Friday, August 7, 2009

The Barbershop Diaries, Volume I, Issue 13: Spiritual Bankruptcy and the End of the Big Lie

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Notes on the Day of Last Judgment


  1. Now that's something I can get my tiny mind around V.

  2. That was the saddest moment in "soylent green." Edward G Robinson in his dying moments surrounded by screens flashing what earth used to look like when it was lush and green with flora and fauna before it was destroyed by pollution.

    The big lie you speak of is pollution of the mind. We've all fallen prey to it. So many of us, in this extreme time of crisis, are waking up to the truth slowly but surely. I "pray" it's not too late.

  3. Amazing.

    I take one of the more common clips from 2001, even note Stanley Kubrick, and JG thinks it's from Soylent Green.

    Rady said I was being too brainy with my last graphic addressing this theme -- she was right.

    Now I know how Peter Gabriel felt when he left Genesis to go solo. And then again in Big Sur.

    Well...I'm glad Patrick got a twinge. He does some excellent stuff with his headers. I think people come here in droves just to see those, forget about what we do!

    Thanks for checking in, gang....

  4. You know, V, you do talk an awful lot of good sense and - for want of a lot of comments - you do talk it very well. Thanks. much appreciated.

  5. Thanks, Flak...I was having a rough day today and really appreciated your compliment!