Monday, June 25, 2012

skeleton man

  Time lapse, the stages of life, flowed through Lohbado’s mind. He saw, in the blink of an eye, himself as a boy, as adolescent, as adult and suddenly middle-aged man, pushing sixty. Lohbado laughed at how one minute he was young and in the next, old.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

bardo zombie

The above zombie mutate escaped from the science laboratory of Lumpkins University, after repeated electronic attempts to replicate the human brain and implant it into a corpse. The corpse came to life, jumped off the table and ran away before the operation was finished.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

metro stop announcer's voice

“I’m a total nerd. I wake up in the morning to continue where I left off the day before. There’s no point even mentioning it, other than than to make a point of no point,” said Blair, a thirty-five year old office worker, under his breath, as he hurried to the metro.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Compost Guardian

Compost guardian is concerned about the state of the environment. His or her job is to remind people to not sell the future for short term wealth. Don't put pristine wilderness at risk. If one loses respect for the earth and denies the consequences of climate change, I don't want to be around to see what happens. This sounds like platitudes, until you consider it in the current context, when to speak about climate change and to protest against destructive exploitation of natural resources is to be considered a radical thinker. In the current context, it's normal to support the extraction of resources and to be good humoured while some people make a lot of money, while funding for cultural projects and social safety is cut. As Canada plans to become an energy superpower, it's a paradox to talk about cutting programs and destroying those things that increase quality of life.