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I am a mello person on a quest for what makes me alive as a person. I seek places that energizes my love for educational experiences and assisting worthy causes. I dig natural building, playing with permaculture, arting in poi, and experiencing bioregions.
Originally born and raised off of the land in the northwoods of Wisconsin with dual AmeriCanadian citizenships, I took off for Canada to pursue an education away from post-9/11 U$A and summered as a counselor for disabled campers. After three years of life in smoggy academia I performed in the institution's redtape circus and won sixteen months worth of spending my days and nights as a non-profit slave interning towards environmental engineering. After getting a taste of life away from the smoggy campus and innoculated with permaculture, I chose to take a break from academics and donned my traveling shoes to find a new school in Babylon. That brings me to here.
After this, who knows?
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"2008 Art Theme: 'American Dream'Thu, August 28, 2008 - 12:09 AM permalink - 2 comments
In 2008, leave narrow and exclusive ideologies at home and carefully consider your immediate experience. What has America achieved that you admire? What has it done or failed to do that fills you with dismay? What is laudable? What is ludicrous? Put blame aside, let humor thrive, and dare to contemplate a larger question: What can America contribute to the world?"
In 2007 I went to Burning Man on a Green Man dream in barter for my partic... read more
"Walked out this morning, don't believe what I sawThu, June 21, 2007 - 10:42 AM permalink - 0 comments
Hundred billion bottles, washed up on the shore
Seems I'm not alone at being alone
Hundred billion castaways, looking for a home"
- The Police
(photo credits to tennesseetourist.com)
I was driving along the highway on my way to lunch last week when I saw a man in a wheelchair along the side of the highway. I've seen him before pushing himself along backwards with one foot going to wherever his destination lies, and exchanged waves as I passed him by. This time I was about a quarter mile away when I saw him teeter over and disapear over the edge of the embankment. "Oh shit!" I pulled over where I last saw him and got out of the car. No sign of him. I scramble down th... read moreFri, March 2, 2007 - 6:45 AM permalink - 2 comments
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Kick ass, I made the news! Well, at least my back did in one of the pictures... I was one of the interns that helped with this cob workshop in the Santa Barbara, CA area recently.
You can can find more pictures from the workshop with detailed descriptions here: www.flickr.com/photos/ear...2005/10/08/