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subscribe to rss feed facebook twitter go home what is this? contact my inner monologue day 1000: how it ends inside this cubicle the air is thick as honey, with asphyxiating flecks of the mundane bracing against the irrefutable promise of a golden weekend. outside these pin-cushion partitions – and indeed inside as well – every tiny molecule in the universe is saying its goodbyes to its neighbors and preparing to splash into the unknown permutations of a distant someday. my fingers hammer at these tiny plastic letters, fully ignorant of what’s to come. or are they? the hallowed fingers of esteemed science – no doubt similar in size and shape to my own, only tasked with a far more specific purpose – have combed back the hair of the observable now and picked at the scalp-nits of projection. the fields of astronomy, physics, mathematics, and a cabinet full of –ologies have given us a map of what’s to come. a timeline of time’s last hurrah. and the best part? if any of these predictions are wrong, every record of them will likely be destroyed before anyone finds out. that’s my kind of science. within 10,000 years, human genetic variation will no longer be regionalized. this won’t mean we’ll all look the same – the blonde gene will still speckle crowds and set up offensive jokes, but it will be distributed equally worldwide. this forecasted panmixia is far more optimistic than astrophysicist brandon carter’s doomsday argument, which places our present at roughly the halfway point of humankind’s civilized journey, and projects a 95% likelihood that we’ll be wholly extinct in 10,000 years. if global warming hasn’t already soaked us into a kevin costner-esque hellscape by then, we may also be facing the melting of the east antarctic ice sheet, which will raise the sea levels by 3 or 4 meters above wherever it will be once we lose the rest of the polar ice caps, which should happen long before then. long term forecast: buy a big-ass boat. read more… author name: marty discussion: 4 comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 869: unleashing the other 90% of the brain day 999: buh-bye, so long and hallelujah it’s a completely valid question. for the past 50 or so days i have been fielding one question more often than most: what am i going to do for day 1000? will the final kilograph reflect upon the 999 that came before, like some extended clip show of my greatest guffaws and most aww-rending moments? will i spend my final entry in closing-credits mode, thanking those who have made this all possible and put up with my considerable dearth of free time over the last 2 years and almost 9 months? in short… no. while my original intent was to meander down that self-serving footpath for my final article, i decided that i would only do so if i could cite the wikipedia page that had been created about me – as it turns out, that doesn’t exist yet. in order to figure out my final missive, i felt i should turn to the moulder of my wisdom, the sage oracle who has helped to shape my morality, my perception, and even my understanding of the world: television. i have experienced the highs and lows of series finales – certainly at least one of them could illuminate the road to a poignant, entertaining, and (most of all) worthy coda to this monstrous undertaking. my first option is the beloved trope of bringing back a classic character for the finale. in my case i could introduce a surprise cameo by yoko ono, craig david, mary nissenson, or if i really want to stretch to my roots, phineas gage. i could style the entire piece in a blend of haiku, musical theatre and secret code (did anyone ever figure that one out?). it sounds trite and cliché, but that’s always a place to start, isn’t it? read more… author name: marty discussion: 1 comment live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 655: the trademark battles of the ages ™ day 998: crossing abbey road this friday marks the 45th anniversary of what i believe to be the greatest album of all time. before you flick lint in my beer or pelt me with wads of big league chew for not designating this title to pink floyd’s piper at the gates of dawn or dexy’s midnight runners’ too-rye-ay, allow me to point out that there are many albums that are flawless – sometimes in spite of a number of actual flaws. nary a wayward note blemishes stevie wonder’s songs in the key of life, and paul simon’s graceland is among the few utterly perfect slabs of 1980’s vinyl. for me, “the greatest” combines not only artistic and technical brilliance, but the subjective distinction of having served as the soundtrack to many of the most fantastic moments of my life. your results may (and probably do) vary. the story of abbey road is one of pure, primal mirth, flecked with auburn specks of encroaching melancholy. it is the last glorious and romantic trip to maui for an otherwise doomed