Quite Frankly: The Death of Creativity

Overcast Sunday in Central Park

Franz Schubert: “Nacht und traume”


Croatian MP: “Murder is murder…”

Be My Valentine Floor Pillow

Franz Schubert: “Auf dem wasser zu singen”

She died in triumph

Julia Varady: Letter scene from Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin

Behind the facade

Hollywood, California, 2012.

Not much has changed since the days of Nathanael West, who penned the classic existential Hollywood novella, The Day of the Locust. Except the films are less interesting and the people who make them less informed. In the distance, you can see Griffith Observatory, location for the iconic film Rebel Without a Cause. Click here to order a framed print, acrylic print, metal print, etc

Quite Frankly: Broken Spirits and Lost Time

Warmonger! Sticker and tee

Portrait of a teenage alcoholic

Did you ever think, when the hearse rolls by, that some day you are going to die….

Childhood memories.

Pick up window

Vaccine profits must not be obstructed and some people must die in order to malign Florida

Gotta get those numbers up!

Julia Varady: “D’amour l’ardente flamme” from La Damnation de Faust

The lovers

“Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in your law.” – Psalm 119:18


Sunday Wire Podcast with Patrick Henningsen: the narrative is collapsing, but they’re just getting started

Monday morning

Dr. Christina Parks and others at the Defeat the Mandates Rally in DC – thousands there, zero coverage

I couldn’t keep it to myself

An apartment in Venice

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