Yes, I know, I'm so bad. I haven't posted anything in months, selfishly keeping all of my writing discreet and unpublished. It turns out that the works I have written lately just do not belong on this blog, and if you read a few of these unrelentingly geeky papers, you would thank me. They cover human efficiency issues, crazy government experiments, and the like. No, you really don't want to be bored with that nonsense.
So rather than go back and sort out the material I should post, and what I shouldn't, I have finally done what I set out to do long ago: I have splintered my blog into three separate websites. Best of all, this Xanga blog will host the theme of HONESTY. I am clutching everything I assumed about the world, and everything I have been programmed by society to believe, and throwing it all out the window. My first project will take me to Argentina for two weeks, but I will still write and publish while I am there.
There are many topics in today's world that people choose not to write about— America's wretched excess, the world's epidemic drug problem, overpopulation, the self-destructive gay lifestyles all around me, and worst of all our destruction of nature. Also difficult to find is real evaluation of the human predicament, which from my perspective, is becoming increasingly disturbing. Yes, the subjects are taboo and will spark waves of debate, but guess who will start covering them, and who will bust the subjects wide open on Xanga? You guessed right.
This so-called Xanga, a mirage of masks and facades, of inaccurate autobiographies of their authors, has always been a place where one must read between the lines.
Well, Xanga is about to receive an infusion of honesty, thought-provoking debate, and fortitude.