Tangentially Speaking

372 – ROMA 32

By April 1, 2019 September 14th, 2019 5 Comments

In which I call out Gandhi, question the narrative of a recent Hollywood sex scandal, share some thoughts on hunting, and discuss my fear of becoming a douchebag guru.

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Music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; “Desert Land,” by Elena B. Williams; “El Jardin,” by Hermanos Guitierrez; “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress,” by Charlie Haden and Pat Metheny; “Rio Amazonas,” by Øystein Sevåg.

5 Comments

  • Cole says:

    Finally! Someone says what I’ve been thinking about this light and love and truth in the end! That supporting that sentiment "feels good," – you are right. It’s comforting bullshit! All through history, truth and love always won – yeah, right. That’s never worked for a majority of tribal peoples.

  • Nas says:

    Beautiful, reminds me of some kind of late night intimate radio station. Thank You 🙂

  • Mark DeCew says:

    I would love to hear an entire ROMA episode with your take on other careers killed by the #metoo movement.

  • Re. Gandhi, well… nobody inspires a nation by being a darn cynic 😉

    Secondly, the man was hugely influenced by the Theosophycal teachings of Madame Blavatsky and such, so maybe he believed that ultimately there’s a hidden hand guiding humanity toward a luminous future. A future that doesn’t come without a painful learning curve, which would coincide with Bruce Damer’s transcendental thinking.

  • JOE peeer says:

    Winning is just losing a bit less, but u still b a whiny loser.
    Ur mad arms race , ur crazy health industry all to never confront.
    Fighting a concept to grand to deal with… death
    U got all them guns cause ur scared shitless
    hell, u Americans cant even talk about fucking yet.
    thnk u mr ryan,,,,

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