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Malcolm a Satire, Part One by Richard Diefenbeck, Jr.
Malcolm | A Satire: Part One by Richard Diefenbeck, Jr.

Malcolm is not from here. He is from far, far away. He has just 30 days to save Earth from imminent global warming disaster, or as he calls it: ‘global roasting.’ Malcolm has superior alien tech, of course, but he has a handicap on this mission: he can’t kill anybody. He must do it systemically. So he takes the form of a human and . . .

U.S. President Dick Boast — a real estate developer and convicted con man from Miami who inexplicably became president not too long ago and immediately set about becoming the ideological arch enemy to the Pope, Robin Hood, and every childhood dream everywhere — is not amused.

Malcolm | A Satire: Part One, by Richard Diefenbeck, Jr. — FREE thru Sunday!

David Korten – Change the Story, Change the Future

Now, hold on there – I know these days when many of us see an older white man behind a podium – a numbed, dulling fatigue immediately begins to set in, like right behind the eyes, but trust me: this is one of the good ones.



“Deep democracy, real democracy is the only way that we can organize as a society, to achieve balance with Earth – and to do it in a way that meets the needs of all.”– David Korten

@dkorten | David Korten’s Blog | Living Economies Forum | YES! Magazine

“We can almost be literally be anything we want to be – and I’m not talking individuals; I’m talking about societies.” – David Korten

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Ari de Leña – “Farming for Cultural and Ecological Resilience”

Thanks to Mike McCormick of Mind Over Matters for this enlightening & inspiring eco-POV. After watching this video, you might just want to wander over to Kamayan Farm:

“The word kamayan is Tagalog for “with hands” and refers to the traditional Filipino style of eating food with your hands. It is a reminder of the intimate connection between ourselves and our food, the joy of a large meal cooked with love and shared with family, and survival of culture through food.”

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Kamayan Farm, WA | Community Alliance for Global Justice

The Church of the SubGenius Finally Plays It Straight

The Church of the SubGenius Finally Plays It Straight

“In 1980, two smart, goofy nerds in Dallas decided to start their own religion. Their names were Doug and Steve, but in the grand tradition of charlatans everywhere, they invented new names for themselves as apostles of the deity of their made-up belief system: Reverend Ivan Stang (born Douglass St. Clair Smith) and Dr. Philo Drummond (Steve Wilcox), ready to educate the masses through the Church of the SubGenius about the great J.R. ‘Bob’ Dobbs and to spread his gospel of ‘Slack.’
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