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On "Orc," Thee Oh Sees' 19th Album, John Dwyer Makes A Statement

Orc is, if you can believe it, Thee Oh Sees’ 19th album.  Though it’s their first album under the name “Oh Sees.”  Whatever this is, however you count it or categorize it, John Dwyer has by now built such a confounding, amazing, gorgeous, pulverizing body of work there should be a monument to him just outside the Temple of Real Rock’n’Roll. 709 more words

Music

Violence: My Brief Junior High School Reflections

For many people, the 1950’s conjure up images of Rock-n-Roll, the Korean War, Sputnik, Jazz, “The Golden Age of Television,” and the sleek and classy cars.   522 more words

Musings

Yesterday and Today


Though no gardener tends

Even among the thistles

Your beauty shines

Just yesterday the white fence, posing as a trellis, was adorned with wild red roses, which it wore proudly as if poised for a June wedding. 200 more words

Poetry

My first post!

Hello and welcome to my first post on my first ever blog!

So I am sure you are all (all one of you, since this I guess only my girlfriend is going to be reading this!) wondering what this blog is all about and, more importantly, why I called it “The White Fence”? 472 more words

White Fence

One Winter Afternoon

Travelling around in the lower mainland of B.C. there are ample views of the Golden Ears Mountains in Maple Ridge, B.C. There are many opportunities for a photographer. 22 more words

B.C.