Propaganda Poster Campaign
In this post, I create various propaganda images using MidJourney. The goal is anti-war and abolition of nuclear weapons. I explore multiple styles.
Healthcare.gov (ACA/Obamacare) and Why I'm Not Concerned
I’ve yet to be able to sign up for the service, though I admit I’ve been a mix of nervous and eager to do so.
Television, Education, and The Future
Over the years I have watched many shows. Ok, fine... many many shows. Much of it in Asian origin ... I feel the quality of American shows is on the rise.
State of the Union & Wes Clark
President Bush, you have a horrible track record when it comes to healthcare system support for the American majority... let alone the American majority in general. Sorry no go on that topic.
There are a lot of people predicting that Wes Clark will announce either his candidacy or the formation of his exploratory committee for the run for President in 2008.
My Balloting Story and the Flu
In closing here's the rehash of how my voting story went last week...
NO F'ing Way!
David Pepper won control of Hamilton County away from Phil Heimlich whose offices were fraught with corruption and embezzlement along with misspending of government funds for pork projects, unethical disbursement of funds, and preferential treatment of contractors.
Of Flickr and Eating Kobayashi
I have become rather hyper-involved as of late. I have taken photos at all kinds of events around town in conjunction with CincyUpdate. I have attended a political debate for Kentucky's 4th Congressional District which was consequently a live televised event on Channel 9.
A Nation Still Under Construction
After my trip to Washington D.C. this past week I recognize an important part of being an American... construction. Not so much in the physical sense (although this is very true), as much as in the metaphorical sense.
Canned Politics & More
Politics, like a slippery salamander, seems to have issues being controlled properly. Paul Hackett was forced out of his race by the Ohio Democratic party.