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Coyote Musings
Coyote handsome
his coat the same brown
as the dust from which he rises

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What is the sound of one hand slapping Schroedinger's cat?

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The Quantum Duck goes "quark, quark."

September 2010
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Now, this is just silly...

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1969 - the Year of the Fifth Dimension

It was a year of unparalleled importance in the self-written cultural history of the baby-boom generation, but self-written histories are always to be mistrusted, particularly when written in the medium of movie and television sound tracks. While 1969 may indeed have been the year of Woodstock, it was also the Year of the Fifth Dimension, who joyously proclaimed the dawning of the age of Aquarius, but whose popstrological rise marked the dawning of the age of Lite & White. There are those who call the founding of the constellation Lite & White by a group of African Americans ironic, but be that as it may, the formation of that mighty constellation in the final year of the sixties bestows upon the Fifth Dimension generation an ability to find islands of blissful calm in times of trouble. And while the line between blissful calm and stifling staleness may be a fine one, it's a line that anyone born in a year that saw the rise of B. J. Thomas and Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head is destined to walk.

My Birthsong:
Jun 22-Jul 5 Henry Mancini Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet

And, just for the record:

"[…I]t is a central tenet of popstrological thought that there are no bad pop songs-there are only songs whose deeper meanings are, shall we say, less groovy to contemplate than others. The fact of the matter is that we don't get to choose many of the things that affect our lives profoundly. Did you choose your parents? Are they "cool"? One of the greatest mistakes you could make on your road to popstrological elightenment would be to take undue pleasure or pain in the "coolness" or "lameness" of your Birthsong or Birthstar. After all, if everyone born under a cool pop song were cool themselves, there would be a hell of a lot more cool people in the world, wouldn't there? Popstrology acknowledges that we all have within us the potential to be great and the potential to stink, but the process of unlocking your positive potential requires suspending your knee-jerk aesthetic judgments and opening your ears and your mind to the valuable lessons embedded in the musical forces that shaped you."

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