If you don’t have a plan, you become part of somebody else’s plan ~ Terence McKenna   It seems “joggers” have been out in droves, and the other night we heard some people mention the need to do more “cardio”. Makes us wonder: does a person really have to be drudging along, in order to be “healthy”?   POPULARITY IS more »


is the death of intelligence. Belief is the death of intelligence. As soon as one believes a doctrine of any sort, or assumes certitude, one stops thinking about that aspect of existence. ~ Robert Anton Wilson   We were driving around looking at “Christmas” lights and thought, no no no… that name has to go: more »

brainbutter xiv: death ‘n play, play ‘n death

Brix[we-love-you-a]ton ~ To know that death is imminent – to be alive, meaning someday not to be – and to peel back the bed cover any morning you choose, to jump out of the day like it’s Christmas Lights-N-Shit!, or to feel laced with grace, or rained on with PMA, or solitudinous & bumbling through, more »

brainbutter xiii: personal responsibility 

To know that you: can have any attitude you want about anything, or the reaction you have created – your own private or public, self-developed and tinkered with “reality tunnel” as Robert Anton Wilson wrote. To know that what happens to you is you; yet still, you get to decide how you view what happens to you more »

brainbutter xi: a thing is everything

Answers: are there? Or maybe just you’re it. You’re the answer you ever will look for and someday after looking far and wide, under rocks and inside caves, traveling seas and hiking foreign wonders, and sitting in the backyard shade watching spiders spidering and sipping ginger beer, I’ll feel it without words, “I’m it.” And more »

What you see, you are

What you see, you are.   Energy, like laughter, appears to be contagious; a wonderfully wily bird, with wings that glow; in feeling, grows   You are precisely as big as what you love and precisely as small as what you allow to annoy you. ~ Robert Anton Wilson