Monthly Archives: March 2015

Amazement in the Writings of Wilhelm Reich

In March of 1957, during Wilhelm Reich’s court-ordered psychiatric examination, Reich heard the sound of an airplane. He turned to his examiner and informed him that the plane was a sign that he, Reich, would be protected. As an expert … Continue reading

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The Swiked Dress

I feel like it’s a trick somehow. I’m confused and scared. —Taylor Swift I can only see red and want to see black but to burst from this box will blast blue to sun-bright. Shall I cower or break? Who’s … Continue reading

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Jerry Lewis as Mockingbird

The Lewis character is always potentially anybody —Chris Fujiwara There is no easy way to shake that schmuck you sleep with at night. No matter how you toss and turn he’s always there. —Jerry Lewis Jerry Lewis, love him or … Continue reading

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