Do People Read the Pacific Sun? Update 12/19/2018

Or read in general? I see everyone staring at screens, but what are they looking at? Is social networking and looking at Youtube videos reading? Is anyone reading tweets at this point? Journalists were reading Trump tweets but that seems to have calmed down. I’m currently reading two books: All Our Relations by Winona Laduke,Continue reading “Do People Read the Pacific Sun? Update 12/19/2018”

adapted from Peter S Lucking

(first published by Unshod Quills) –  On Lipstick Backgroundprevalent among the Sumerians, Egyptians, Syrians, Babylonians, Persians, and Greeks.Later, Elizabeth I with red mercuric sulfide.For years, rougeonly promiscuous womentrue societal acceptanceBy 1915 push up tubes were available, and the first claims of “indelibility” were made. Raw Materialswax, oil, alcohol, and pigment.beeswax, candelilla wax, or the moreContinue reading “adapted from Peter S Lucking”

Mary Jane Burke

Maybe it (student “absenteeism”) is an indication that the students are not finding being measured by standardized testing to be an effective method of “teaching”?Maybe if the focus was less on sports/preparing poor students for military service?Maybe if the schedule could be less complicated?Maybe If we could drop off our kids without them being nearlyContinue reading “Mary Jane Burke”

Architecture Self-regulates

There is no reason to have state architecture boards. Architecture is a self-regulating practice. One practices architecture. If one fails to adequately maintain the practice, one gets sued, or fails to get repeat clients, the clients talk to one another at dinner parties, the failed building is seen by others…the practice self-regulates. If the stateContinue reading “Architecture Self-regulates”