marriage. it marks the greatest rock band in history (an assertion i’ll stand by as wholly factual) producing one final brushstroke upon their legacy before heading their separate ways. this is not a happy group. in january of 1969, the beatles were moving in four different directions, and had been for over a year. their plan was to return to the studio, record a back-to-their-roots album, perform their first concert since the summer of 1966 (the pyramids in egypt were a proposed locale, as was a barge adrift in the atlantic), and film it all for posterity. this attempt to reconnect resulted in a cavalcade of arguments, the grandiose concert reduced to a noon-hour gig on the roof, and the temporary quitting of george harrison. read more… author name: marty discussion: 2 comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... claiming beata island as my own day 997: hollywood’s original a-list, part ii last year i penned a heartfelt tribute to lilian gish and that first generation of cinematic ladies who made male hearts swoon, back when it was still gentlemanly to swoon in mixed company. alas, the big bold number at the top of this article threatens an accusation of sexism if i don’t supply that article’s flip-side in short order. so here you go: five sploosh-worthy gents who first glued eyes to screens. it’s important to note that the qualifications for being a sex symbol in the 1910’s were somewhat different than today. washboard abs were barely an asset; fatty arbuckle was a lady’s man and he had the body shape of a barbapapa. acting back then was all in the eyes, and it was to the eyes that our attention was drawn. i suspect that in 1914, channing tatum’s beady greens wouldn’t have made the cut. the style of acting required for silent film is truly unique; no one knew (or cared) whether these men could sing, or if their voices sounded like a sack of wet noodles being dragged through a frog’s trachea. we say that hollywood is superficially mired in its obsession with physical looks today (seriously, why has every on-screen cop since andy sipowicz been traditionally attractive?), but back then looks was all they had. looks, and the ability to brood on cue. gotta have that brooding glare. those eyes will look into your soul, rearrange the contents therein and leave you a changed person. this is sessue hayakawa, and he was causing hearts to throb before literally any other hollywood star. in his time – which began about a hundred years ago – he was as popular and beloved to audiences as charlie chaplin. born in tokyo, sessue broke down racial barriers before the paint had even dried on their walls. he refused any role that perpetuated schlocky asian stereotypes, and was thusly thrust into the spotlight when cecil b. demille cast him as the romantic lead in 1915’s the cheat. read more… author name: marty discussion: no comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 398: happy _____ day – february edition day 996: the greatest prank in the history of history “that putz, bolton. this will totally blow his mind.” the above may have been uttered between the cool gusts of sharp giggles at a gathering of the berkeley chapter of e clampus vitus, an organization designated either as a “historical drinking society” or a “drinking historical society”, depending on whom you ask. these are folks who are dedicated to the noble history of the american west, though they prefer to cozy up to their history with a frothy glass of smirk. call them deviant scholars, outlaw students of the distant past and the eternal spirit of yeeha. practical academics and impractical jokers. the brass plate left by sir francis drake near the bubbly pacific coast is little more than a whopping banana peel, left on the ground to trip up one unfortunate mark but soon elevated into an established part of the natural vegetation. the so-called plaque that signifies the terminus of european exploration across our happy little continent is a hoax, a forgery, a one-off gag that exploded into accepted fact. the lesson here is that history, for all her dates and names and oft-inexplicable motivations, can be a blast. especially when iniquitous historians with a smirking sense of humor mess it up on purpose. herbert eugene bolton was one of the most respected historians of american western expansion, the author of a now-commonplace theory that asserts that we should look at colonial expansion across all the americas holistically, rather than piece by piece. he was a brilliant man, the fantastic mind who established the bancroft library at the university of california, berkeley as the preeminent historical resource it is today. he was also a member of e clampus vitus. one would expect he’d have been on the lookout for shenanigans. read more… author name: marty discussion: 1 comment live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 402: the size of the wand day 995: little rivalry