Author Archives: Brooklyn Culture Jammers

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 […]

Keeping up the pressure (Epstein wasn’t a suicide)

We’re almost four months into the ‘mystery’ of Jeffrey Epstein, the world class pedophile whose dozens of victims have stories to tell. Latest news is that Michael Baden, one of the most storied forensic investigators in the United States, has recently stated that Epstein was ‘probably’ a homicide victim. As his case had international implications […]

Irreversible Runaway Abrupt Climate Change Unfolding Now. Not long off in the future.

Originally posted on Kevin Hester:
In the last few days articles have been appearing in the corporate media detailing methane releases in the Arctic with the East Siberian Arctic shelf which is close to many of our hearts and minds due to it’s shallowness and vulnerability to destabilisation of the carbon and methane clathrate reserves…

Intergenerational Climate blame is BS

Lots of blame to go around as the clock ticks down on human Existence. I’ve been around the Millennial generation for awhile. I hung around with the younger people at Occupy Wall Street and stayed friends even after the movement collapsed. I wouldn’t be a Millennial for all the cocaine money in Bogota (Colombia, not […]

Cue the traveling music

When you’ve lost everything, sometimes you need to travel. Hell, when you’re about to lose everything, you need to travel. We’ve all become enamored of changing the scenery over the years. And Joni Mitchell had it right all those years back–that we’d tear down Paradise to put up a parking lot. That we’d tear down […]

15K and counting: My V-Rex

Just a short note about my bicycle (the Rans V-Rex rendered above). Today I crossed the 1,000 mile mark for the summer of 2019, which means I have 15,000 miles on it. Oddly, it’s been almost five years to the day since I put the first 10,000 miles on the V-Rex, proud product of the Rans […]

Our Stoopid Country

For those joining us late, Jeffrey Epstein has apparently taken his own life in NY’s own MCC, one of the most secure jail facilities in the US prison system. He was on suicide watch, and had an earlier ‘incident’ a few weeks ago when bunking with an ex-cop. He thus secured his own cell and […]