hacked wordpress functions files

Sep 24, 2014 / 0 comments

So I discovered hacks in three wordpress sites I maintain. One of them had a weird URL — it seems like the hack wasn’t well written and some bits of code were added at the end of the URL. Oddly though the site worked all right. I couldn’t figure out where it came from so…

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out of wack

Sep 15, 2013 / 0 comments

Only hawks or some such wide winged birds are gracing the sky. No small birds darting about the grass or between trees, the usual thing — didn’t see a single one. There’s deer, and I saw one bunny (but those aren’t visible in large numbers). Lots of bees (don’t know/don’t look to see if honey…

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shallow water on beach

sadly babes

Apr 9, 2013 / 0 comments

I heard an NPR radio report this morning about six emaciated youngsters found on the beach in California. Help was called and they were taken in a pickup truck to a nearby clinic. The clinic was only able to take the two most critical cases. Having been turned away, the other four were taken back…

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purple sky

the venus syndrome

Apr 2, 2013 / 0 comments

About my previous post on chemtrails scenarios, my friend A told me that he had never heard of the greenhouse catastrophe described as the venus syndrome. It reminded him of theories about how Mars may have once had an inhabitable atmosphere, which was burned away or destroyed by an event or a civilization there.

purple sky

chemtrails scenarios

Mar 17, 2013 / 0 comments

I heard about chemtrails only recently, M had pointed them out, and all I could think of was, “darn, so much for my organic garden,” but given that I’ve always suspected that like everywhere the soil, rain and groundwater feeding my garden

exterior wall

birthday pictures

Feb 5, 2013 / 0 comments

I took these pictures on my birthday, which was some time ago. No celebration, just looking out through the car window on my way to do some unpaid work, trying to fix things, sell the damn house. I am fully entangled in some kind of a social hack, where I don’t feel I own myself,…

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street trash

garbage out, garbage in

Jan 30, 2013 / 0 comments

In years past I used to pick random garbage from our yard, gathering on a regular basis an assortment of wrappers, plastic bags, styrofoam peanuts, etc., blown in by the wind or tossed in by passersby. I would leave any biodegradable stuff on the soil and place the plastics and co in a plastic bag…

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my new year’s photo

Jan 1, 2013 / 0 comments

This photo of me was taken on new year’s day. I’m sitting in a coffee shop at the Guggenheim museum facing others who look, well, who knows, more inspired than me? And actually not overexposed. But I cut them out to protect the innocent… OMG, maybe I should quit posting to this blog. I bore…

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Death of a guinea pig

Dec 20, 2012 / 0 comments

Upcoming dates notwithstanding (tomorrow, winter solstice/the Mayan prophecy; Tuesday, Christmas for which I bought nothing, feeling totally alienated from the whole idea of shopping for crap and horrified at the detrimental effects of the growth economy), today is the 10th anniversary of the death of our last surviving guinea pig, Molly (short for Molasses). She…

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street in snow

Darn, it’s snowing here

Nov 7, 2012 / 0 comments

Another storm upon us — again I paid no attention but suddenly looked out the window and saw that it was snowing. Darn.