on the prairie newcomers to the city of edmonton inevitably have questions regarding our perpetual rivals to the south, or what has come to be known as the battle of alberta. they don’t ask me – i purposely sport a fanny-pack and 20 pounds of camera gear when i wander about the city so that tourists don’t talk to me – but they’ll ask somebody. the answer they’ll probably get is “hockey”, which is blatantly misleading and 100% wrong. edmonton and calgary have held a semi-snarly relationship for much longer than the history of professional hockey in either city. far from a rivalry of mere convenience (we are the only two major cities in the province), the battle of alberta extends to fundamental belief systems, to political preferential treatment, to bigotry, inclusion, and of course… money. which is truly the greater city? as a lifelong resident of edmonton, my honest answer is that i don’t care. both cities are gorgeous: they have the stampede, we have the continent’s most impressive fringe theatre festival. they have proximity to the magnificent mountains, we have an exquisite river valley. they are the economic home-base of the province, we have a gigantic mall. but enough of the niceness. let’s see how this got ugly. the battle of alberta extends for centuries before there was even an alberta over which to battle. the blackfoot confederacy was the political union among the blackfoot tribes who moseyed about southern alberta and montana, killing buffalo and living a northern version of the indigenous lifestyle of the american indian. up in the boreal forest that covered the northern half of the as-yet-undesignated province, the cree and their allies (known as the iron confederacy, making the history of this region sound like a bad-ass native version of game of thrones) lived a subarctic lifestyle, which involved trapping and fur-trading. read more… author name: marty discussion: no comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 799: poon adrift day 994: the game of milton bradley’s life i confess: i am but one week away from commemorating my 40th year on this planet, and i have yet to ever play the game of life. this is not due to some ethical or existential objection to simulating the course of one’s existence upon a square slab of cardboard, but rather due to my friends and i having spent our youthful recreation time with star wars toys and kindly ol’ super mario. i never got around to playing candyland either. as beloved as this board game may be, with its plastic minivans, its cruel cash-drains and generous paydays, buried deep within its roots is a transformative story. the original version of the game, concocted by mr. milton bradley himself, elevated the concept of gaming from prescriptive quests for moral elevation to a more practical and modernized measure of success. more importantly, it came packaged with choice. the game of life as we know it (well, as you probably know it, since i’ve never played the thing) features one early decision: go to school or get a job. after that, each soul is subjected to the whim of the spiteful spinner, suggesting that life is but a cavalcade of random collisions, and that we are always at the mercy of the fickle flick of fate. mr. bradley’s outlook on destiny was far more empowering. tracing the bradley lineage would suggest that a rather dreary definition of “life” could have taken center-stage in his outlook. the family tree was planted in america in 1635, and since then its bark shows the hatchet-marks of murder, indian attack, kidnapping, and at one point hot embers being poured into an infant’s mouth. when milton finally squeezed his way onto the planet in 1836, the bradleys were a little less prone to being butchered, but far from being economic titans. read more… author name: marty discussion: no comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 285: mr. special effects day 993: sexual selection in darwinian theory, or why you can’t get laid herbert spencer was the 19th century philosopher, scientist and all-around smart cookie who coined the phrase “survival of the fittest” after having read charles darwin’s on the origin of species. while some may argue each and every tenet of evolutionary theory (much to the exhaustion of everyone who actually knows a little something about science), we have come to realize that spencer was only half-right in determining which genes get promoted into the next generation. it’s also a matter of survival of the sexiest. sexual selection extends beyond the boast-worthy ability to fend off predators, gather food and shoot zombies with a crossbow. mate selection based on these factors certainly occurs, but the truth grabs many more hairs between its gnarled knuckles. so much of who we are plays into our subconscious exigency to be sexually selected. so if you’re finding your saturday nights have of late been more occupied by binge marathons of murder, she