Ragged Clown

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Jun
26
2010

Welcome home

King James Bible, Book of Luke, Parable of the Prodigal Son And he said, A certain man had two sons: And the younger of them said to his father, Father, give me the portion of goods that falleth to me. … Continue reading

Jun
25
2010

Solitude

A long time ago, I had a girlfriend and I used to sing to her. At that period of my life, I was entirely entranced by Billie Holiday and my most favourite song was Solitude and my girlfriend used to ask me to sing it to her. I sang it over and over. Continue reading

Jun
11
2010

iPad FTW

I tried about 10 drawing apps before settling on AppStudio. I drew this while waiting for my ride this morning.

May
10
2010

Attack of the Killer Toaster Ovens

Just how much should we spend to defend ourselves from terrorist attacks? There is a general agreement about risk, then, in the established regulatory practices of several developed countries: risks are deemed unacceptable if the annual fatality risk is higher … Continue reading

May
9
2010

Pious Fraud

I was determined to not like or even read Robert Wright’s Evolution of God but Kindle makes it much too easy to buy books. Fortunately it is excellent. Even shamans who got no fees or gifts might benefit from their … Continue reading

May
8
2010

Why I Don’t Write Much

Ladies and Gentlemen. The magnificent Verity Stob… The reality is even better: an extended example of that kind of feminism that implies the intrinsic superiority of women in nearly all things while simultaneously demanding privileges to compensate for claimed weaknesses, … Continue reading

Apr
27
2010

Sunshine of your Love

I’m not really sure why they call him Slowhand. My hands were much slower than his. I gave up trying to copy the last two measures of the solo and just made something up. Sunshine of your Love http://www.raggedclown.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/sunshine-of-your-love.mp3 Performance … Continue reading

Apr
10
2010

It Changed My Life – Book Three

I bought The Golden Treasury of English Verse and a harmonica as my only mementos of civilization when I set off to go backpacking around the world. I’m not entirely sure why though because I couldn’t play the harmonica and … Continue reading