Author Archives: Brooklyn Culture Jammers

2014 Warnings from "The Newsroom"

I know, I decided I wasn’t going to post after awhile. But I lied. This might be of interest to you. And if you are reading the tea leaves, this shouldn’t be news. This all reflects back on an episode of the HBO series THE NEWSROOM from 2014. Not coincidentally, it was the first interview […]

The 'Planet Phuckett' Yeast-Sex Tour

Originally posted on The Brooklyn Culture Jam:
Yes, that’s a MS paint button. Other than that, it’s all me.  I wanted people to know that if they missed my play PLANET HOSPICE (a theatrical romp through human extinction) at United Solo and the Ithaca Fringe and the Tampa Fringe (and most recently at the Tremors Art Show…

A thought for 2020

I know, in my post for Xmas I said this was the last blog I was doing when I talked about the Pliocene and our inevitable extinction. Many of you gave up on me. I wasn’t trying to pull your leg, but I’ve had a few days to think about reactions. Many of you said […]

A video you should check

I know, I said I was slacking off on writing, but I’m just sharing someone’s work and not composing an essay myself. My addition here is from a video first uploaded to Youtube in February. It’s a long view of where we are vis global warming and the dire nature of what we face. What […]

Ending a blog (maybe)

I started this blog (BROOKLYN CULTURE JAM) back in 2012. I did it after HOW TO STOP THE EMPIRE, a solo play I’d done for Occupy Wall Street ended up on YouTube and I started getting hundreds of Friend requests on Facebook. I figured this was a good place to publicize my plays and also […]

Hell Awaits Rex Tillerson

Just wanted to point out the obvious. For those joining late, Rex Tillerson is Trump’s former Secretary of State. But before that, Tillerson was one of the many people who served as CEO of Exxon, the biggest company in the world. Not Oil company big, Company big. Bigger than anyone (debate over the size of […]

Kiss Insurance (and capitalism) bye bye?

I warned you about this three years ago, in an article about the redlining of big sections of Louisiana after multiple years of century storms. We lose insurance and we lose capitalism. And it’s already started. The insurance industry is totally hosed over all the disaster warming has caused. From massive floods followed by ‘flash […]