Author Archives: Brooklyn Culture Jammers

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 […]

Interview about me

Since five or six of you who read my blog don’t know me personally, a writer named Tom Inniss at The VOICE sent me a long questionnaire as part of the online festival at The Space. Tom Inniss seems to be a nice sort, and I dutifully filled the questionnaire out and TA DA! now […]

Zuck strikes again

The fact that these suggestions are at worst not beneficial and at best might prevent COVID19 (or at least make an infection less severe) say something about the editorial stance of Facebook. This was a friend’s post that FB decided could not be shared with membership. The person who posted it was sharing knowledge that […]

Five reasons to not vote GOP

I don’t know why this isn’t an issue every four years. Because EVERY FOUR YEARS, The GOP and the Dems square off to get a president elected, and every four years somewhere around 50% of American voters forget recent history. There have been five elected Republican presidents since Eisenhower stepped down. Every one has left […]

Planet Phuckett!! Reviews and stuff!

https://online.thespaceuk.com/show/planet-phuckett-the-covid-edition A lovely friendly review of Planet Phuckett, now available online for free! Planet Phuckett! (the Covid edition) is hilarious, thoughtful, and poignant. Dan Kinch of Brooklyn Culture Jammers has produced the perfect production for our time. I watched the video-recorded play in my home earlier today. I was swept up in an adventure that […]

Happy 2021

Your coming year. I don’t know how much I have to complain about for 2020. I didn’t get the virus. The wife didn’t get the virus, even though it seemed at times like we were doing everything to catch it. I did get some film and theater work. I played a serial killer/Mass murderer at […]

Planet Phuckett!! the COVID19 edition

PLANET PHUCKETT!!, A DARK COMEDY ABOUT GLOBAL WARMING UPDATED TO REFLECT THE COVID PANDEMIC, TO BE  WEBCAST ONLINE in January as part of The SPACE Season 2 online festival. Contact: Daniel Kinch, 347-xxx-xxxx PLANET PHUCKETT!!–The COVID edition , a solo comic play about global warming and the future, will be produced online and podcast starting on iJanuary 7,2021 as part […]