Tag Archives: Lawrence H. Keeley

side show inuit: looking for nelvana

When things start off on the wrong foot, its tough to reconcile and make amends… Primitive people and prehistoric violence do seem to have a symbiotic relationship. Untouched by the dogged moral strivings, the clear demarcation between right and wrong, … Continue reading

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tattoo you: the girl from Oonalaska

A kind of proximity to nature, the spirit world, the absence of boundaries where the human and the animal engaged one another in various guises of transference and inhabiting the physical body. Combinations of profound science fiction with ancient pagan … Continue reading

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guess whose coming to dinner?

Does our modern society indicative of a lowering of human freedom and a degradation of the environment or does our science charged culture represent an emancipation from primitive conflict and ignorance? … From an article on researching authenticity and populism. … Continue reading

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