wrote than sweaty, carnal bodyslapping, perhaps you should turn to science to understand why. with a few tiny modifications to your being, you might just find yourself crotch-deep in sexual social butterflydom. you need to word good. humans – at least most humans – possess a far greater vocabulary than that which is needed for basic communication. it’s true – most of us know words like ‘dungarees’, ‘mellifluous’ and ‘woebegone’, but how often do we really need to use them? evolutionary scientists suspect we throw down this excess of verbiage in an effort to show off our intelligence to potential mates. this has been tested; we tend to spew a more flowery and profound lexicon when we’re in a romantic mindset. then again, some of us do it just to make a living. read more… author name: marty discussion: no comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 217: tough guys – the world of strongman athletics day 992: the john wilkes booth world tour when john wilkes booth was crouching in richard h. garrett’s tobacco barn, listening to lieutenant colonel everton conger’s orders to surrender, he decided to go out with a bang. he refused the surrender, then once the barn was lit on fire he took a bullet to the neck, delivered by sergeant boston corbett. he was dead by the break of dawn, less than two weeks after he had prematurely terminated the presidency of abraham lincoln in ford’s theatre. or was he? way out in the sprawling suburbs of historical perception there exists the notion that the man whose life was snuffed to a nub in that barn was actually a man named james william boyd, a confederate soldier who looked enough like booth that his body passed through ten pairs of identifying eyes (not counting the pair that aimed the gun that took his life), as well as an official autopsy. the composers of this theory also posit that the government knew about the mix-up and let it happen. because where is the fun in a murder without a deep and sinister government conspiracy? as for the “real” john wilkes booth… well, on the off-chance that this is all true, we can say with a relative certainty that booth was, in fact, this guy: one day in 1873, some eight years after the furor over the lincoln assassination had been pressed between the leaves of history, memphis lawyer finis l. bates met and befriended a liquor and tobacco merchant named john st. helen. it’s good to get to know the man who sells you booze and smokes, and bates was particularly taken by john’s ability to spout shakespeare from memory. the two became good friends outside the seller-consumer relationship. five years later, john st. helen was on what he believed to be his deathbed, profoundly ill. he confided in finis bates that he was in fact john wilkes booth. he asked finis to advise his brother, edwin booth, of his demise. then he recovered. read more… author name: marty discussion: no comments live on the edge of madness! check out another day's post... day 860: ethically steering the hypothetical death-trolley day 991: the subjective science of getting friendly with your water good morning, water. you look lovely today. the way you have meticulously extracted the energizing essence of those crumbly brown nuggets of sumatra in my coffee maker really brings out the glimmer in your droplets. look, i’m a married man, but if i wasn’t, i would totally be gettin’ up in dat aqua, you feel me? according to dr. masaru emoto, i may have just created a more healthy and vibrant cup of coffee. dr. emoto is a revolutionary oracle of scientific knowledge, inasmuch as he has concocted his own definitions of the words “scientific” and “knowledge”. dr. emoto has “proven” (and it’s hard to find a source for his work that doesn’t nestle that word between the comforting pillows of quotation marks) that positive energy makes water better. not better-tasting, not more nutritious or refreshing… just better. happier. more wholly fulfilled. dr. emoto unearthed that line where metaphysics and alternative medicine cross over into crazed lynchian fiction, then leaped across it like a doped-up olympian. he landed among the technicolor bobbles of the absurd, cultivated his own particular brew of ludicrous reasoning and slapped a price tag on it. and we bought in. oh, how we bought in. how could we not trust that sincere face? masaru emoto earned his doctorate at the open university for alternative medicine in india, though i feel “earned” should be yet another resident of quotes-marks manor, as i have unearthed a couple of sources which claim that such a degree can be bought for around $500. but dr. emoto’s doctorness is relatively moot, as he immediately set out to sail the vague ocean of alternative medicine, which contains far more fetid flotsam than it does navigable current. read more… author name: marty discussion: no comments live on the edge of madness! 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