Telepathic Telephones

Featuring live performances by Mike Nobody and Doogatron

MAY 13 2015

Unintentional Intentional Art in the form of
“Telepathic Telephones”

(A Detroit made movie!)
Telepathic Telephones

Wednesday, May 13 at 7:00pm

The Phoenix Cafe

24918 John R Rd.

Hazel Park, Michigan 48030

(248) 439-0334

for booking contact steve at:

http://www.artisnormal@yahoo.com
Hosted by

Archibald Chesterfordson III

Screening of “Telepathic Telephones”

The Detroit / Ypsilanti / Chicago made experimental sci-fi movie made by DEATH CAT.

Live music by:

Mike Nobody

Doogatron

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http://mikenobody.com/

Katrina’s Lessons Are as Important as 9/11’s

Originally posted on Mike Nobody:

Katrina’s Lessons Are as Important as 9/11’s

By Casey Gane-McCalla

Assistant Editor for BlackPlanet.com’s NewsOne

Last Friday was the 8th anniversary of 9/11. The previous week was the 4th anniversary of Katrina. While the media covered a lot of the 9/11 memorials, concerts and memories, it seemed as if the legacy of Katrina got very little attention. Both events have had a great impact on our country, but it seems as if politicians and pundits only learned something from 9/11.
I’d like to think that the lessons of 9/11 would be: Be extremely cautious about domestic terrorists, don’t train militant religious fanatics to fight your enemies, because they might come back to bite us and treat all threats against our country seriously.

While people in the media talk about the lessons of 9/11 very often, it is rare to hear pundits and politicians talk about the lessons of Hurricane Katrina…

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George Bush’s Gift To The World: The End of American Imperialism

Mike Nobody:

Still relevant!

Originally posted on Mike Nobody:

Published on Friday, January 30, 2009 by CommonDreams.org
George Bush’s Gift To The World: The End of American Imperialism
by David Michael Green

George W. Bush was unquestionably the worst American president in the two and a quarter centuries of the country’s existence.
After all, James Buchanan, the previous aspirant to the title, merely did nothing while the South seceded. Hah! You’ll have to do better than that, Jimmy, if you want to wear this crown!

Bush did far better, of course. It would appear to be the one thing in his entire life he actually worked hard at, and the one challenge he was able to meet successfully. This was an astonishingly destructive presidency, that’s true even despite the fact that we don’t really know much about his administration, because in addition to being the worst, it was also the most secretive ever. (I’m sure that’s just a coincidence…

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