Thomas
DeChastelain
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Feb 21, 2005 -- The past week saw yet another openly homo phobic, religious conservative, Alan Keyes, turn on his TV, only to find out that the fruit of his loins is a lesbian, in other words , one of "them".

-- Thomas DeChastelain


Feb 10, 2005 -- With Mel Gibson's ode to hard core S&M still garnering headlines, and the Easter Season coming upon us, it is time to put to rest the question that invariably gets asked at this time of year: namely: Who killed Jesus Christ?

-- Thomas DeChastelain


Dec 26, 2004 -- "Now settle down, settle down. Hell, I'm an old man, and it's early in the morning. I'm just gathering my thoughts here,"

-- Thomas DeChastelain


Dec 26, 2004 -- There are people out there who are wringing their hands, screaming that the sky is falling.

-- Thomas DeChastelain


Dec 26, 2004 -- In summary America is going to hell in a hand-basket. You will not even recognize her in four years.

-- Thomas DeChastelain


Dec 13, 2004 -- The hedonist poet William Blake once wrote, "If I do not want to become enslaved by a system, I must create my own."

This new section revolves around my effort to do just that. Now there is a saying that any philosophy that can be described in a nutshell is worth just as much, so I won't get into too many gory details at this time. The general theme will be the role of the erotic imagination in building an ethical society. Indeed to be a sexist oinker about the whole, what I am really talking about is the masculine erotic imagination

As you can imagine I will be getting into a lot of varied terrain. Be warned that for the first bit stuff will be coming out in a hodge podge fashion. There may be some formal essays but there may be just some short blog like comments and thoughts. Some stuff will likely be put up out of sequence as they come to me without the background necessary to understand where I am coming from.

I figure it may take a year or two before I have enough material to go back and reorganize in a "linear" fashion that argues my case coherently from A to Z.

Does it have anything to do with market analysis? No.

Why am I doing this? Because I can, and no one else will.

-- Thomas DeChastelain