedin specifically. Gary Vaynerchuk had a post up, 5 Best Tips for Salespeople. I read it and watched the accompanying 10 minute video. It was worth the time.
I only had time to read one of Olson’s poems this morning. Besides, mind was too full of frantic thoughts to concentrate on a poem. The words clashed. I went for a walk instead.
Post walk, ended up in a Zoom meeting which led me to Atlassian directly taking on Slack with their latest communication tool – Stride. It’s an app formerly known as Hipchat as far as I can see. But then again I haven’t properly given Stride a go so it’s probably premature for me to say that. Stride led me to a very funny lady, Sarah Cooper and her blog.
I hesitated to post this audio from my walk. It’s a completely unedited stream of consciousness capture so listen at your own risk:
I spent a bucket load more time than I had intended redesigning the look and feel of the blog. Changing a WordPress theme is supposed to be easy and there was a time when it was. But lately, there seems, at least in my experience over the last 18 months, a lot of compatibility issues between WordPress plugins and PHP server side. Getting hit with the ambiguous HTTP Error 500 is a pain. I don’t pretend to be a coder, but I have had to deal with stuff on the server side that I never had to do before. In fact, I vow never to change the theme of this blog again. It’s been that much of a pain. On top of that, I now have to go through back posts to deal with formatting issues. Oh the joy of being a blogger! And I’m only just getting back into game properly.
I never did make it to the gym.
22:26 OK, I I’m going to close this entry out now. I’m going to drink a coffee and read some more of the Charles Olson biography and then finish off The Tick series on Amazon Prime. I started it over dinner. There are only 6 episodes in the first season so I might as well finish it off tonight. I’m halfway there.
It’s that time of the year again when the AudioMo community get together to do a 30 day audio challenge, that is post a podcast of some manner or description each day for the month of June. Here are my first two entries: