Category Archives: Art

Why a Tweet is Not a Love Letter (Don’t Throw Out Your Love Letters Part II)

Woe, oh young generation! Where are your love letters in the age of pocket tweeps and tablet bluzzes! I don’t doubt that there is as much ardour today as ever — thumbed and zapped, snapped and swiped.  And all of it preserved … Continue reading

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The God is in the Guitar

Home. Living room, sofa. What a gift the guitar. And it really is a gift that I received, at the time when I was young much to my chagrin really. I didn’t practice much then, and not surprisingly I’m really … Continue reading

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Pavlov’s Dog Rips Freud A New One or On Unruly Digestion and That Thang

If there has been one great comfort in the trials of the past year, it’s confirming the fallacy that lies at the heart of classic psychology. Needless to say, I have neither the resources nor the professional wherewithal to carry out research, … Continue reading

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Viv Eliot on the “Browbeaten Wife”

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