Monthly Archives: February 2021
End Stage capitalism in Texas
It was five years ago that I took this topic on for the first time. Louisiana was going through a series of huge storms and hundred year floods. And the people in charge of the state (and FEMA) were tired of going broke. They were spending big money every few years to rebuild the low-value […]
Methane–from Planet Phuckett!!
As some might remember, my play PLANET PHUCKETT!! was web-cast last month. I wasn’t completely happy with the results (who KNEW making films was so hard???) and I’ve started a project to re-do it. This is a segment of the original video and it explains why methane is a threat of extinction in the near […]
The IPCC weighs in on extinction.
Remember–I’m the simple artist. This is from a report two years ago that escaped my notice. Fair warning—I’m not a credentialed scientist. I wrote a play about near term human extinction in 2016 that has been performed in the US and now has been screened by a theatre in a video festival that in non-COVID […]
Trump isn’t our last president
I know, I got it wrong Well, I’ve rarely been as happy to be proven wrong, but Trump left DC on January 20th, just as he was supposed to. I was surprised, and apparently I’m not the only one. The Trump acolytes were ready to commit a mass act of sedition in order to keep […]