Warning: the pipe in my brain through which writing flows has been clogged for a year. With the help of The Distant Drum, I’ve finally pulled the hair wad out. Untangling it was not possible, so I simply glued it to my word processor as it was… I remember thinking over and over– and marveling […]
It has been a while since I shared a story from my cryptocurrency experiences. As Sarah and I have settled into a routine we’ve been less motivated to write, but for the whole past year our interest in cryptocurrency has continued on a daily basis. Week after week, without exception, for 8 months…..we invested $200 per week into […]
Heat sears through the shins of my black jeans. Tree branches burn in a battered circular water trough filled with ash drifts. Huge flakes burst silently into the sky with blazing edges that fade as they float down again. They stick in my hair, smear across the thighs of my pants. A gold field and […]
Reporter Jeff Kenney has published some articles in the Culver Citizen about the renovation of 814 E. Shore Drive. One of those articles is devoted to Sarah’s book about the project. Read all about it here. As for the house, it’s finally done and ready for rentals: https://www.facebook.com/TheVonnegutHouse
Warning for Pursuing Nothing regulars: I’ve been living in the suburbs for three quarters of a year… this type of shit is bound to happen. Warning for the rest of you: this is advice from a writer who normally refuses to take part in civilized society. It’s not for people who want to be normal. […]
For a few weeks each year Southern Arizona experiences a flurry of powerful thunderstorms, then dry as a bone the rest of the year. Yes, bones are dry. Videos are below photos.
Moonsoon Behavior Beetlevision 2014 Watermelon of The Beast
The United States government is broken beyond repair, corrupt beyond reform. There’s no debating that. The question is, what can we do about it? We can move on. There’s no need to waste time repairing or tearing down our broken system. Instead, we must starve it to death by creating and transitioning to a brand […]
As a Nomad and an Anarchist | Sarah Handyside Years ago, I decided I did not want to spend my life going into debt and working a job I hated in order to pay it off, while being taxed by a government which would use my money to fund atrocious exploits I wanted nothing do […]
Photos taken in February and March in Arizona. Three friends have temporarily moved in to our tiny desert home.